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  • Child found alone in Towson hotel room

    Child found alone in Towson hotel room
    A child was found alone in a motel room in Towson Thursday morning around 8:30 a.m. The child, a 6-year-old male was taken to a hospital to be treated for severe malnutrition and was still in the hospital as of Friday afternoon. It is unknown when the...
  • Baltimore's Blaustein family among America's richest

    Baltimore's Blaustein family among America's richest
    Chump change it ain't. With a net worth estimated at a cool $2.1 billion, Baltimore's Blaustein brood ranks as number 108 on Forbes' magazine's list of the 185 richest families in America, worth a combined $1.2 trillion. The only Charm City clan to...
  • Guidelines for Freelance Writers

      Dear Travel Writer: Welcome to the cornerstone of what we do. What follows is the most important information contained in these several pages. The Los Angeles Times values honesty, fairness and truth. We understand the difficulties of the...
  • 8 guys on a motorcycle adventure to Alaska

    8 guys on a motorcycle adventure to Alaska
    Our quest was emblazoned on the T-shirts we were given before we left for Alaska: "8 men, 4 highways, 5 days, 865 miles." On motorcycles. We were a mixed group of Sunday motorcycle-riding friends. Roger and Rod, both 71, had been pals since high school,...
  • Seniors on the Go: Summer senior summary

    Seniors on the Go: Summer senior summary
    If you're a senior about to shove off on your vacation, here are a few notes on the current state of senior travel. AIRLINES. Forget any special senior deals. The only airline with meaningful senior fares is Southwest, and its senior fares are good deals...
  • Go Away With ... Bob Bowman

    Go Away With ... Bob Bowman
    Bob Bowman is the coach of the most famous swimmer in the world: Michael Phelps. While he won't confirm if Phelps will compete in the 2016 Olympics in Brazil, he says the two enjoy competition of another kind: horseracing. "Michael and I own some horses...
  • Pritzker family member passes on bid for Buffalo Bills

    Pritzker family member passes on bid for Buffalo Bills
     A member of the wealthy Pritzker family denied a media report that he and his wife are interested in buying the Buffalo Bills, an NFL franchise up for sale. Michael Vlock, in an interview with the Tribune on Monday, said he made “early inquiries&...
  • Aloft Hotels to introduce new robotic butler

    Aloft Hotels to introduce new robotic butler
    It's said to have the work ethic of Wall-E, the humor of Rosie from "The Jetsons" and the style of R2D2. It's name is A.L.O. and it will be making its official debut at Aloft Cupertino, owned by Starwood Hotels and Resorts, on Aug. 20 as the hotel's...
  • Hilton's digital reboot: Mobile check-in, check-out, room selection

    Hilton's digital reboot: Mobile check-in, check-out, room selection
    Feel free to snub the hotel lobby staff. Hilton Worldwide hotels announced a plan that by year's end will allow guests to use mobile devices to check in, choose the room they want and check out — all without any human contact. This won't all...
  • Santa Fe: Hotel deal for parents, $50 gift card for their college kid

    Santa Fe: Hotel deal for parents, $50 gift card for their college kid
    It's that time of year when kids are heading off or going back to college. One Santa Fe hotel wants to reward parents for making the drop off with a getaway package that includes a $50 gift card for their college kid. The deal: La Fonda on the Plaza...
  • Fight for civil rights played out along U.S. 40 in Maryland

    Fight for civil rights played out along U.S. 40 in Maryland
    Tucked inside the files at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston are State Department notes from the 1960s detailing racial discrimination along U.S. 40 in Maryland — and warning the president of its implications for the Cold War. One...