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  • Rundown: McAuliffe's major ethics bill changes

    The governor's press office sent over the following breakdown of his major proposed changes to the ethics bill. Feel free to read it in concert with this story, which gets into the ethics bill amendments and the various vetoes and bill edits the...
  • Picture it: Ariana Grande and company at Universal

    Picture it: Ariana Grande and company at Universal
    Singer Ariana Grande (center) and her Honeymoon Tour crew visited Universal Orlando on Wednesday. They went to both Universal Studios theme park and Islands of Adventure, including the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Grande was in concert at Orlando's...
  • Use your smartphone to unlock your hotel room

    Use your smartphone to unlock your hotel room
    Nowadays you can do almost anything on a smart phone, so why not use it to unlock your hotel room the next time you check in? That's what some hotel chains are enabling travelers to do. With the tap of a mobile app, guests are able to bypass the front...
  • Weekend preview

    Weekend preview
    The gathering of tribes for Winter Music Conference and Ultra Music Festival this weekend is an annual reminder of the transcendent power of music to become more, to become, via fearless creativity, an experience entirely new. Ultra, running Friday...
  • Exotic Florida honeymoon destinations that will make you feel a world away

    Exotic Florida honeymoon destinations that will make you feel a world away
    Spring is here and love is decidedly in the air, with June brides and bridegrooms busily planning their wedding trips. For those who dream of exotic destinations for their honeymoons, but hesitate when it comes to long flights, Florida boasts many resorts...
  • Hollywood character actor Robert Costanzo directing Skokie show

    Hollywood character actor Robert Costanzo directing Skokie show
    Robert Costanzo is a fan of Neil Simon's early plays. That's why the Los Angeles-based actor, whose 40-plus years in show business includes appeared in such movies as "Total Recall" and "Honeymoon in Vegas," was willing to brave Chicago's frigid early...
  • March 28 Letters: Dominion, One City Marathon

    Critical choices The Daily Press recently editorialized on Dominion's proposed Surry-Skiffes Creek-Whealton transmission project, now under review by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Dominion and the State Corporation Commission (SCC) considered an...
  • Two who illustrate progressiveness of women's movement

    Two who illustrate progressiveness of women's movement
    Before National Women's History Month comes to a close, I want to introduce you to two women whose lives illustrate the progressiveness of so many Northwest Indiana women. Tonj'a Robinson and Marie McKee have never met, yet both have overcome decades of...
  • United trying to ensure spring break travel doesn't bite at O'Hare

    United trying to ensure spring break travel doesn't bite at O'Hare
    Traveling during busy seasons like spring break can be, well, ruff. United Airlines wants to take the edge off at O'Hare International Airport by offering some canine stress relief even if airport security lines are long and flights are delayed. Dog-...
  • Tourism expected to grow by roads, air and sea

    Tourism expected to grow by roads, air and sea
    Improved roads, new flights and expanded cruise ship calls will bring more tourists to Broward County in 2015, industry leaders said Friday during the 7th Annual Economic Engine Performance Report. At Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport,...
  • Cuba trip a way for lobbyists to say 'I love you' to state legislators

    Cuba trip a way for lobbyists to say 'I love you' to state legislators
    It doesn’t really matter what you call the trip to Cuba that California Assembly Speaker Toni G. Atkins and a passel of legislators and staff are planning for next week. Trade mission or junket or learning expedition, it all equals the same thing: a...