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  • Sailing: Buckingham breaks to lead in Laser North American and U.S. Sailing Singlehanded Championships

    LONG BEACH — It's not the Olympics, but in a potential preview Charlie Buckingham, a Newport Harbor High alumnus, started the second day of the 2014 Laser North American championships Friday one point behind leader Bruno Fontes of Brazil, the host...
  • Sailing: Buckingham captures North American Championships trophy

    Sailing: Buckingham captures North American Championships trophy
    Charlie Buckingham and Paige Railey have been collecting trophies since they were kids, but Sunday they won some of the more precious hardware: the George D. O'Day trophy for men and Helen Willis Hanley trophy for women in the U.S. Sailing Singlehanded...
  • Mamer skippers Navy 44 to win in Annapolis-Bermuda Race in light air

    For midshipman Duncan Mamer, the skipper of a Navy 44, the waiting was the hardest part of the 19th biennial Annapolis-Bermuda Race. "The prevailing conditions for this race were mostly just lots and lots of light air," said Mamer, a Caldwell, Iowa,...
  • REVIEW: Good singing, fun local references make 'H.M.S. Pinafore' a grand treat

     
    It was smooth sailing Saturday night at Miller Symphony Hall, when the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players and members of the Allentown Symphony Orchestra teamed up for a shipshape performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “H.M.S. Pinafore.&#...
  • Baltimore lobbies for tall ships, naval vessels to fill Inner Harbor

    Baltimore lobbies for tall ships, naval vessels to fill Inner Harbor
    The sales pitch to 46 uniformed men was simple: Welcome to Baltimore. Next time, bring a tall ship. City and state officials and the nautical community have begun a marketing drive aimed at filling the Inner Harbor with majestic sailing vessels and...
  • The Harbor Report: A cub reporter at America's Cup

    Years ago, I was a bartender, and on Monday nights, a fat lady would come in and sing "Ebb Tide" to close the night's karaoke and the bar. After watching the Kiwis dominate Oracle Team USA in three of four races last Saturday and Sunday at the America's...
  • Top 5 Concerts of the coming Week

     
    Here are the Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week: 1. GREEN DAY Just when populist punk band Green Day should have been getting attention for its trilogy of new albums, “ˇUno!,” “ˇDos!” and “ˇTré!” last fall, it instead...
  • Taking the kids -- on a cruise to Europe

    Taking the kids -- on a cruise to Europe
    Kids were everywhere -- splashing in the ship's pools, touring the Coliseum and Pompeii, posing for family photos before that "special" dinner. Cruising the Mediterranean on the Disney Magic (www.disneycruise.com), there were at least 1,000 kids onboard,...
  • Cunard's old-school travel continues tradition on Queen Elizabeth

    Cunard's old-school travel continues tradition on Queen Elizabeth
    I'm standing in front of the mirror in our stateroom, looking over my wife's shoulder and tying my black bow tie. It is our first sea day and the first of three formal nights on our leisurely eight-night early January crossing on Cunard Line's spanking-...
  • Saturday's 11:59 p.m. Score Center, area roundup UPDATE: Monarchs beat Tribe, clinch No. 2 seed; NSU, HU, Apprentice sweep basketball games; Sunday calendar

    Best viewed in "single page" mode. If you know an unreported score, please e-mail sports@dailypress.com and/or call 757-247-4640. Past calendars are available on Sonny Dearth's blog at HRTownSquare.com) SATURDAY, FEB. 26 COLLEGES Men’s...
  • Restoring the Shawnee: A quixotic artist and his masterpiece

    Restoring the Shawnee: A quixotic artist and his masterpiece
    She is 96 years old, all bones and little skin. Her ribs are split and rotted in places and stained by rust. Nonetheless, she is a slightly fearsome presence, commanding her surroundings like a T. rex in a natural history museum. When the Shawnee...