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  • Natural wonders of Panama City Beach

    Natural wonders of Panama City Beach
    I've been on enough whale-watching or dolphin-spotting outings to know not to expect much. "There's a minke whale at 11 o'clock," a voice will announce excitedly over the boat's PA system. I and everyone aboard rushes to the rail, looks at 11 o'clock...
  • Big Cap tips its hat to Seabiscuit on 75th anniversary of stirring win

    Big Cap tips its hat to Seabiscuit on 75th anniversary of stirring win
    Seventy-five years ago when they ran the Santa Anita Handicap the attendance was 68,525, plus George O'Bryan. It is fair to say that all 68,526 had come to watch Seabiscuit run. It was 1940. There were still remnants of the Great Depression. There was a...
  • Camping at Sebastian Inlet a getaway to recreation, paddle sports, wildlife

    Camping at Sebastian Inlet a getaway to recreation, paddle sports, wildlife
    As winter morphs into spring and snowbirds migrate north, campgrounds around the state start emptying out, providing opportunities for an outdoors escape before the wrenching humidity of summer bakes the landscape. The Sebastian Inlet area has long been...
  • Artist hand-carving canoe at gallery

    Artist hand-carving canoe at gallery
    The ax falls time and again, kicking up the cedar-smelling chips. Passersby pause to watch through the front window of Fort Lauderdale's Upper Room Art Gallery, witnessing a Seminole dugout canoe come to life before their eyes. But traditional...
  • Allentown's Agri-Plex hosts Lehigh Valley Sportsman Show

    Allentown's Agri-Plex hosts Lehigh Valley Sportsman Show
    Josh Day likes coming back to the Lehigh Valley. The Parkland High School graduate owns and operates Wack'em Guide Service in Pulaski, N.Y., specializing in drift boat fishing on the Salmon River for steelhead, monster brown trout, and of course, the...
  • Duke Kahanamoku Beach Challenge set for March 15

    Duke Kahanamoku Beach Challenge set for March 15
    Honolulu visitors on March 15 can enjoy sporting activities in the water and on the sand while soaking up the sun along Waikiki Beach during the 30th annual Duke Kahanamoku Beach Challenge. Admission to the event, named for the legendary surfer, is...
  • Midwest events

    Midwest events
    Illinois March 27-29: Galena Wine Lovers Weekend. This popular annual event includes grand tastings, with the opportunity to sample 300 types of wine and spirits. There are also celebrity chefs and wine-inspired dinners. Advance purchase of grand...
  • Farmington, Embracing Religion, Education And Shopping

    Farmington, Embracing Religion, Education And Shopping
    Farmington has many faces: from the traditions of its Main Street and Miss Porter's School, to the glittering Westfarms mall and to the high tech medical and research facilities at UConn Health. Although Mormons may not be the first religious group that...
  • Sea lion pup hitches ride on family's kayak in California

    Sea lion pup hitches ride on family's kayak in California
    A family out for a kayak trip in California picked up an unexpected hitchhiker: a sea lion pup that hopped on for a 20-minute ride. Video aired by KEYT-TV shows the little sea lion enjoying the sunshine on the back of the kayak in Santa Barbara on...
  • YMCA summer camps rely on fundamentals

    YMCA summer camps rely on fundamentals
    BOISE, Idaho — There are many firsts to be discovered on a trip to the new YMCA summer camp at Horsethief Reservoir in the mountains of central Idaho. A first encounter with a campfire, perhaps. A first night in bunk beds with cabin-mates, telling...
  • Now you can search Kayak for Cuba flights and hotels

    Now you can search Kayak for Cuba flights and hotels
    Cuba travel information on flights and hotels is now searchable on Kayak.com. The travel search engine last Thursday made the decision to add information about flights originating outside the U.S. on Aeromexico, Copa Airlines and other carriers that...