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  • Traveler apps: A moviemaker, a gas hunter and a fun trip planner

     Traveler apps: A moviemaker, a gas hunter and a fun trip planner
    Replay (Free for iOS with in-app purchases; requires iOS 7.1 and up) What it is: French scientists designed Replay to make mobile moviemaking easy, so you can instantly turn stills and videos into captivating movies. Apple showed off Replay when it...
  • Snow, cold keep New England skiers, riders stoked into May

    Skiers and snowboarders at Vermont's Sugarbush resort have spent the morning on the slopes and played golf in the afternoon — testament to the abundance of snow that extended the season at many northern New England ski areas. Sugarbush is one of...
  • Family travel five: Make your time off mean more

    Family travel five: Make your time off mean more
    Are you creating your family travel bucket list? Here are five things to consider as you put yours together. 1. Let your values lead the way. Ask yourself what aspects geographically, spiritually and culturally of the world you want to share with your...
  • Events offer tips on BritRail, long-distance hikes and other travels

    BRITAIN Presentation Distant Lands rail agent Susan Hickman will discuss the British train system and help you decide which, if any, BritRail pass is best for your trip. When, where: 7:30 p.m. Monday at Distant Lands, 20 S. Raymond Ave., Pasadena....
  • Harwood's Hutchinson captures largest class at Annapolis NOOD

    Harwood's Hutchinson captures largest class at Annapolis NOOD
    Terry Hutchinson is one of the most accomplished professionals in the sport of sailing. The Harwood native has competed in the America's Cup and Volvo Ocean Race and spends the majority of his time serving as a tactician on the grand prix circuit....
  • Road trip is the way to go

    If you're heading somewhere within 400 miles of Dallas this summer, driving might be the way to get there. The price of short-haul flights has skyrocketed in Texas and surrounding states. When you can fly from Dallas to Atlanta, Chicago, Phoenix or...
  • In Astoria, Ore., visit the 'Goonies' house and more

    ASTORIA, Ore. Children of the 1980s grew up wishing they, too, could be one of the "Goonies," the treasure-hunting teens in the 1985 movie hit executive produced by Steven Spielberg. In sleepy Astoria, at the Northwest-most tip of Oregon, grown-up...
  • Customs help is on way at Fort Lauderdale airport

    Customs help is on way at Fort Lauderdale airport
    Relief is finally on the way for passengers forced to wade through long customs lines at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. In the next few days, about six more inspection stations are being placed in the Customs and Border Protection...
  • North Korea officially squelches speculation of Kim trip

    North Korea announced Monday that the head of its parliament will attend this month's Victory Day celebration in Moscow, squelching speculation that supreme leader Kim Jong Un would use the event to make his international debut. Moscow said in March that...
  • Easton's parking revenue on the rise

    Easton's parking revenue on the rise
    Shops galore! Plenty of free parking! Advertisements of the 1960s and 1970s meant to lure consumers to a then novelty in retailing — the shopping mall — offered what the Lehigh Valley's bustling urban centers couldn't. Acres and acres of...
  • The Clintons, a luxury jet and their $100 million donor from Canada

    The Clintons, a luxury jet and their $100 million donor from Canada
    Bill Clinton was planning a charity trip to Latin America and needed a big plane. For Frank Giustra, who had never met the former president, this was an opportunity. The Canadian mining magnate and onetime Hollywood studio owner stepped up to let the...