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  • Dog-friendly luxury hotels in Southern California go gourmet

    Dog-friendly luxury hotels in Southern California go gourmet
    Oh, the joy of being a dog. Especially a dog with wealthy parents, um, I mean owners. More than a decade has passed since luxury hotels began throwing welcome parties for platinum-card-carrying pet owners . But with pets a $50-billion-a-year industry,...
  • Remembering Harold Ramis: He always made me smile

    Remembering Harold Ramis: He always made me smile
    What I will remember most about Harold Ramis is his smile — always there in his work, ever playing across his face. Even when the writer/actor/director was trying to look serious, his eyes twinkled and a grin tugged at the corners of his mouth. As...
  • Cool escape to Devil's Millhopper in Gainesville

    Cool escape to Devil's Millhopper in Gainesville
    With Halloween around the corner, it's fitting that this week's destination has a bit of the devil in its history. Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park (floridastateparks.org/devilsmillhopper), just a few miles northwest of Gainesville, is a 120-...
  • Disney's Animal Kingdom hosting Earth Day celebration

    Disney's Animal Kingdom hosting Earth Day celebration
    Earth Day is April 22, and Disney's Animal Kingdom park will be celebrating with its annual Party for the Planet event.  This year's celebration will teach guests what they can do to make their backyards wildlife-friendly, as well as ways to connect...
  • Pet of the Week

    Pet of the Week
    When these kittens were just days old, the people at Community Animal Network thought they looked like tiny little bears, so we nicknamed them The Three Bears. The three sable (brown-black), bottle-fed kittens now are named after well-known bear...
  • 7 things to do with the kids in South Florida this weekend

    7 things to do with the kids in South Florida this weekend
    Parents poking around for things to do with their kids are a diverse lot.  So smores and mimosas and Legos and mooncakes and soccer and golf  and Tinker Bell and Olivia Newton-John in leather …  It’s all good. MOVIE NIGHTS The funky and...
  • Theater review: 'Spamalot' from Moonlight Players

    Theater review: 'Spamalot' from Moonlight Players
    It takes some daring on the part of a community theater to tackle a musical in which a character mockingly describes Broadway actors as "people who can sing and dance … often at the same time." But the Moonlight Players have given their all in...
  • Review: 'Herb & Dorothy' do the math

    Review: 'Herb & Dorothy' do the math
    Megumi Sasaki's follow-up to her first documentary, 2008's "Herb & Dorothy," is as engaging and unpretentious as its subjects, the Manhattan couple who became unlikely benefactors of Washington, D.C.'s National Gallery of Art. "Herb & Dorothy 50x50"...
  • Nick Offerman on books and his new memoir, 'Paddle Your Own Canoe'

    Nick Offerman on books and his new memoir, 'Paddle Your Own Canoe'
    Nick Offerman, the man behind the best mustache on "Parks and Recreation," knows how to satirize machismo, but his home woodworking shop is no joke. Offerman's turn as Ron Swanson has introduced him to TV audiences, but his very funny new memoir,...
  • Surf dogs get their day

    Surf dogs get their day
    Brian Koerner wished he could be surfing with his dog Banana every day, but he found too few opportunities after moving to Colorado. But when the 38-year-old Westminster native received an email about the fifth annual Surf City Surf Dog competition in...
  • Panda enthusiasts find shutdown hard to bear

    Panda enthusiasts find shutdown hard to bear
    They had come a long way to see the giant pandas. Several thousand miles, in fact. But when Muscovites John Boyko and Corina Naraevskaya strolled up leafy Connecticut Avenue to the entrance of the National Zoo Tuesday, they were confronted with a locked...