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  • Got a baby boomer facing milestone year? Quick, plan a trip to Vegas

    Got a baby boomer facing milestone year? Quick, plan a trip to Vegas
    Baby boomers like to travel to celebrate special events such as a milestone birthday or anniversary, and more than anywhere else, they want to go to Las Vegas, according to one survey. The recent AARP Travel survey says about three-quarters of Americans...
  • Five things for Tuesday, July 22, 2014

    Five things for today in Orlando and Central Florida. 1. George Diaz wrote about gay-marriage bashing on Monday, today he's writing about Tony Dungy's comments on the NFL's first openly gay player Michael Sam. How do you feel about the former NFL coach'...
  • Go Away With ... Maria Bartiromo

    Go Away With ... Maria Bartiromo
    Few business journalists make their way into pop culture. Then there's Maria Bartiromo, who was dubbed as the "Money Honey." Joey Ramone of the Ramones was clearly smitten with her, too. He sang her praises in his song, "Maria Bartiromo." "I've...
  • Being spontaneous in your travels

    Being spontaneous in your travels
    Twenty years ago, I was on a train heading to Rothenburg to update the ultimate medieval town in Germany for my guidebook. I knew the town well and was anticipating a happy homecoming. The cute lanes would be filled with my readers, who cheered me on. I...
  • How to save both elephants and the ivory trade

    Because of British currency restrictions enacted just before World War II, my father had to come up with an innovative way of getting his cash out of England when, fearing a German invasion, we immigrated to the United States. He settled on silver. Before...
  • Regional Digest

    Rock Cats Win Center fielder Aaron Hicks had two hits and an RBI for the Rock Cats in a 4-3 win Monday night against Altoona at New Britain Stadium. Tyler Duffey (6-2) was the winning pitcher, and Cole Johnson picked up his seventh save. Zack Dodson (2-...
  • Half day for 'voice of Open' Robson

    HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - Ivor Robson, whose dulcet Scottish tones have been introducing the players on the first tee at the Open for 40 years, was at a loose end on Saturday because of an unprecedented two-tee start. A terrible weather forecast...
  • Obama can vacation after fixing problems

    Poor President Obama. He has so many accumulated problems that he's planning another vacation. That looks bad. Ignoring problems and blaming others are not presidential. Why doesn't he fix the problems? Then he'd deserve a vacation. Sybil Mohr Lynn...
  • What's the message when Obama sticks to public schedule during a crisis?

    WASHINGTON Just after a passenger jet was shot down over Ukraine, President Barack Obama flew to Delaware to have a burger and fries at the popular Charcoal Pit restaurant and then to New York to attend a pair of private political events. Obama spoke for...
  • Charles Froom: The man who makes art look even better

    In early April of this year Charles Froom got a phone call at his Reigelsville home. His help was needed immediately. David Mickenberg, the new director of the Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley, had an emergency. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hebron Ecumenical Vacation Bible School Coming Soon

    Hebron's Ecumenical Vacation Bible School (VBS) for area children entering kindergarten through 6th grade will be held on August 4th through 8th from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 pm each day at Gilead Congregational Church. Participating churches include the...