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  • Apps for travelers: Don't leave phone without them

    Temperatures are climbing and your duffel bag beckons — it's time to start your summer travel. This year, more people are venturing away from home too. In a survey last month by American Express Travel, 45 percent of travel agents report that...
  • Working mothers, double standards and what bugs me about Tina Fey

    There are two reasons that American women continue to be obsessed about balancing motherhood and work in a way that most American men are not. First off, biology: Until men can get pregnant, give birth and lactate, there is never going to be a day where...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hartford County Private Gardens Open To The Public

    On Saturday, Sept. 6, the public is invited to tour three private gardens in Canton and Glastonbury through the Garden Conservancy's Open Days program; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission to each garden is $5, the Open Day is rain or shine, and no reservations...
  • Bitcoin ATM builder takes aim at traditional financial services

    In a makeshift office — a living room crowded with desks, monitors and a beanbag chair — a handful of programmers are hacking away on computers, aiming to make their mark on the multibillion-dollar financial services industry. This condo...
  • Financial advisers who act as travel concierges

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Financial advisers at Morgan Stanley, one of the world's largest securities brokerages, do not typically arrange clients' European vacations. But when an ultra-high-net-worth client was planning a family meeting in Tuscany, Deanna...
  • A newsstand where the world still unfolds as print fades to black

    A newsstand where the world still unfolds as print fades to black
    A red truck pulls into an empty parking lot off Fairfax Avenue just before 6 a.m. René Portillo gets out in a rush and heads to a blue shoe box of a building wearing a message in faded paint: "THE NEW YORK TIMES Expect The World." To the right, a...
  • 10 freebies and dining deals: Bagels, paninis, ribs and smoothies

    10 freebies and dining deals:  Bagels, paninis, ribs and smoothies
    Use my roundup of coupons for freebies and meal deals so you can get more bang for your buck over the long July 4th weekend. Bobby Rubinos: $20 meal deal for two at the Pompano Beach restaurant includes a loaf of onion rings, two babyback ribs and/or...
  • Restaurant review: Firebirds in Orlando

    Restaurant review: Firebirds in Orlando
    Firebirds Wood Fired Grill has opened in Orlando's Mills Park. The upscale-casual restaurant serves lunch and dinner and features aged beef, fresh seafood, chicken and ribs seared over local hickory and oak. At first glance the restaurant has a feel...
  • Restaurant review: Food, music just right at Ginny's Bistro and Wine Bar

    Something transformative happens when there's a duet of live music and a good meal. Dinner at Easton's Ginny's Bistro and Wine Bar proves that. At this intimate restaurant, with its dozen or so tables, we got up close to jazz singer Carol Broughton...
  • Restaurant review: Bistro CloClo in Orlando

    Restaurant review: Bistro CloClo in Orlando
    Bistro CloCo has added a taste of France to the international dining mix along Orlando's Restaurant Row. French chef Julien Bouchet and Orlando consulting chef John Tan worked with chef de cuisine Alvaro DelBusto to create a classic French menu with...
  • Group home for disabled children struggled to provide adequate care

    Group home for disabled children struggled to provide adequate care
    The recent death of a 10-year-old disabled foster child at an Anne Arundel County group home was just the latest in a series of problems at LifeLine, the state contractor that has been paid millions in taxpayer funds to care for "medically fragile"...