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  • Yuma: See the light! It's now a tourist draw

    YUMA, Ariz. So I came to Pivot Point Interpretive Plaza, hard by the Colorado River, for illumination. Nothing epiphanic, nothing metaphorical at all. Actual illumination, as in the nightly laser "show" that is supposed to send twin beams across the low-lying river rim, a visual representation of the Yuma Crossing that put this place on the map when the Spaniards rode in late in the 1700s.
  • Coast Guard searching for man overboard

    The Coast Guard is searching for a man who may have fallen off a scalloping boat. Crews are searching the water about 35 miles southeast of Nantucket for the 54-year-old man. The crew of the 85-foot scalloping boat Hear No Evil radioed for help Sunday...

    World's biggest cruise ship will have Orlando-designed slides

    Orlando-based Aquatic Design & Engineering is the creative designer for the water slides on what will become the world's largest cruise ship, the Harmony of the Seas. Josh Martin, president of ADE, said in an interview that designing the giant new...

    'Red Dot' at Annapolis Film Fest tells of solo sailor's journeys

    What better draw for a film festival in a sailing town than a movie about the world record voyage of Annapolis' own Matt Rutherford. For months in 2011 those who had heard of the plum-crazy character who set out in a leaky 27-foot sailboat with a mind...

    Carnival Pride takes it first trip out of Baltimore after hiatus

    Carnival Pride takes it first trip out of Baltimore after hiatus
    The massive Carnival Pride cruise liner docked at the port of Baltimore just before sunrise Sunday for the first time in five months, ending a hiatus created when new air standards sent the ship looking for new digs. "We are happy to bring the Pride...