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  • Carnival Corp. aims to build ships, develop ports in China

    Carnival Corp. aims to build ships, develop ports in China
    In another move aimed at expanding cruising in China, Carnival Corp. & PLC is exploring two potential joint ventures with a Chinese transportation and real estate development company. The Miami-based cruise company has signed a memorandum of...
  • Consumer issues coming up in 2015

    Consumer issues coming up in 2015
    You can expect some resolution of five big consumer issues in travel this year. You may not like the results, but at least you'll get results. Last week I joined a group of consumer advocate colleagues in Washington, where we covered a list of some two...
  • Super-small boat cruises offer 2015 sailings to Scotland's western islands

    Super-small boat cruises offer 2015 sailings to Scotland's western islands
    Big cruise lines are rolling out their 2015-16 itineraries on luxury ships -- and so are new super-small ones, which operate just one boat on cruises to Scottish islands. Hebrides Cruises isn't the only single-boat cruise line that operates in...
  • Europe's smart harborfront makeovers

    Europe's smart harborfront makeovers
    If there's an industrial wasteland where a great European city hits the water -- London, Berlin, Amsterdam, you name it -- it's slated for a major makeover. Derelict areas on the wrong side of the river -- what we in the USA might call "the wrong side...
  • Wynton Marsalis' Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra will return to South America after 10 years

    The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis will tour South America in March for the first time in 10 years. JALC announced Tuesday that the 12-city tour kicks off Feb. 27 in New York and will visit Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands,...
  • Little-known agency keeps commuter rail network on track

    Little-known agency keeps commuter rail network on track
    The 351-mile rail corridor that runs along the coast between San Diego, Los Angeles and San Luis Obispo is the second-busiest intercity route in the nation. Its annual passenger load of 7.4 million is surpassed only by that of the northeast corridor...
  • Cost of transit commuting unpredictable for federal workers

    Cost of transit commuting unpredictable for federal workers
    When Dave Taylor decided to buy a new home in Aberdeen a couple of years ago, he made a quick calculation to determine the cost of his commute to Washington as a program specialist for the Department of Homeland Security. At the time, federal employees...
  • 'Texas U-turn' lanes now open at U.S. Highway 17-92 and State Road 436 intersection

    Motorists traveling on U.S. Highway 17-92 in Casselberry may now find it easier to drive near the State Road 436 intersection, where state crews are building a flyover bridge. Construction workers this morning opened something called "Texas U-turn lanes"...
  • From El Salvador to ESL classes, teen is global activist [Rodgers Forge]

    Killian McGinnis, Dunkirk Road, is not your typical 17-year-old. The Towson High student is a global activist, and has been since she was 15 and went on her first trip to El Salvador to help the people of La Chacra, an urban slum located in the nation's...
  • Florida travel calendar, Feb. 6-8

    Florida travel calendar, Feb. 6-8
    Marathon: The 21st Annual Pigeon Key Art Festival showcases original creations from more than 80 artists and craftspeople on Feb. 7-8, along with live music and food vendors. Admission is $7 (children 12 and under are free). Visitors can retain their...
  • Obama to cut short India trip to visit Saudi Arabia to pay respects after king's death

    President Barack Obama will shorten his trip to India and divert to Saudi Arabia, paying respects after the death of King Abdullah and meeting with the oil-rich nation's new monarch, the White House said Saturday. The scheduling shift, announced just...