Google purchases Frommer's Travel. Google shuts down Frommer's Travel. Google sells Frommer's Travel back to Arthur Frommer. Arthur Frommer announces the continuing publication of Frommer's Travel guides.
Rachel Doyle scours the streets of Berlin in search of the city that served as Christopher Isherwood's muse.
Architectural critic Sam Lubell on a few modern masterpieces amid Paris's rich architectural heritage.
Poet Simon Armitage has published a travelogue, "Walking Home", about his journey down the Pennine Way, Britain's equivalent of the Appalachian Trail.
Google pulls the plug on Frommer's, leading Harry McCracken to ponder the future of the printed travel guide.