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  • Windsor Historical Society uses cemetery as 'outdoor museum'

    Just as they would with an archeological dig or an ancient structure, many historical societies are using the valuable information available at cemeteries to teach local history and folklore. Many historical societies all over the nation have recognized...
  • Sniffer dog warning sends Australian jet passengers on a rush to flush

    Sniffer dog warning sends Australian jet passengers on a rush to flush
    Australian budget airline Jetstar apologized on Wednesday after a crew member told passengers on a flight from the Gold Coast tourist strip, including some returning from a popular music festival, to flush away "anything you shouldn't have". The...
  • REVIEW: 'Hamlet' by Shakespeare's Globe at Chicago Shakespeare Theater ★★

    REVIEW: 'Hamlet' by Shakespeare's Globe at Chicago Shakespeare Theater ★★
    If you were to see the Shakespeare's Globe "Hamlet" in dusty South Sudan, or in the tiny nations of Tuvalu or Nauru, or on St. Kitts and Nevis (maybe both if the touchy latter island decides to execute its right to secede from its Caribbean twin), this...
  • Gaza conflict to dent, not break Israel economy

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's war against Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip is expected to cost it billions of dollars, temporarily hurt economic growth and put pressure on the government's finances. Analysts and officials compare the current...
  • World troubles: Would travel insurance help?

    The current headlines -- the downing of Malaysia flight 17 and the Israeli-Gaza hostilities -- focus a spotlight on today's travel uncertainties. And that, in turn, raises the question of how travel insurance would help you in coping with the fallout from...
  • August in Chicago, a time to make time work for you

    Have you ever noticed that August is the only month of the year without any major holidays? Just 31 hot days in a green row that have been too often dismissed as "the dog days of summer." It's sort of an interval between the end of busy school terms...
  • 'Canes hoops team begins prepping for season, trip abroad

    'Canes hoops team begins prepping for season, trip abroad
    After winning the ACC and advancing to the Sweet 16 in 2013, Miami found itself in the unenviable position last season of having to replace all five of its starters and nearly 90 percent of its offense. Needless to say, last season had more than its...
  • Thai Kiradech eager to be big hit at PGA Championship again

    (Reuters) - Kiradech Aphibarnrat still remembers the cheers each time he reached for his driver at last year's PGA Championship and the big-hitting Thai has no plans to curb his aggressive style after earning a return invitation for the year's final...
  • Carnival adds another dimension to cruise ships

    GamerHub.tv Disney Cruise Lines introduced 3D movies to all of its ships a few years back, allowing guests to watch hit movies at sea while they were still playing in theaters back home. So to one-up the competition, Carnival Cruise Lines has...
  • Baltimore's tourism industry sees growth in 2013

    Baltimore's tourism industry sees growth in 2013
    The city's tourism industry grew last year, according to Visit Baltimore's annual report, with 23.9 million visitors spending more than $5 billion in 2013. The report, which was released Tuesday, found that visitors to Baltimore were up 2.6 percent from...
  • Wisconsin lake, known for musky, offers anglers so much more

    OCONOMOWOC, Wis. The time was somewhere between first light and sunrise. The place was Oconomowoc Lake, halfway between the two main points on the lake's north shore. The conditions were a little summer and a little more fall. But the identity of the...