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  • Top 10 Halloween Events - Haunted Happenings

    Top 10 Halloween Events - Haunted Happenings
    From ghost tours to haunted houses to amusement parks filled with frightful fun, indulge your taste for terrifying before everything turns all sugar-plum sweet: 1. Historic Bethlehem walking tours. •Death & Dying Cemetery Tour: It's the one...
  • All Grain Brew Tours launches with day trips to breweries

    All Grain Brew Tours launches with day trips to breweries
    All Grain Brew Tours launched this fall to help Marylanders understand the art of brewing by exploring one local brewery at a time. Malcolm Johnson, a Howard County resident with an appreciation for the craft, started the program to give locals the...
  • Canada: Take a photo tour along British Columbia coast

    Canada: Take a photo tour along British Columbia coast
    Canada’s Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is the location for a hands-on photo tour offered by Outer Shores Expeditions. The five-day excursion departs from (and returns to) Ucluelet, British Columbia, and takes in the open ocean, scenic...
  • German students talk about stay in Vernon

    German students talk about stay in Vernon
    A dozen students from Germany (and their two teachers) spent three weeks at Rockville High School, as part of the German American Partnership Program's tenth year. During their stay with Vernon host families, the students of the Martin-Luther Gymnasium...
  • Ask Amy: Dad worries son's life might go to pot

    Ask Amy: Dad worries son's life might go to pot
    Dear Amy: My 18-year-old son started college this year. He has a part-time job and is paying for a new car to drive to school 30 miles from home. He lives at home, but makes bad choices by smoking pot! I have asked him to stop many times but he...
  • Blackhawks to travel with three goalies

    Blackhawks to travel with three goalies
    The Blackhawks will take three goalies on their trip against the Senators on Thursday and the Maple Leafs on Saturday. Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said the team will decide later on Thursday's starter. Since Corey Crawford became sidelined...
  • Lehigh Valley Halloweekend Top 10s

    Lehigh Valley Halloweekend Top 10s
    KILLER PARTIES 1. HmfO (Hall and Oates Tribute): With opening act Lovetester. Halloween party night. Dress as your favorite '80s character. 8 p.m. Friday. Tickets: $10-$15, adv.; $18-$20, door. Musikfest Cafe, ArtsQuest Center, SteelStacks, 101 Founders...
  • This FedEx project debate wasn't much of one

    This FedEx project debate wasn't much of one
    In the same vein as the story of the tree falling in the woods comes the question: If they hold a public meeting and the public doesn't come, is it still a public meeting? One thing that's certain is that it doesn't make much of a sound. That's what a...
  • Port of Call | The Mexican navy Barque Cuauhtemoc arrives in San Pedro

     
    A training vessel for the Mexican navy, the three-masted Barque “Cuauhtemoc,” sailed into the Port of Los Angeles on and has docked in San Pedro for a four-day stay. The historic vessel, with a crew of approximately 200 aboard is 297 feet...
  • Ice show, Halloween highlight 'Frozen' mania

    Ice show, Halloween highlight 'Frozen' mania
    Between now and next Sunday, you can expect to hear a lot of people singing, "Do you want to build a snowman?" and "Let it go!" The ice show version of the Disney mega-hit "Frozen" is coming to Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, with 12 performances...
  • Does world travel make CSO first-class?

    Does world travel make CSO first-class?
    The term "cultural ambassadors" is heard often when the Chicago Symphony Orchestra travels the world and performs in places where it rarely, if ever, has appeared before, countries such as Poland last week and Russia in 2012. The notion is that the...