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  • SeaWorld reports latest drop in attendance amid Blackfish controversy

    Amid ongoing controversy over its killer whale shows, SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. reported a 13% drop in attendance for the first three months of the year. The attendance numbers were included in a notice to the Securities and Exchange Commission that...
  • Dead callers, the Talking Pole and other bloopers

    Today's bloopers column includes an attempt to make amends for a blooper of my own. I misfiled one of the responses to my Looove Connection inquiry about people's winter romance stories, inadvertently sticking it in my file for Grammar Police and...
  • Carnival Corp. posts $106 million profit in fiscal second quarter

    Carnival Corp. posts $106 million profit in fiscal second quarter
    Miami-based Carnival Corp. & PLC on Tuesday reported better-than-expected fiscal second quarter earnings due partly to less impacted revenue yields and lower costs. The world's largest cruise company's net income increased 158 percent to $106 million,...
  • Tour the Amazon via kayak

     Tour the Amazon via kayak
    Many trips to the Amazon tend to be based on very small ships (actually more like large boats). Tofino Expeditions is offering a new twist with a nine-day kayaking exploration of the iconic river system. Accompanied by a naturalist and aboriginal guides,...
  • Romeoville man dies on cruise ship

    Romeoville man dies on cruise ship
    A Romeoville man died on a cruise ship during a vacation last month, family members confirmed Monday. John Perricone, 29, was on a Carnival Cruise Lines ship near Cozumel, Mexico, when he fell ill on Feb. 19, according to his father-in-law, Lee Forseth....
  • Five questions for Carnival cruise executive Terry Thornton

    Five questions for Carnival cruise executive Terry Thornton
    When Carnival Cruise Lines decided to leave Baltimore last summer, saying the port had become too expensive because of environmental regulations, it was with substantial regret. The world's largest cruise line regularly filled its Carnival Pride cruise...
  • Rock Hall of Famer Darlene Love conquers all

    Rock Hall of Famer Darlene Love conquers all
    This week Oprah Winfrey announced that her OWN network’s first scripted TV movie will be a treatment of the memoir “My Name Is Love: The Darlene Love Story." This is a cherry on the top of a lot of recent good fortune for Love, who will...
  • Mexico: Disney cruises to return to Baja; Carnival to revisit Mazatlan

    Mexico: Disney cruises to return to Baja; Carnival to revisit Mazatlan
    Suddenly Mexico has returned as a hot cruise destination. Disney Cruise Line comes back to the West Coast for Baja cruises from San Diego in fall 2015. Also, Carnival Cruise Lines resumes its seven-day itineraries to Mazatlan starting in October. Disney...
  • JaxPort, Carnival Cruise Lines ink new deal for more service out of Jacksonville's terminal

    JaxPort, Carnival Cruise Lines ink new deal for more service out of Jacksonville's terminal
    JaxPort has ensured the cruise industry will be sticking around a while longer with a new agreement reached a decade after Carnival began sailing out of the First Coast. JaxPort and Carnival Cruise Lines inked a deal to extend service out of the...
  • Carnival to spend $400 million to cut cruise ship pollution

    To meet caps on air emissions, Carnival Corp. has announced plans to spend $400 million to install technology to reduce pollution generated by its cruise ships. Miami-based Carnival, the world's largest cruise company, announced Thursday that it will...
  • Carnival expands sulfur 'scrubber' technology to more ships

    Carnival Corp. & PLC — the world's largest cruise company — is investing up to $400 million to expand innovative exhaust gas cleaning systems aboard more of its ships aimed at reducing sulfur emissions. The environmentally-friendly systems...