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  • Indoor Fun At Rock Climbing Facility

    Indoor Fun At Rock Climbing Facility
    The cold weather is here and February vacation is on the horizon, so we have an idea for finding some indoor fun. Check out DayTrippers to experience Carabiner's in Fairfield.  This 14-thousand square foot rock climbing facility offers more than one hundred courses with many choices for beginners and experts. 
  • Park City's Main Street becomes celebrity-lounge town for Sundance Film Festival

    What are normally ski shops, art galleries and boutiques on Park City's Main Street have transformed into celebrity lounges during the first weekend of the Sundance Film Festival where celebrities load up on swag, from backpacks to boots. Kevin Smith...

    SUNDANCE WATCH: Robin Williams remembered, carnal acrobatics and 'The Bronze'

    The Associated Press is all over the Sundance Film Festival, from its premieres to the Hollywood glitz. Here's what they've seen and heard: ____ ROBIN WILLIAMS REMEMBERED Does the best comedy come from pain? And does that mean comedians are the most...

    Hot party spots for spring break, from Florida to Iceland

     Hot party spots for spring break, from Florida to Iceland
    It's not long until spring break time for the college crowd. From February through March, students around the U.S. will be getting away from campus. An outing with the family may be in the cards, but for many the attraction is partying. Warm-weather...

    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....