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  • Sleepaway camps: When (and where) to go

    Sleepaway camps: When (and where) to go
    Stephanie Salvatore wasn’t sure whether her then-9-year-old daughter, Lily, was ready for sleepaway camp. But the tears were a good sign. Lily was crying because she didn’t want to go home, says Salvatore, a Bethesda mother of three....
  • Free fun at Everglades National Park on Martin Luther King Day

    Free fun at Everglades National Park on Martin Luther King Day
    If you're looking for fun things to do on Monday, Jan. 19, enjoy free entry at Everglades National Park as the U.S. National Parks service waives fees in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. day. There are lots of fun, free, things to do in the 1.5-million-...
  • Canyon Ranch: An Uber Spa Experience

    Canyon Ranch: An Uber Spa Experience
    LENOX, Mass. — If you've ever wondered if a spa visit is really worth it — or can change your life —- the following story should erase all doubt. I recently spent four days at Canyon Ranch, the world-famous Arizona-based health spa...
  • Disneyland 2055: What the future may hold for the original Disney park

    Disneyland 2055: What the future may hold for the original Disney park
    It's been almost a decade since Disneyland opened a truly new attraction and nearly two decades since the Anaheim theme park introduced a groundbreaking new ride. You have to go back to 2005’s Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters for the last truly new...
  • Designers pitch ideas to make Fox River a tourist attraction

    Designers pitch ideas to make Fox River a tourist attraction
    Designers aren't just looking to transform the Fox River into a more palatable recreation spot for the people of St. Charles, but are pitching a grander vision to city officials: an international, water-based tourist attraction. "We're confident the Fox...
  • Police, Firefighters Suspend Search For Missing Woman In New Hartford

     Police, Firefighters Suspend Search For Missing Woman In New Hartford
    NEW HARTFORD — The search for the missing kayaker near West Hill Road has been suspended as of Saturday afternoon due to ice conditions. State police, firefighters and environmental conservation police searched the area Friday for a 52-year-old...
  • Giant oak is payoff for First Day Hike at Lake Griffin State Park

    Giant oak is payoff for First Day Hike at Lake Griffin State Park
    FRUITLAND PARK — The wonders of nature are abundant in Lake County and include one of the state's largest live oak trees at Lake Griffin State Park. The giant tree, estimated to be almost 500 years old, is the payoff for a guided First Day Hike on...
  • Gary Ferguson shoulders grief's burden in 'The Carry Home'

    Gary Ferguson shoulders grief's burden in 'The Carry Home'
    The new book by celebrated nature writer Gary Ferguson, "The Carry Home: Lessons From the American Wilderness," is a big-hearted, soul-searching memoir about grief and ritual and identity, about a man looking to nature for answers after the death of his...
  • Seniors on the Go: Cuba: Big Cuba: Big destination for 2015? Where else?

    Seniors on the Go: Cuba: Big Cuba: Big destination for 2015? Where else?
    President Obama's opening to Cuba last week will soon make visiting easier for many more U.S. visitors. But it's far from wide-open tourism. You still have to go through some official red tape. Before the Castro revolution, Cuba was one of the most...
  • North Haven Had Small Town Charm And So Much More

    North Haven Had Small Town Charm And So Much More
    In some ways, North Haven could be the envy of nearby towns. In the words of Michael Freda, first selectman for the past five years, his town of 24,500 boasts "small town charm; wonderful residential neighborhoods; an excellent school system; plus a...
  • At Newport Beach boat auction, bargain hunters don't go overboard

    At Newport Beach boat auction, bargain hunters don't go overboard
    Standing on a dock at the Harbor Patrol office in Corona del Mar, Harbor Resources Manager Chris Miller pointed to a rundown red sailboat that had been abandoned by its owner. "Let's start the bidding at $20," he announced to a crowd of about 100 people...