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  • Thursday Morning Reads: Valle execution, primary angst,

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Welcome to your Thursday Morning Reads, where we will try to facilitate your caffeine-addled quest for information on Florida politics and policy-making. Yes, we're really swimming in thoughts about last night's baseball history-...
  • Florida Chamber unveils wish list

     
    TALLAHASSEE– The Florida Chamber of Commerce unveiled a legislative wish list at a press conference Thursday morning at the capitol. The state's most powerful business lobby has a tendency to get what it wants, with lawmakers approving 31 out of...
  • Nirav Tolia launches Nextdoor, private social network for neighbors

     
    Do we need a Facebook for neighbors? Nirav Tolia says we do. He's the founder and chief executive of Nextdoor, a free private social network for neighborhoods across the country that launched Wednesday....
  • Whose hotel reviews do you trust?

    A recent ad directed to the industry -- and maybe consumers, as well -- asks whether travelers are better off trusting hotel reviews compiled by "expert travel writers" or by ordinary travelers who may not have a clue about evaluating hotels. The ad was...
  • Outwitting hotels' maximum occupancy rules

    Outwitting hotels' maximum occupancy rules
    Although he sometimes feels "a little dishonest" about it, Jeremy Reed says he doesn't have much choice: With seven children, from an infant to a teenager, and on a limited budget, he often reserves only one hotel room when he's on vacation. A big room....
  • Allure of the Seas review: It's got character(s)

    Allure of the Seas review: It's got character(s)
    They are identical twins, and as is so often the case, you may have to ask their parents how to tell them apart. Oasis of the Seas has the Seafood Shack; Allure of the Seas has Rita's Cantina. Allure features performances of Chicago: The Musical; Oasis...
  • 5 common travel mistakes -- and how to fix them

    5 common travel mistakes -- and how to fix them
    Waiting. That's the worst mistake a traveler can make these days. It's what Femi Adenuga did after buying tickets for his parents to fly from Lagos to Pittsburgh through Travelocity. "A week after the purchase, while e-mailing the itinerary to my dad, my...
  • How to get the best deal on that hotel room

    When it comes to booking a hotel room, the system often favors consumers. "It's not like going to the store and buying a can of tuna," says Scott Smith, an instructor at the Rosen College of Hospitality Management at the University of Central Florida....
  • A bad economy adds up to good vacation deals

    A bad economy adds up to good vacation deals
    Talk about fireworks. In a burst of post-Fourth of July sales, Southwest Airlines turned the clock back with 1990s fares, a major hotel group extended a free-nights deal and luxury cruise lines pitched high prices overboard. With many bargains good...
  • 10 secrets airlines don't want you to know

    10 secrets airlines don't want you to know
    Travel is great – only problem is, you usually have to fly to get anywhere good. And that can be a drag. Here are 10 tips that can make that trip easier, more comfortable and just all around better, from Cook- American Express Travel in New York....
  • Are travel Web sites really different?

    Are travel Web sites really different?
    A traveler booking a night at the Ft. Wayne Marriott hotel on Aug. 19-20 may get a surprise when checking prices online. There are only two possible prices. Expedia, Orbitz, Priceline, Travelocity and Cheaptickets.com uniformly quote $149 before taxes....