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  • Tenants say Santa Monica Airport must operate until at least 2023

    Tenants say Santa Monica Airport must operate until at least 2023
    National aviation groups and Santa Monica Airport tenants, including actor Harrison Ford, filed a federal complaint Wednesday challenging the long-held position of city officials that the embattled airport can be shut down next July. Santa Monica...
  • Santa Monica Airport closure in 2015 challenged by tenants

     Santa Monica Airport closure in 2015 challenged by tenants
    Actor Harrison Ford, other Santa Monica Airport tenants and national aviation groups filed a federal complaint Wednesday, challenging the long-held position of the city that the embattled airport can be shut down in July 2015. Santa Monica leaders...
  • Mailbag: It is in Laguna's nature to save sewer digester tower

    The future of the historic sewer digester tower on Laguna Canyon Road will be under discussion at the Village Entrance workshop Wednesday. The restoration and reuse of the tower and the building attached to it — which now houses Laguna Beach Police...
  • Seniors on the Go: Summer travel, hotwire version

    Seniors on the Go: Summer travel, hotwire version
    This summer, you can look for hotel rates in the U.S. to be up some 7 percent over last year, airfares to be up only 2 percent, and car rental rates to be down 8 percent, if you buy now. That's the current finding from Hotwire, the big online agency...
  • Make your day on Catalina Island

    Very well done article on Santa Catalina ["Beyond Avalon," by Rosemary McClure, May 25]. Savvy visitors can also visit free of charge on Catalina Express on their birthday, which is a significant savings off the $74.50 fare. The only caveat is that you...
  • Meet the next building that will try to blow Silicon Valley's mind

    Meet the next building that will try to blow Silicon Valley's mind
    The architectural renaiassance in Silicon Valley seems to be still gathering steam. In a region not known for its notable buildings, tech companies and developers now seem intent on changing the region's drab image.  The latest entry in the valley's...
  • An empty vacation package from Expedia

    An empty vacation package from Expedia
    Gladys Martin's Expedia vacation package is missing two key components. Should she have to pay for its mistake? Q: I'm writing you about our problems with a vacation package we booked on Expedia to Tamarindo, Costa Rica. A few weeks before our...
  • Enjoying the great outdoors -- without roughing it -- in Florida

    Enjoying the great outdoors -- without roughing it -- in Florida
    For those who love to get away from it all to enjoy the great outdoors — but definitely prefer to do so without roughing it — there is a trend that is growing in popularity: “glamping” or glamorous camping. Here are some options in...
  • Rethink West Hartford Walgreens' Design

    Last week, West Hartford gave tentative approval to a redevelopment proposal that raises this question: Why would West Hartford — of all municipalities — approve a highway-strip type project at the principal urban gateway to the town? Its...
  • Renting a car for your European trip

    Renting a car for your European trip
    Even with Europe's super-efficient public transportation system, there are times when it makes sense to rent a car. Having your own wheels is ideal for getting to more remote or rural places (that aren't covered as well by public transportation): England'...
  • Windsor Woman Poisoned Multiple Tenants Of Her Home For The Elderly

    Windsor Woman Poisoned Multiple Tenants Of Her Home For The Elderly
    For a fee, Amy Archer-Gilligan promised to care for the elderly tenants of her Windsor home until they died. Some inmates, as tenants at the time were called, paid a flat sum of $1,000 for life. Some arranged to leave their estates to Archer-Gilligan....