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  • Twin peaks define southwest coast of West Indies' St. Lucia

    Twin peaks define southwest coast of West Indies' St. Lucia
    SOUFRIERE, ST. LUCIA, West Indies - The Pitons dominate the southwest coast of St. Lucia. The twin volcanic spires are the iconic image of St. Lucia, the green hulking peaks rising from the sea side by side in dramatic fashion. Le Gros Piton and Le...
  • Cruise Port Spotlight: Easter Island, Chile

    Cruise Port Spotlight: Easter Island, Chile
    Remote, exotic, mysterious, mystical, Easter Island is also known as Isla de Pascua –meaning Easter Island in Spanish, as it was annexed by Chile – and as Rapa Nui in its Polynesian culture. It is, well, a Holy Grail type of place among the...
  • A forest of possibilities

    A forest of possibilities
    With nearly 800 miles of coastline stretching along two oceans, it's no surprise that more than a million surfers and sun worship-pers flock to Costa Rica to enjoy its fabulous beaches each year. But in addition to breathtaking white sands and emerald-...
  • Top 5 waterfall hikes

    Top 5 waterfall hikes
    With spring in the air, it's time to get off the couch and get outside. If you need greater motivation, we've found five trails that include outstanding water features, so you'll be inspired to get to the end and either take a dip or spot a rainbow....
  • PASSINGS: Alphonsus 'Arrow' Cassell, James Winner

    PASSINGS: Alphonsus 'Arrow' Cassell, James Winner
    Alphonsus Cassell Soca musician of 'Hot Hot Hot' fame Alphonsus "Arrow" Cassell, 60, a soca musician who won global fame with his 1982 hit "Hot Hot Hot," died Wednesday of complications from brain cancer at his home on the Caribbean island of...
  • Enjoying California's volcanic legacy

    Enjoying California's volcanic legacy
    The Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway yawns languidly for 500 miles from the southern reaches of California's Cascade Range to lower Oregon. The landscape is at once harsh and ridiculously beautiful, crafted by the alchemy of volcanic eruptions and the...
  • Mexico's 'Popo' volcano shoots glowing rocks

     
    Glowing red rocks were thrown from the top of the active Popocatepetl volcano at dawn Friday, producing more spectacular (and slightly frightening) images from the peak southeast of populous Mexico City. But authorities did not raise the alert level for a...
  • Mexico volcano spews gas, ash; authorities raise alert

     
    Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano has ramped up activity in recent days, spewing ash and gas and prompting authorities to raise the alert level for neighboring communities in the states of Mexico, Morelos, Tlaxcala and Puebla....
  • Head of airline barred from leaving Pakistan after deadly crash

     
    The Pakistani government barred the head of an airline at the center of a passenger jet crash that killed 127 people from leaving the country Saturday, as investigators stepped up their probe of the country’s second major air disaster in less than...
  • Bijou Phillips, Danny Masterson marry in Ireland, not Iceland

     
    Bijou Phillips and Danny Masterson are married. Actors Bijou Phillips and Danny Masterson have been dating for eight years and engaged for nearly three. After a volcano shot down their plans to marry in Iceland last year, they tied the knot in an Irish...
  • Gorilla trek [Journey to Rwanda]

     
    Sue Horton, Op-Ed and Sunday Opinion editor of The Times, is in Rwanda on a two-week Gatekeeper Editor fact-finding trip organized by the International Reporting Project. She is chronicling her trip on the Opinion L.A. blog. We were outside the......