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  • First Look: Indian resurrects historic Roadmaster cruiser

    First Look: Indian resurrects historic Roadmaster cruiser
    Indian Motorcycles has added another bike to its growing stable of big American machines -- and it's a classic. The Polaris Industries-owned company has unveiled the 2015 Roadmaster, a resurrection of the historic touring bike that dominated its class...
  • It's Crunch Time For Sun As Season Winds Down

    It's Crunch Time For Sun As Season Winds Down
    UNCASVILLE — Not long ago, the Minnesota Lynx and Atlanta Dream were at the bottom of the WNBA, sight gags for critics who felt the quality of play in the league was substandard. But last season, the Dream and Lynx played for the league...
  • LINDA C. BLACK HOROSCOPES for 07/28/14

    Today's Birthday (07/28/14). Your charisma grows this year, with Jupiter in your sign (through 8/2015). Animate audacious community goals. Raise your game at home and work with October's eclipses (10/8, 23). Play for higher stakes after Saturn enters...
  • Duty-free shoppers, make sure you've got rules on liquids in the bag

    Question: My husband and I recently returned from an overseas trip. We flew from Naples, Italy, to Vancouver, Canada, before our last leg to LAX. After we cleared security in Naples, we did some shopping in the duty-free store, where we bought two bottles...
  • Comic-Con 2014: ‘Grimm’ panel focuses on weddings, honeymoons, more mystery

     
    “Grimm” might not be the highest-profile supernatural series, but the show's cast and creators were treated like royalty during a […]...
  • Casinos no longer golden for Atlantic City

    The fortune-tellers hawk their services along the boardwalk, offering to read palms, study tarot cards and gaze into crystal balls for $5. But for free, you can get most anyone along the seaside stretch to peer into the future, and it doesn't look...
  • Upcoming Events: Lighthouse Tours, Solar Home, Open Pottery Studios

    Upcoming Events: Lighthouse Tours, Solar Home, Open Pottery Studios
    Lighthouse Tours New London Maritime Society's annual celebration of all things lighthouse, Sentinels on the Sound: Summer Lighthouse Weekends, presents four months of lighthouse boat trips through Oct. 26. Includes five different trips, including two...
  • Gay marriage could bring tourists to South Florida

    Tourism leaders in Broward and Palm Beach counties are exploring ways to promote same-sex weddings in next year's marketing plans in the event it's legalized soon. If the same-sex marriage ban is lifted statewide in coming months, tourism officials...
  • Connecticut's Amy Bloom To Talk About Her New Novel 'Lucky Us'

    Connecticut's Amy Bloom To Talk About Her New Novel 'Lucky Us'
    Amy Bloom, the best-selling Connecticut author beloved by readers and critics alike, will give a free talk on Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. at R.J. Julia Booksellers, 768 Boston Post Road, Madison, about her new novel, "Lucky Us" (Random House, $26). It's the story of...
  • Ravinia originally intended to be amusement park

    Ravinia originally intended to be amusement park
    Today, Ravinia is internationally known for bringing all kinds of musical entertainment to the masses. It may be hard to imagine that when Ravinia Park opened in 1904 on land purchased by A.C. Frost, it was conceived as a yearround amusement park with...
  • Weekend Escape: Imperial Beach buffs up its image

    Imperial Beach, at the southwest corner of the United States and a short hop from Tijuana, is the poor cousin of Southern California beach towns. Dicey areas have detracted from attractive, sandy beaches and good surfing, so the city is trying to...