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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'...
  • Neat, noisy and new at Universal Orlando Resort

    So you think you know Universal Orlando Resort? Spider-Man and Shrek sightings, Dr. Seuss rides that little ones love and the screaming Dueling Dragons and Incredible Hulk coasters that 'tweens and teens can't get enough of. Yes, that's all there. But...
  • Seating plan doesn't sit well with fans

    The Orlando Magic are on pace to renew over 90 percent of their current season-ticket holders for next season even as some longtime fans are upset with their seat assignments in the new downtown arena. The season-ticket renewal deadline passed on...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Christmas Tree Lane continues to glow in Altadena

    Christmas Tree Lane continues to glow in Altadena
    In 1887 along the San Gabriel Mountains, the community of Altadena launched with great promise to compete against mighty Pasadena to the south. Some wood and shingle houses by local architects went up, planted with showy flower gardens, but the hamlet...
  • On the Cheap: 'Rusty' the reindeer gets an inexpensive makeover in Seaford

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++ "On Prancer and Vixen, Donner and Blitzen, and ... Rusty?" That can't be, but when Sheila Majka of Seaford pulled out her reindeer display from storage, the holiday animals were showing definite signs of...
  • 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...
  • The Cat in the Hat's back -- with some neat science facts

    The sun did not shine. It was too wet to play. So we sat in the house All that cold, cold, wet day. Those lyrical four sentences sparked a revolution. Dr. Seuss'' start to the classic "The Cat in the Hat" created generations of readers. Before Theodor...
  • On Theater: Playhouse announces 2011 schedule

    For the second consecutive year, the Huntington Beach Playhouse will offer a season of new productions — not "new" in the chronological sense, but plays that haven't yet been performed in the history of the Huntington Beach theater, which dates back...