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  • Home swapping a short-term alternative to renting out vacant home

    Q: I read your reply to the homeowner who wanted to rent out his townhouse for two to four months near Washington, D.C., while spending time in warmer climes. It seems he is either retired or can work from home. If that is the case another option may be...
  • MSC Cruises breaks out the Legos

    MSC Cruises breaks out the Legos
    MSC cruises has upped the ante in the game of nailing down the demographic of cruising families with children. They don't have Mickey and they don't have Shrek, but what the do have now is Lego. The line that sails the MSC Divina out of Miami has rolled...
  • Fitness Files: A Wonder is worth the workout

    We are on vacation, we're hiking Zion National Park's spectacular trails. Two-hundred-million-year-old sandstone shoots up 7,000 feet in sheer cliff and spire, sporting colors of orange, rose, toast, salmon and purple in geometric striation. Easy hikes...
  • Flyers lose again in Tampa, fall 4-3

    TAMPA, Fla. The arena's name seems to change every time the Flyers are in Tampa, but the results are the same. Steven Stamkos scored a pair of goals as the Flyers lost their seventh straight decision in Tampa Bay's home rink since 2011, dropping a 4-3...
  • Purple haze of jacarandas draws Japanese to South Africa

    PRETORIA (Reuters) - Eighty-one-year-old Sachiko Asano traveled 8,500 miles to Africa to see jacaranda trees in bloom, one of hundreds of Japanese inspired by a culture of flower-viewing to make the trek every year. "It was a long trip, but I wanted to...
  • X unveils holiday tour, acoustic format

    X unveils holiday tour, acoustic format
    Venerable L.A. punk band X will undertake another round of holiday shows in a handful of cities throughout the West, but the big news may be the group’s announcement that it is switching full time to the largely acoustic lineup it used in a series...
  • Republicans use scandal in fight for Ron Calderon's Senate seat

    Even with indicted lawmaker Ronald S. Calderon unable to seek reelection, the scandal enveloping the Democratic state senator has rubbed off on the campaign to replace him. The candidates, former Democratic Assemblyman Tony Mendoza and Republican...
  • Ducks' Patrick Maroon healing fast, may be close to return

    Ducks forward Patrick Maroon, who was expected to be sidelined for a month after suffering a left knee injury Oct. 13 in Buffalo, has skated on this trip and is closer to a return to game action than had been expected. “It wouldn’t...
  • Norwegian posts higher third-quarter profit

    Norwegian posts higher third-quarter profit
    The parent company of Miami-based Norwegian Cruise Line posted higher third-quarter earnings, boosted in part by the addition of its newest ship, Norwegian Getaway, which began sailing this year. Net income rose 17.6 percent to $201.1 million, or 97...
  • Ecuador tries moving ads to boost trade, tourism with Florida

    MIAMI Ecuador is using moving billboards for the Miami launch of its new tourism and trade campaign, "All you need is Ecuador." The skin of Miami mass transit train cars that began circulating this week are emblazoned with advertising that reminds...
  • Newport News planning marathon event at King-Lincoln Park

    The city is planning to hold an event at King-Lincoln Park in conjunction with the One City Marathon next spring following complaints that the Southeast Community was not involved enough in the event. Councilwoman Saundra Cherry, who represents the South...