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Interview: Comedian David Morgan

The I’m a Celebrity… Get me Out of Here! Now! presenter has had audiences rolling in the aisles all over the world. He talks to High Life about expats in Thailand, plane break-ups and describing Noel Edmonds to a European audience

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Keith’s Connections: Los Angeles

This month, BA's executive chairman shares his thoughts on LA

Comedian Darren Walsh’s top ten travel puns

He won Dave’s Funniest Joke of the Edinburgh Fringe in 2015. Now the comedian is making High Life groan with his top ten travel puns

The High Life New Talent Awards winner 2016: Oli Rahman on Tokyo

Read High Life New Talent Awards winner Oli Rahman's entry, as chosen by BBC World Affairs Editor John Simpson

London pride: American place names

Why are the names of American towns often oddly familiar? British journalist Nicholas Lezard finds out

Eight of the world’s quirkiest museum collections

From voodoo dolls to ramen noodles, here are some of the most unusual collections the world has to offer

The boa veterans of Las Vegas

Every year, the legends of the burlesque world convene in Las Vegas, many of whom are the former stars of the original scene 40 years ago. Kate Salter meets the women who are still spinning their tassels (and more) in their 60s, 70s and even 80s

The story of the Bronx

In recent years, the Bronx's status as an outsider district has been threatened by gentrification. Now, as Baz Luhrmann’s new series, The Get Down, explores its past, Zach Udko considers the future of New York City’s northernmost borough

Interview: British NBA player Luol Deng

A political refugee from a war-torn country, Luol Deng’s rise to the top of professional basketball has been one of the most remarkable in the sport’s history. Faris Mustafa meets this giant of the court

High Life Entertainment guide: February 2016

Your guide to the very best inflight entertainment onboar British Airways' flights this month – from Jonathan Ross’ review of The Big Short to Ellen E Jones on Adele’s impeccable talkshow etiquette

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50 States in 52 Weeks: Road tripping from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon

While visiting Las Vegas and Grand Canyon National Park back-to-back makes for a memorable holiday, guidebook author Alan Rider says the road trip between them can be half the fun

50 states in 52 weeks: Thanksgiving traditions in Alaska, Iowa, Kentucky and West Virginia

Not all Thanksgiving holiday celebrations are just about parades, pies and presidential turkey. Jessica Teas looks at how four states celebrate in very unique ways

50 states in 52 weeks: why Delaware is the craft beer capital of the USA

Despite being the nation’s second-smallest state, Delaware is carving out a reputation as a craft beer capital in the USA. Local writer Danielle Bouchat-Friedman reports on what’s brewing

50 states in 52 weeks: road tripping Utah’s ‘Mighty Five’ national parks

With wild and rugged canyons, dramatic red rocks and camera-ready sunsets, Utah is hard to beat for a scenic road trip. Bob Howells gears up for a tour of the state’s big five national parks

50 states in 52 weeks: Wyoming and North Dakota

Often overlooked in favour of their more famous neighbouring states, Wyoming and North Dakota still have plenty of charm, from historic hotels to wild landscapes. Robert Reid hits the road

50 states in 52 weeks: highlights of a road trip along the Mississippi Delta

Mississippi native Holly Whitfield shares her favourite stops on the Mississippi Delta — aka the most Southern place on earth

50 states in 52 weeks: eat and drink the world in Alabama’s Pepper Place

Birmingham, Alabama might be best known as the cradle of the US civil rights movement, but today, top chefs are cooking up a new image for the Magic City by blending a farm-to-table ethos with international sophistication — and nowhere more so than Pepper Place. Local writer Eric Velasco takes a seat at the world’s table

50 states in 52 weeks: Hawaii for food lovers

Forget Spam: thanks to a new wave of creative chefs and a renewed interest in culinary traditions, Hawaiian cuisine is quietly undergoing a hip resurgence, both at home and abroad. Deborah Dunn eats her way around Oahu, the islands’ foodie epicentre

50 states in 52 weeks: Nebraska’s live music scene

Nebraska inconceivably became the epicenter of the indie music world in the early 2000s, thanks to three homegrown bands making waves nationally. But you can still catch great live music in its big cities today. Omaha-based music writer and blogger Tim McMahan gives us a lowdown on the scene