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  • Visit Newport hires P.R. director

    Caroline Rustigian-Bruderer will serve as director of public relations for Visit Newport Beach Inc., according to a news release. Rustigian-Bruderer, a Laguna Beach resident, has more than 20 years of experience, including managing her own independent...
  • Competition fierce for hospitals

    Competition fierce for hospitals
    We are about to find out if Orlando can pull off what no other market in the United States has accomplished: three top-tier destination children's hospitals. Nemours Children's Hospital is just 18 months from opening its doors, the final stretch of a...
  • Ryan Lochte wins top pro athlete honors at inaugural SPORTYs | Video

    WINTER PARK — Ryan Lochte entered 2011 wanting to show the world's swimming community that he still had room to improve. And he did that, winning five gold medals at the world championships in Shanghai. On Saturday night, the Daytona Beach native...
  • September 21: Fall travel guide

    Fall getaways Check out these great getaways for the fall, including a mouthwatering weekend at the NYC Food Film Festival and a "Dirty Dancing" themed stay at Mountain Lake Hotel. Harpoon Octoberfest If you can't afford the trip to Munich to toss...
  • Watson, 3 others commit

    Watson, 3 others commit
    Tom Watson, Corey Pavin, John Cook and Mark O'Meara have committed to compete in the 2011 Toshiba Classic, scheduled March 7 through 13 at Newport Beach Country Club. Watson, Pavin and Cook posted their best Toshiba Classic finishes in 2010, all placing...
  • Summer festivals in the Midwest

    Summer festivals in the Midwest
    Bicycles and balloons, football and films, garlic and golf — disparate things, for sure. But they're all at the heart of festivals and other special events that promise to make this summer interesting in the Midwest. Here's a sampling of what's...
  • Part 2: In Windermere, police Chief Daniel Saylor was just part of problem

    Part 2: In Windermere, police Chief Daniel Saylor was just part of problem
    Daniel Saylor wasn't Windermere's top choice for a police chief, but he was the least expensive. Already a police officer for the small town of 2,500, he was willing to take the job for $38,000 — $7,000 less than the top candidate was offered. In...
  • Friday @ 5: A cocktail to kick off the weekend

    Friday @ 5: A cocktail to kick off the weekend
    Today is National Iced Tea Day, in case you missed Lipton's widespread marketing campaign, or yesterday's Stew post documenting as much. And while we love a good Arnold Palmer (lemonade/iced tea) as much as anyone else, this is the cocktail column. So:...
  • Democracy reigns in majors these days

    BETHESDA, Md. — The U.S. Open long has billed itself as the most democratic among golf's major championships. The big names get reserved spots, sure — though they share the practice range with up-and-comers, amateurs, club pros and maybe a...
  • Langer, Haas on board

    If Fred Couples is to become the Toshiba Classic's first repeat winner, he'll have to do it against an elite field. Bernhard Langer and Jay Haas, who each have won a Classic title, have committed to this year's 16th annual tournament March 7 through 13...
  • Orlando remains a hot spot for golfers

    Orlando remains a hot spot for golfers
    Historically speaking, Orlando got a late start in golf. The sport didn't arrive in Central Florida until 1893, when English businessman Leslie Pell-Clarke had six holes carved out around the northwest shore of Lake Eola. It only lasted a decade or so,...