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  • Construction to start on Universal Studios theme park in Beijing

    Construction to start on Universal Studios theme park in Beijing
    Construction is set to start later this year on a $2-billion Universal Studios theme park in Beijing, according to published reports. A park in Beijing has been under discussion for years, but details have remained murky. A spokesperson for Universal...
  • Interconnect helps you navigate Utah's best ski resorts

    Interconnect helps you navigate Utah's best ski resorts
    DEER VALLEY, Utah — Carving turns through light, puffy powder at just one of the resorts in Utah's Wasatch Range is plenty to write home about for most skiers. But to ski six of the state's premier areas in one day — linked by way of the...
  • Upgrades to La Caņada home must come down

    Upgrades to La Cañada home must come down
    A local couple will have to demolish several costly building upgrades made to their Greenridge Drive home without permits from the city’s Planning Commission, after losing an appeal before the La Caņada Flintridge City Council Monday night. The...
  • Howard County Briefs

    Career information Howard Community College will host a series of career information sessions to give students and community members the opportunity to learn about different career options. Each session will feature a panel of working professionals from...
  • Andrew Garfield Took the Batkid to Disneyland After Oscar Cancellation

    Oscar reps confirmed that the planned Batkid segment on March 2 was scrapped due to "logistics," and not due to any temperamental differences. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences issued a statement late Thursday morning saying, "Due to the...
  • Universal Studios to open theme park in Beijing

    Construction is set to start this year on a $2-billion Universal Studios theme park in Beijing, according to published reports. A park in Beijing has been under discussion for years, but details have remained murky. A spokesperson for Universal...
  • Disney Unveils Chinese Co-Prod Pact With Shanghai Media

    HONG KONG - Walt Disney Studios and China's Shanghai Media Group have unveiled a pact to co-produce feature movies. The deal will see U.S.-based writers team with Chinese writers and filmmakers to develop movie properties that are both Disney family-...
  • Wage hike should cover seasonal workers [Letter]

    Maryland's House Bill 295 includes a gradual increase in state minimum wage, bringing the wage up from the current $7.25 per hour to eventually reach $10.10 per hour in 2017 ("House votes to raise Maryland's minimum wage," March 7). The Sun's recent...
  • AT&T's new antenna system will boost cellular coverage at Walt Disney World

    AT&T's new antenna system will boost cellular coverage at Walt Disney World
    For a theme park that is one of the biggest and most-visited tourist destinations in the world, it’s not very often something small attracts a whole lot of attention at Walt Disney World. Sure, everyone loves to talk up the Small World...
  • Universal Studios: More Hogwarts Express details unveiled Friday

    Universal Studios: More Hogwarts Express details unveiled Friday
    Universal Studios will reveal more details about the theme park's upcoming Hogwarts Express experience on Friday, according to a Universal video posted to YouTube. The 30-second video shares mostly chug-chug-chug sound effects, a visual of train...
  • Review: What's old is old again for Disneyland's Big Thunder Mountain

    Review: What's old is old again for Disneyland's Big Thunder Mountain
    Only at Disneyland would they tear down an old and dilapidated gold mining town in order to build a new and identical gold mining town and make it look old and dilapidated again. "The goal was to bring it back to exactly the way it was," said David...