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  • What a difference a year makes for Holywood great McIlroy

    HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - New British Open champion Rory McIlroy does not do 'dull' but perhaps that is no surprise for a man with a glamorous-sounding birthplace like Holywood. The tousle-haired kid from Northern Ireland won instant recognition at the...
  • On the Spot: Stranded in Florence between Lufthansa and Vayama

    Question: I recently returned from a trip booked through Kayak/Vayama and had a disturbing experience. Last month, we were to travel home from Florence, Italy, by way of Munich, Germany, where we would embark for Los Angeles. Because of problems at the...
  • Mayo: The gay marriage debate, as seen by an 8-year-old

    Reprint of my Sunday column on the latest Florida developments of the gay-marriage debate, and how this issue looks to the eyes of a child (in this case, my 8-year-old daughter): The march toward marriage equality in Florida took another step last week....
  • Diagon Alley becomes the place to shop at Universal

    Diagon Alley becomes <i>the</i> place to shop at Universal
    Theme parks have heavily promoted merchandise for years, but with its new expansion of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Universal Orlando has gone a step further. It has based an entire new area on a fictional shopping district called Diagon Alley,...
  • Disney says boy, 12, cut fingers on Pirates ride

    A man whose fingertips were severed aboard Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean this month made international news. Three months before that, it turns out, a 12-year-old boy lacerated four fingers on the same ride. The incident involving the boy was one of...
  • L.A. parents of fallen Israeli soldier say he believed in mission

    The Los Angeles parents of an American-born Israeli soldier killed in Gaza say their son was dedicated to his mission. Max Steinberg, 24, of Woodland Hills, was one of 13 soldiers killed over the weekend as fighting intensified. Dozens of people who...
  • Cyclone's Last Day Draws A Nostalgic Crowd

    Cyclone's Last Day Draws A Nostalgic Crowd
    AGAWAM, Mass. — The Cyclone roller coaster didn't go out with a bang Sunday, but there were plenty of roars as hundreds of passengers streamed to Six Flags New England for one last ride. Six Flags plans to retire the ride to make room for a new...
  • Orioles look to replicate past success out west

    The Orioles' series loss in Oakland this week kicked off the season's most treacherous road trip in disappointing fashion. But the team has fared well in similar trips under Buck Showalter, giving a hint of solace as the Orioles head to Anaheim for...
  • TSA security fee for airline travel rises today

    TSA security fee for airline travel rises today
    Get ready to pay more when you fly. The so-called Sept. 11 security fee that was intended to fund the Transportation Security Administration increases today. The TSA, however, says it won’t necessarily benefit from the extra revenue. The fee...
  • NBC to premiere Adam Richman show after #Thinspiration Instagram fight

    TV personality Adam Richman is bouncing back with a new show on NBC after the Travel Channel postponed the premiere of his series "Man Finds Food" earlier this month. Richman will play host on "Food Fighters," a show that pits home cooks against...
  • Summertime stories chapter two

    How could you live in Florida all year long? What about those hot summers? These are just a few of the questions my old New York friends asked me when we were planning the move here so many years ago. They still ask me all the time. And my answer to...