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  • Holiday travel guide to Orlando theme parks

    Holiday travel guide to Orlando theme parks
    Central Florida theme parks celebrate the holiday season dressed to the nines -- with 70-foot-tall Christmas trees, miles of garlands and millions of lights. Festive parades and holiday-themed entertainment add to the fun. With Christmas Day and New Year'...
  • San Francisco vs. San Diego: Which is the better getaway?

    San Francisco vs. San Diego: Which is the better getaway?
    Every year, millions of people find themselves craving a vacation from greater Los Angeles. Many of these people don't want to cross state lines or climb mountains or contend with deserts, rivers, lakes, waterfalls, redwoods, Gold Country or Mickey Mouse....
  • Taylor Momsen continues to open mouth, forget pants

    What time is it? Oh, just about a quarter past intervention. Once and future "Gossip Girl" star -- and current rock ingenue -- Taylor Momsen is spewing more nonsensical vitriol in her bid to be taken seriously and/or alienate fans. The Pretty Reckless...
  • 'What We Were Doing and Where We Were Going' by Damion Searls

    What We Were Doing and Where We Were Going Damion Searls Dalkey Archive Press: 102 pp., $12.95 paper What do André Gide, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Yasushi Inoue, Vladimir Nabokov and Tommaso Landolfi have in common? They are authors whose work inspired the...
  • In North Florida, remote Hanna Park is a crowning achievement of charm, congeniality and natural beauty

    If Hanna Park were a Miss America contestant, she'd be an American-as-apple-pie success story -- the athletic, sun-splashed beauty who comes out of nowhere, snares the vote for Miss Congeniality and stuns the crowd in the swimsuit competition. It's...
  • A very hungry caterpillar found a hungry readership

    People who Googled anything on the first day of spring this year were met with a particularly charming version of the search engine's logo. The Very Hungry Caterpillar, a beloved children's book character created by Eric Carle in 1969, crawled across...
  • Tips for a successful Baltimore family vacation

    - Baltimore has a lot of kid-oriented attractions all clustered around the Inner Harbor. - Baltimore is a walkable city. Wear your sneakers or walking shoes, head out and explore. A car is only needed if you plan on going much farther out. - Take a...
  • Ely's bears, wolves are waiting for you

    Ely's bears, wolves are waiting for you
    So it turns out July isn't hot, the rain doesn't have to let up by tomorrow, and bears aren't scary. These and other turn-everything-you-think-you-know-on-its-head lessons are courtesy of a recent trip to far north Ely, Minn., a town of about 3,700...
  • Word Play: Fairy tales retold

    Word Play: Fairy tales retold
    A hungry Fox spotted some grapes dangling plump and ripe from a vine overhead. Though he stood on his hind legs and stretched forth his long muzzle, he still could not reach them. As he slunk away he was heard to remark: 'Those grapes are probably sour...
  • A city slicker and a farmer in one

    A city slicker and a farmer in one
    There are certain phrases I never expected to utter in my lifetime. Things like, "Excuse me if I don't shake your hand. Mine's covered in horse urine." Or, to my son, "When you're finished with dinner, clear your plate and feed the scraps to the worms."...
  • 'Where the Wild Things Are'

    Truly, I am madly, deeply in love with the film version of "Where the Wild Things Are." Not since Robert Altman took on "Popeye" a generation ago, and lost, has a major director addressed such a well-loved, all-ages title. This time everything works, from...