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  • Kaká to Orlando City deal in final stages

    Kaká to Orlando City deal in final stages
    The deal that will bring Kaká to Orlando City is in the final stages and has been agreed upon by all parties, according to reports out of Brazil, with only the finishing touches remaining. Kaká will opt out of his contract with AC Milan and sign with...
  • News to use: Travel tips and trips

    News to use: Travel tips and trips
    Here are some of the more interesting deals, websites and other travel tidbits that have come across our desk recently: CruiseBrothers.com has Bermuda cruises on Holland America Line in May and June 2015 priced from $799 per person double occupancy....
  • Kaka' signs deal with Orlando City, set to arrive in Orlando on Monday

    Kaka' signs deal with Orlando City, set to arrive in Orlando on Monday
    Kaka' has signed a contract to be Orlando City's first designated player and is set to fly to Orlando on Monday. The Brazilian star finalized the contract in the last few days, opting out of his deal with AC Milan and agreeing to a six-month loan with...
  • Pamplona bull run leaves 4 hospitalized

    Pamplona bull run leaves 4 hospitalized
    Four people were hospitalized Monday on the first day of Spain's San Fermin bull run, a daily race through the narrow, cobbled streets of Pamplona that forms part of the northern city's week-long festival. One runner was gored in the thigh while the...
  • Walking the 500 miles along Spain's Camino de Santiago de Compostela

    Walking the 500 miles along Spain's Camino de Santiago de Compostela
    Stepping quietly through the dimly lit 12th-century cathedral in the small Spanish town of Santo Domingo de la Calzada, I looked up to the ornate mausoleum in the rear and caught sight of something you don't usually well, never see in a church: two...
  • 2014 World Cup Group Stage superlatives

    2014 World Cup Group Stage superlatives
    The knockout rounds begin today at noon, but before we dive into the Round of 16, let’s take a look at some awards as they might stand through the group stages. Golden Ball: Given to the tournament’s top player, there are plenty of strong...
  • 'Buffalo' Bill Hillmann, author of bull-run guide, gored at Pamplona

    For the bulls, he was perhaps the most tantalizing of targets. "Buffalo" Bill Hillmann is considered the best young bull runner from the United States. He travels to Spain from his Chicago home every summer for the famous running of the bulls in...
  • The Great Bull Run: Why do people do it?

    The Great Bull Run: Why do people do it?
    There is a possibility of death, and of being trampled by a herd of bulls or a crowd of people. Then there's the adrenaline rush of running alongside 1,500-pound animals roaring past you at 35 mph. Running of the Bulls enthusiasts have walked that...
  • In Fells Point, Tapas Adela keeps the small plates coming

    In Fells Point, Tapas Adela keeps the small plates coming
    There are hot summer nights in Chesapeake country when you just don't feel like committing to anything. Staying in for dinner, never mind cooking it, seems unthinkable. But after a hard day of slogging through the sultry air, the idea of sitting down...
  • Cicero re-creates Pamplona bull stampede

    Cicero re-creates Pamplona bull stampede
    Eighteen 1,500-pound bulls, 90,000 tomatoes and a daylong food and music festival: Thrill-seekers don’t need to travel any farther than Hawthorne Race Course to get a near-Pamplona, Spain, experience. More than 3,000 people are registered for a...
  • Little-remembered Revolutionary War hero a step closer to citizenship

    Little-remembered Revolutionary War hero a step closer to citizenship
    Honorary U.S. citizens: Lafayette, Winston Churchill, Mother Teresa. And soon, perhaps, Bernardo de Galvez.  Legislation to make the Spanish hero of the American Revolution an honorary U.S. citizen cleared the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday, even...