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  • Korean flavors, techniques sparkle at Be-One Korean BBQ in Station North

    Korean flavors, techniques sparkle at Be-One Korean BBQ in Station North
    During the summer of 2012, Andrew Zimmern of the Travel Channel's "Bizarre Foods" shows descended on the Baltimore region to explore the food scene — including an illuminating visit to several Korean restaurants in Baltimore and in Howard County....
  • Tech review: Sling TV finally brings us ESPN, CNN without an expensive cable subscription

    This year, one of the big announcements at the Consumer Electronics Show came from the Dish network about its new streaming TV service aimed at cord-cutters. The service, called Sling TV, brings the live streams of a dozen pay TV channels to your phone,...
  • Let travel host Samantha Brown teach you all about cruising

    Let travel host Samantha Brown teach you all about cruising
    Hey cruise rookies, if you're nervous about going on your first cruise, Samantha Brown can help. She'll tell you what to expect, what's included and what's not included in a series of online videos you can watch anytime. The "Travel Channel" host...
  • Vietnamese community sets table for New Year's celebrations

    Vietnamese community sets table for New Year's celebrations
    Food is the foundation of many celebrations and New Year's festivities in any culture are no exception. With a little more than two weeks until the Vietnamese New Year on Feb. 19, the congregation of Orlando's St. Philip Phan Van Minh Catholic Church...
  • 'Magic Cabaret's' success is no trick

    'Magic Cabaret's' success is no trick
    It was, if not magic, at least a bit eerie, hearing a voice out of the past. The voice belonged to Jay Marshall, one of the great practitioners of the ancient art of magic. He has been dead since 2005. But it was possible to hear his voice and almost...
  • Sling TV: High-quality video streams, with some notable trade-offs

    Sling TV: High-quality video streams, with some notable trade-offs
    Dish Network's new Sling TV service, which starts rolling out this week, is an unapologetically niche product. If you're looking for a streaming video service that's a perfect substitute for cable or satellite TV, Sling TV isn't it. At this point, nothing...
  • Tour the Hawaiian abalone farm featured in Andrew Zimmern's food show

    Tour the Hawaiian abalone farm featured in Andrew Zimmern's food show
    If you’ve never seen abalone, celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern will show you some on a Hawaiian farm on his Travel Channel show airing Monday. But you can also see that farm in person -- and sample the shellfish -- if you're visiting the Big Island....
  • New ABC sitcom highlights Asian-Americans in Central Florida

    As a young first-generation Chinese-American growing up in Orlando in the 1990s, Eddie Huang felt like he never quite fit in. Huang was taunted at school for being different but firmly challenged racial slurs and stereotypes. The popular blogger and...
  • 'Eat,' Greenspan,' 'Chug' take small bites out of food genre

    'Eat,' Greenspan,' 'Chug' take small bites out of food genre
    There is no getting around food, the fun necessity, the allowable indulgence, the forgivable sin, and more than ever a national pastime. What is travel but going really far out to eat? Naturally, it is all over television, the programs, like the food,...
  • NASCAR landmark Streamline Hotel races to improve

    NASCAR landmark Streamline Hotel races to improve
    Can the Streamline Hotel, the once-gorgeous birthplace of NASCAR in Daytona Beach, reclaim its former beauty? That question hangs over the fifth season premiere of "Hotel Impossible," the Travel Channel series that takes an extreme-makeover approach...
  • M2 Pictures in downtown Hampton to host tours Friday

    M2 Pictures in downtown Hampton to host tours Friday
    M2 Pictures, a TV show production firm in downtown Hampton, is celebrating the grand opening of its new studio in the 100-year-old former post office building on Friday. The 8-year-old company produces shows for the Discovery channel, National...