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  • Fishing report

    Fishing report
    LAKE OKEECHOBEE Look for some big post-spawn bass to be biting adjacent to bedding areas in the wake of the full moon. Flipping has been the best bet given the cooler temperatures, but swimbaits worked around holes in the grass has also been productive....
  • Weekend preview: Ho, ho, ho, Flo, Flo, Flo

    Weekend preview: Ho, ho, ho, Flo, Flo, Flo
    The eclectic boogaloo of the holiday season finds its rhythm this weekend, in events big and small, red and white, wet and dry. The evolution of Flagler Village into a hub of residential activity continues on Friday with the downtown Fort Lauderdale...
  • Cruise Port Spotlight: Dubrovnik, Croatia

    Cruise Port Spotlight: Dubrovnik, Croatia
    Often referred to as “the pearl of the Adriatic,” Dubrovnik, Croatia is a popular stop on Eastern Mediterranean cruises. A fortified seaside town with impressive walls, and pretty as a picture with buildings with red tile roofs that shimmer in...
  • Oceania cruise ship fire kills 3; line's president now in St. Lucia

    Oceania cruise ship fire kills 3; line's president now in St. Lucia
    Updated Oceania Cruises statement, Dec. 11 at 9:30 p.m. "We are deeply saddened by the tragic events that occurred this morning on Insignia. We have extended our heartfelt condolences to the families of those involved and are offering them our full...
  • Three weeks after Pearl Harbor, grief turns to joy (photos, video)

    Three weeks after Pearl Harbor, grief turns to joy (photos, video)
    When Thomas Reinsmith and his older sister found a letter from Pearl Harbor in late December 1941, they feared what new pain it might bring to their family. Their brother Vincent "Buddy" Reinsmith, then 19, had been reported lost in action and was...
  • Years after Pearl Harbor, Annapolis holds reminder of USS Maryland

    Years after Pearl Harbor, Annapolis holds reminder of USS Maryland
    The bell on the south lawn of the State House in Annapolis recalls the men who served aboard "Fighting Mary" — also known as "Big Mary" and "Mighty Mary." Its crew called the ship by those names; civilians knew the 32,600-ton battleship as the USS...
  • New Mystic Seaport Exhibition Building Meant To Evoke Tradition Of The Sea

    New Mystic Seaport Exhibition Building Meant To Evoke Tradition Of The Sea
    For decades, visitors to Mystic Seaport have enjoyed a 19th-century seafaring village with cobblestone walks, colonial-style buildings, and moored period whaling ships that can be toured. The first major construction project at the Seaport in 50 years...
  • ExplorOcean expansion plan raises questions about Fun Zone's future

    ExplorOcean expansion plan raises questions about Fun Zone's future
    Nearly a decade has passed since ExplorOcean bought a harbor-facing stretch of land dubbed the Balboa Fun Zone, exchanging the kitschy Scary Dark Ride and bumper cars for a learning center focused on science education. The Fun Zone has operated in...
  • Talking to Lonnie Bunch about his Smithsonian-size task

    Talking to Lonnie Bunch about his Smithsonian-size task
    Lonnie Bunch had a good thing going in Chicago. He was running the Chicago Historical Society, helping to guide its transition to eventually becoming the more outward facing Chicago History Museum. Chicago's community of civic leaders had welcomed him...
  • Seafood fraud cases plummet as NOAA cuts investigators

    Seafood fraud cases plummet as NOAA cuts investigators
    In a sprawling warehouse five miles inland from the port of Newark, N.J., Special Agent Scott Doyle was dwarfed by the metal shipping container that had just arrived from Indonesia and was headed to Maryland. It held 14 tons of pasteurized crabmeat,...
  • Boat parade, Cruise of Lights bring holidays to Huntington Harbour

    For the 52nd year, the Huntington Harbour Boat Parade will cruise the channels of the waterfront community's five islands on Saturday and Sunday as the enclave prepares for next week's annual Cruise of Lights. The nearly three-hour parade can viewed...