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  • Ellicott City, Columbia featured in Horticultural Society of Maryland annual tour

    Ellicott City, Columbia featured in Horticultural Society of Maryland annual tour
    The focus will be something old, something new on Sunday, June 1, when the Horticultural Society of Maryland hosts its 23rd annual Garden Tour, “From Manor to Modern:  Garden Design in Columbia and Ellicott City.” The tour, which runs from...
  • Belly up to bar for Florida history

    Belly up to bar for Florida history
    Too often, the nobility of tipping beers at a bar goes unappreciated, even on a leisurely Florida road trip. Wouldn't it be better to be out exploring the state's history at an old Spanish castle — or standing in line at a popular tourist...
  • Improv training, passion for city fuel tour guide's storylines

    Margaret Hicks says her training as a comedian has served her well in her new vocation: Chicago tour guide. Hicks runs Chicago Elevated, dedicated to walking tours, mainly around the Loop. There's the architectural tour, the disaster tour (think the...
  • Monorails? Only at Disneyland

    Why is it that every time a transit corridor like the Sepulveda Pass is discussed, someone brings up the "great idea" of monorails? ("Make drivers pay for HOV lane access," Letters, May 29) It has been proved through numerous studies over the years that...
  • National Aquarium considers whether to keep dolphins on exhibit

    National Aquarium considers whether to keep dolphins on exhibit
    The National Aquarium announced Wednesday that it is considering no longer having dolphins on exhibit, putting the popular Inner Harbor attraction at the forefront of a debate over whether keeping the animals in captivity is cruel. The aquarium is...
  • 'Sox vs Cubs': Rivalry as an exhibit

     'Sox vs Cubs': Rivalry as an exhibit
    First, a confession: I prefer the Sox, but if the Cubs are having a decent year, I'll root for them too. I know it's heresy to say so around here, but I'm mostly a fan of good local baseball, no matter whether the uniform is black and the ballpark...
  • 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...
  • No serious injuries in Annapolis tour bus crash, police say

    No serious injuries were reported following a crash involving a tour bus and two passenger vehicles Sunday afternoon in Annapolis. The crash occurred around 4:30 p.m. Sunday on a ramp from westbound Route 50 to Interstate 97, Maryland State Police said....
  • Disney Cruise Line heading back to Hawaii in 2015

    Disney Cruise Line heading back to Hawaii in 2015
    Disney Cruise Line is spreading its fleet back out from under the sunshine in fall 2015. The line, which had been basing all four of its ships in Florida during the winter sailing season will be bring the Disney Wonder back to Galveston, Texas as well...
  • Hotel with exclusive indoor water park is rising near Disneyland

    A big hotel with its own indoor water park is being built near Disneyland as a growing Wisconsin resort operator brings a new tourist attraction to Southern California. Construction officially started Wednesday on a $300-million woodsy-themed inn and...
  • Norwegian Cruise Line upgrading fleet

    Norwegian Cruise Line upgrading fleet
    Miami-based Norwegian Cruise Line said Tuesday it is spending more than $250 million through 2015 to enhance dining, drinking, entertainment and other aspects of its cruise product. The cruise operator said the "Norwegian NEXT" program, which includes...