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  • High-end home sales are surging in Southern California

    High-end home sales are surging in Southern California
    By most measures, the housing market these days is a bit sluggish. Prices are flat. Sales are drooping. A lot of people are priced out. But not everyone. The high end is hopping. Luxury home sales in Southern California are hitting levels not seen...
  • 'Winterfest Boat Parade' cruises to Fort Lauderdale Dec. 13

    'Winterfest Boat Parade' cruises to Fort Lauderdale Dec. 13
    The annual Winterfest celebration will kick off Dec. 6 with the “Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Black Tie Ball,” presented by Mot & Chandon, at Hard Rock Live. The evening will begin with the Patriot National Inc. Welcome Reception and the...
  • Snowy Forecast A Challenge For Manchester Race Organizers

    Snowy Forecast A Challenge For Manchester Race Organizers
    MANCHESTER — If the time line for an expected snowstorm stays true to the forecast, runners in the Manchester Road Race won't be dashing through the snow on Thanksgiving Day. Forecasters say 6 to 10 inches of snow is possible from Wednesday into...
  • Been hitting the sauce? If so, behold the Sriracha tour

    Been hitting the sauce? If so, behold the Sriracha tour
    Another gorgeous and sunny fall Southern California afternoon the smog, apparently, is taking the weekend off and here I am in a traffic jam deep in the industrial heart of the San Gabriel Valley. To my left on Azusa Canyon Road is a huge gravel pit, a...
  • Twin Cities rail link makes St. Paul a much closer sibling

    Twin Cities rail link makes St. Paul a much closer sibling
    Some siblings come across as rivals who seem disconnected, and that's the way Minnesota's Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul used to appear. Now, as of this year, light rail connects these sisters — which means there is no reason to stay with...
  • Naples: Italy in your face

    Naples: Italy in your face
    Crammed with chaos, Naples is appalling and captivating at the same time. It's Italy's third largest city, along with being its most polluted and crime-ridden and densely populated. But this tangled mess still somehow manages to breathe, laugh, and sing...
  • Orlando theme park homages highlight new trailer for Universal's 'Jurassic World'

    Have you ever been stuck at one of Orlando's theme parks surrounded by thousands of your closest nonfriends and thought to yourself, "Wouldn't it be great if dinosaurs just came in an ate everyone up?" If so, then Universal Pictures has the movie...
  • 'Exodus: Gods and Kings' Director Ridley Scott on Creating His Vision of Moses

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The ideal place to meet Ridley Scott would be on a raging battlefield, in the furthest reaches of outer space, or in the midst of any of the other vast canvases on which he creates his movies. Instead, we're sitting in a...
  • Travel deals include cabins near Jackson Hole

     Travel deals include cabins near Jackson Hole
    The Fireside Resort, 10 minutes from the Jackson Hole, Wyo., ski area or Grand Teton National Park, is offering a chance to "test drive" a Wheelhaus cabin. Wheelhaus sells small cabins, similar to an upscale mobile home, that are aimed at people looking...
  • Lake County is hosting an upcoming Arts Tour

    Lake County is hosting an upcoming Arts Tour
    Lake County has been promoting the diverse tourist attractions that it has to offer, from those picturesque lakes to hiking trails at Lake Louisa and other state parks, to the antique shops in Mount Dora and community theaters. Now the county is...
  • International Drive pub crawl

    International Drive pub crawl
    "Can you meet us on I-Drive?" Like a lot of Orlando locals, those are the words I dread hearing when my relatives come to visit the theme parks. In my service-industry days, I worked on International Drive at the late, not-so-lamented Race Rock —...