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  • Disneyland is jeered over ride restyling

    Disneyland is jeered over ride restyling
    Disneyland's "Small World" will soon be getting a little more crowded. The Anaheim amusement park is planning to add iconic Disney characters to the anonymous international cast of the beloved 'round-the-globe boat ride. The idea has sparked outrage...
  • What kind of view will the Orlando Eye deliver when it's built?

    What kind of view will the Orlando Eye deliver when it's built?
    The giant observation wheel planned for International Drive is supposed to rival the world-famous London Eye. But will the view from an Orlando Eye rival the well-known panorama provided by its English counterpart? Turns out you can see almost everything...
  • Top attractions to see on your NYC family vacation

    Top attractions to see on your NYC family vacation
    Must-see sites Taking the kids to the Big Apple may seem like a daunting task, but New York is actually one of America's best cities for a family vacation. Almost every child knows something about New York from movies, books and television. This...
  • Water, water everywhere on Oasis' deck

    Water, water everywhere on Oasis' deck
    "Think of bouncing up and down in the back of the school bus," Scott Butler says. "Now think of 135,000 gallons of water bouncing up from a tank at the back of a ship that's a quarter-mile long. Even seas that don't seem that rough at all can send water...
  • 'The Last Olympian'

    'The Last Olympian'
    I've been an unabashed fan of the "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" series by Rick Riordan from early on. But one thing bugs me as I consider "The Last Olympian" (Disney/Hyperion: $17.99, ages 10 and up), the fifth and final book in the series: I am...
  • Majestic sleepover in Monument Valley, Utah

    Forrest Gump stopped running here; Thelma and Louise did not. Half a century ago, when advertisers conjured up the Marlboro Man as the personification of the American West's folklore of freedom and rugged individualism, Monument Valley was already the...
  • Andy Warhol's screen-test factory

    Andy Warhol's screen-test factory
    Master conceptualist and founding father of modern celebrity culture, Andy Warhol was also, for a spell in the 1960s, the most prolific filmmaker in America. From 1963, when he acquired his first camera, to 1968, when he was shot and nearly killed by the...
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  • Former mayor was 'always thinking of others'

    Former Laguna Beach mayor and businessman Charlton Phillips Boyd died Feb. 3 in Dana Point. He was 91. "Anyone who can live their lives the way 'Charlie' did and make it to 91 will have pr etty good lives," City Councilwoman Verna Rollinger said....
  • Judy Greer and company keep CBS' 'Mad Love' feeling fresh

    It's a time-proven format for romantic comedy: Balance the more or less conventional love story between one couple with a more volatile relationship between their best friends. Shakespeare used it brilliantly in "Much Ado About Nothing," where...
  • Up on the roof, where the drinks — and the Manhattan views — are fine

    Up on the roof, where the drinks — and the Manhattan views — are fine
    Heaven may be a little closer in New York these days, especially in Manhattan, where hotels' rooftop bars are among the best places to enjoy summer. A few are restricted to guests, such as those at the Surrey, the Trump SoHo and the Thompson LES, but...