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  • Stairway advocates' long climb at Fairview Park is nearly over

    Stairway advocates' long climb at Fairview Park is nearly over
    On a sunny afternoon, the wind swayed rows of caution tape in a dusty corner of Costa Mesa, where something as simple and seemingly benign as park access is finally being built after decades of struggling by advocates to win city approval. Bob Graham on...
  • Yachties turn filmmakers for Boat Show Film Festival

    Yachties turn filmmakers for Boat Show Film Festival
    And the "Oscar fish" trophy goes to … one of the luxury yachting crews whose short films are debuting at the Fort Yachtie Da International Film Festival. The stainless-steel fish sculpture, along with cash prizes, are at stake for the festival'...
  • Florida candidates talk tough on oil drilling

    Florida candidates talk tough on oil drilling
    Scores of concerned Floridians from all parts of the state converged on Naples earlier this month to deliver samples of polluted water to Gov. Rick Scott's beachside mansion. Their fear: An oil rush in Florida, especially in the Everglades, and the...
  • New concessions, bathrooms may be coming to Delray baseball field

    New concessions, bathrooms may be coming to Delray baseball field
    Delray Beach's Robert Miller Park is home to the city's Little League and youth baseball players. But it is missing some of the essentials that come with attending a ball game, including what "Little Fenway" was known for — a place to buy peanuts...
  • As Midterms Approach, Showbiz Figures Try to Focus Voters on Gun Laws

    While entertainment figures like Martin Sheen and Barbra Streisand have lent their names to support to midterm campaigns, there also has been a showbiz focus on specific issues, like gun violence. The latest are two spots directed by Mark Pellington,...
  • Another night, another blowout loss for the Lakers

    Another night, another blowout loss for the Lakers
    The calendar showed it to be late October, which was confusing, mainly because it felt like last February or March. You've probably heard this one before, but the depleted Lakers ran into a young, fast team and got crushed. The opponent Wednesday...
  • Steve Ballmer opens a new window as Clippers' enthusiastic owner

    Steve Ballmer opens a new window as Clippers' enthusiastic owner
    Steve Ballmer delivered many lessons this fall to the 80 students who squeezed their way into his much-anticipated class at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Never forget, the former Microsoft chief executive told them, that at the heart of...
  • No complaints of boredom here: The TradeWinds Island Grand Beach Resort on St. Pete Beach

    No complaints of boredom here: The TradeWinds Island Grand Beach Resort on St. Pete Beach
    Although it's an hour away from the theme parks in Orlando that they love so much, my kids were so taken with the TradeWinds Island Grand Beach Resort on St. Pete Beach that I'm surprised they let us leave. TradeWinds isn't about marble floors and...
  • Healthy aging requires knowledge and skills

    "Let the adventure begin" is the 2014 theme for Active Aging Week, set by the International Council on Active Aging for Sept. 21 through 27. This year the ICAA is highlighting foot health, walking including walking groups, falls prevention, bone health,...
  • Claws, Fangs and Fiends: Exhibit Traces History Of Horror Movie Posters

    Claws, Fangs and Fiends: Exhibit Traces History Of Horror Movie Posters
    NEW HAVEN — Whether severing limbs, cleaving skulls or just lurking in the dark, modern horror movie villains aren't nearly as charming as the screen fiends of yesteryear, Wes Davis says. "Monsters today, by and large, don't seem to have the...
  • Maryland needs more sunshine

    When legislation passes the Maryland General Assembly unanimously, it usually means that it doesn’t do much aside from make lawmakers look good. Such was the case with House Bill 658, which started life as an effort to make state government more...