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  • Bolton Church looking for crafters for September fair

    BOLTON - St. George's Episcopal Church is inviting crafters to rent a booth at the church's 39th annual Craft and Harvest Fair. The event will be held on Saturday, Sept. 27, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Parish Hall and on the church grounds at 1150 Boston...
  • Manchester Resident wins national award

    MANCHESTER - Lisa Berthiaume, past exalted ruler of Manchester Elks' Lodge No. 1893 and the Connecticut Elks Association's State Drug Awareness Program (DAP) chairman, was recently honored with the "Crystal Elk" at the 150th Elks National Convention...
  • Don't worry: Hotels want you to take the shampoo

    Don't worry: Hotels want you to take the shampoo
    Gone are the days of vacations turning into guilt trips, as it turns out hotels actually want you to take those little bottles of shampoos and lotion. Forbes delved into hotel science and spoke with officials from Marriott International and Starwood&...
  • REVIEW: Moody Blues' fans keep the faith, despite aging songs, performance at Musikfest

     
    The Moody Blues always was a thinking man’s band – far more loved for its mystical lyricism and orchestral arrangements than for the visceral impact of its music. The Moody Blues' Justin Hayward, left, and John Lodge at Musikfest Photos......
  • Man convicted 2nd time in 1983 slaying gets life in prison

    Man convicted 2nd time in 1983 slaying gets life in prison
    A man twice previously sentenced to death has been given natural life in prison for the 1983 murder and robbery of a tavern owner and the shooting of a waitress, according to prosecutors and court records. James Harris, 61, accused of killing Jesse...
  • A wider palette: More places to find drinks and art

    A wider palette: More places to find drinks and art
    Looking for other ways to simultaneously appreciate wine and art? Here are a few more picturesque night-life options. Bösendorfer Lounge Grand Bohemian Hotel, 325 S. Orange Ave., Orlando Downtown Orlando's most posh hotel bar isn't technically a...
  • What you see is not what you get

    What you see is not what you get
    ★★½ Last time I was in the building that houses Boca Landing, it was the rundown Boca Raton Bridge Hotel. It was built in 1976, and new owners took it over last year and spent $10 million on a renovation that has succeeded in bringing...
  • Effectiveness of North Shore tourism group debated in Glenview

    Effectiveness of North Shore tourism group debated in Glenview
    Amid declining hotel tax revenue, some Glenview officials recently debated the benefits of the Chicago's North Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau when they were faced with a proposal to renew the village's membership. The bureau, which was founded...
  • Orlando approves I-Drive mall and hotel project

    Orlando approves I-Drive mall and hotel project
    Orlando officials have approved plans for a massive hotel and shopping complex that, if built, would become the most prominent development on the north end of International Drive. The project, expected to cost between $300 million and $400 million,...
  • Rangers rookie Jake Smolinski savors big leagues after seven years in minors

    The life of a major league baseball player is, of course, as glamorous and cool as you'd expect. But a move to the majors doesn't magically change a minor leaguer's lifestyle overnight. Texas Rangers rookie Jake Smolinski can attest to that. He's been...
  • Salem's Secret Room A Treasure Of History

    For four generations, members of my family have walked through the doors of the Hawthorne Hotel on Washington Square in Salem, Mass., attending meetings of the Rotary Club or the Chamber of Commerce, stepping downstairs into the basement for teen parties,...