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  • Attraction makeovers risk drawing ire of loyal fans

    Attraction makeovers risk drawing ire of loyal fans
    Lee and Donna Jenkot never tire of SeaWorld's "Clyde and Seamore Take Pirate Island." The Orlando retirees have watched the sea lions' antics at least 50 times since the nautical-themed show debuted 15 years ago. The goofy gags are always the same,...
  • Hey, Rancho Mirage, judge people by their behavior, not their age

    Hey, Rancho Mirage, judge people by their behavior, not their age
    Lawyers will probably make mincemeat of Rancho Mirage's new rule about who can rent a vacation house there. But until that day, age discrimination rules in the town. According to a report in the Desert Sun, the City Council passed a new rule that only...
  • A peek inside haggis, Scotland's national dish

    A peek inside haggis, Scotland's national dish
    Authentic haggis is not for the squeamish. Under "Ingredients" on the label of packaged versions, you'll typically find oatmeal, onion, suet, seasonings — so far so good, eh? — and lamb offal. Offal. Sometimes called pluck. It's the innards:...
  • Toyota prices TRD Pro Tacoma, 4Runner

     
    Filed under: SUV, Truck, Toyota, Off-Road Toyota is finally all set to drop more details about the upcoming off-road ready TRD Pro Series models of the 4Runner, Tacoma and Tundra after first revealing them in February. These trucks and SUV might not get...
  • Greece: Wellness trip combines yoga, culture and service

    Greece: Wellness trip combines yoga, culture and service
    Interested in doing for others as well as for yourself? Perillo’s Learning Journeys’ wellness vacations combine travel with yoga, cultural immersion and community service projects. Its nine-day tour of Greece (Costa Rica, Hawaii and India...
  • Farmington Valley Students, Teachers Experience Life In Costa Rica

    WEST HARTFORD — A group of Renbrook Summer Adventure campers spent the early part of July on a service trip to Costa Rica. Under the guidance of teachers Jon Ladd, of Simsbury, and Sarah Davis, of Ludlow, Mass., 13 teens traveled to Santa Elena for...
  • Don't have a week? Take a day trip to a local beach

    Don't have a week? Take a day trip to a local beach
    The beach. The beautiful water. The strolls along the boardwalk for summer foods. The lovely house with the wraparound porch and the sunny breakfast nook. And the two-hour backup on the Bay Bridge. The rowdy, half-naked crowds pushing in line for french...
  • Wedded: Ashley Boarman and Doug Jagoda

    Wedded: Ashley Boarman and Doug Jagoda
    Date: June 6 Her story: Ashley Boarman, 27, grew up in Olney. She is a senior account executive at MGH Inc., an advertising firm based in Owings Mills. Her parents, Jeff and Alice Boarman, live in Olney. His story: Doug Jagoda, 28, was born in New...
  • Moran joins Newport News Tourism Development

    Moran joins Newport News Tourism Development
    Andrea Moran recently joined the Newport News Tourism Development Office as a tourism specialist, replacing James Dean, who is now working as manager of the Virginia Welcome Center in New Kent. Moran will be responsible for promoting the city to state...
  • Delray Beach hosts Marina del Rey's 'Marty the Pelican' mascot

    Delray Beach hosts Marina del Rey's 'Marty the Pelican' mascot
    When it comes to marketing, Delray Beach and its new partner Marina del Rey have decided to let mascots send the message. In a stunt aimed at attracting visitors to both seaside towns, the California city dispatched its celebrity stuffed animal mascot...
  • Morse Museum and other Park Avenue businesses boosted by SunRail

    Morse Museum and other Park Avenue businesses boosted by SunRail
    It’s been an encouraging sign for the Florida Department of Transportation that they’re already getting the number of riders needed by the end of 2014 to make SunRail a success. In Winter Park, though, there’s another optimistic sign:...