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Recreational and Sporting Goods Industry

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  • Murder Mystery Dinner moves to Village Gym

    Wellington's fun and interactive twist on dinner theater – Murder Mystery Dinner theater – is returning to the village on Sept. 27 with a smaller, more intimate venue. Parks & Recreation director Bruce DeLaney said that for the first time the...
  • Universal Studios Hollywood unveils Halloween Horror Nights 2014 mazes

    Universal Studios Hollywood unveils Halloween Horror Nights 2014 mazes
    Year in and year out, Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood is the best haunted theme park event in Southern California and quite possibly the country. For that reason, I hold Universal Studios to a higher standard when the movie...
  • SeaWorld to expand killer-whale habitat at its parks

    SeaWorld to expand killer-whale habitat at its parks
    Wounded by controversy over keeping killer whales in captivity, SeaWorld Entertainment is embarking on a pricey project designed to give its orcas more room to roam. The company said Friday it will nearly double the orca habitat at its three SeaWorld...
  • Sunday's Bulletin Board

    Sunday Back to School Bash & Kids Lunch Giveaway, 1 to 3 p.m. at Whole Foods Market, 810 University Drive, Coral Springs. Free. Call 954-753-8000. Big Sky Concert, 7 p.m. at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, 5550 NW 40th St. Free. Call 954-977-6700....
  • European steeplechase winner disqualified for shirtless celebration

    Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad of France won the 3,000-meter steeplechase event at the European track and field championships on Thursday but was eventually disqualified for his homestretch celebration, which included taking off his shirt. Originally the...
  • Southeast residents to council: We need a grocery store

    More than 50 Southeast Community residents attended Tuesday's City Council meeting to express their desperate need for a grocery store in that part of town, which is now considered a food desert. Several people asked council members to do anything they...
  • Closing time: Disney moves up end date for American Idol Experience

    Closing time: Disney moves up end date for American Idol Experience
    Disney World will close its American Idol Experience at Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park earlier than previously announced. The last day for the attraction, based on Fox's television singing competition, will be Aug. 30. In June, Disney said the...
  • 23 ways to stay cool at Magic Kingdom

    23 ways to stay cool at Magic Kingdom
    The heat is still on for Central Florida theme park visitors.   We are nearing the season where many choose to visit Walt Disney World because the parks are less crowded, but the temperatures will remain higher than desired for weeks after the...
  • Like an old soldier maybe the Redskins mascot will slowly fade away

    Neil Cavuto, a broadcaster with the Fox Business Network, can't be blamed for looking askance at the decision by the U. S. Patent and Trademark Office for cancelling the Washington professional football team's ownership of the name "Redskins" and the...
  • Remembering the day Fabio got goosed at Busch Gardens

    Remembering the day Fabio got goosed at Busch Gardens
     This is not a funny story. A person gets hurt. An animal gets killed. And lots of people get spatterd with blood.  Except that it is funny, just on the sheer improbability of the details.  In honor of National Roller Coaster Day on Saturday, we...
  • Say cheese! It's almost time for Cheese Days

    Say cheese! It's almost time for Cheese Days
    Bill Ross is a longtime Wisconsin mayor who works for the dairy industry and writes murder mystery novels. The setting for his newest release, "Love's Obsession," is Monroe: population 10,800 and his city of governance. The crime happens on the town...