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  • In Chicago, Lusitania disaster became a local story

     In Chicago, Lusitania disaster became a local story
    William Campbell, an unemployed carpenter, sailed for his native England on May 1, 1915, work being scarce in Chicago because a strike had halted building construction. A shipmate was Henry Harrison, a fellow Chicagoan rushing to the Isle of Man, a...
  • New Jersey dinosaur-themed park to close at the end of year

    Their roars and wails beckoned visitors 90 million years into the past, but in the end, their reign will have lasted little more than three. Because soon, the Turnpike Tyrannosaurus will be no more. Field Station: Dinosaurs, a prehistoric theme park in...
  • Apodaca: From tuk-tuks to 'killing fields,' trip to Vietnam and Cambodia was enlightening

    Apodaca: From tuk-tuks to 'killing fields,' trip to Vietnam and Cambodia was enlightening
    It's always good to be back home in Newport Beach after a long trip. I return from travels abroad with deeper insight into other cultures and a renewed appreciation for my good fortune of being a United States citizen. Not long before this week's 40th...
  • Disneyland adding new special effects to classic rides

    Disneyland adding new special effects to classic rides
    Disneyland will add special effects to scenes in three classic rides as part of the Anaheim theme park's 60th anniversary celebration. Known as "plussing" in Disney-speak, the improvements to the Matterhorn Bobsleds, Haunted Mansion and Peter Pan's...
  • Discover the wildlife at Otter Point Creek

    Discover the wildlife at Otter Point Creek
    Every year, Otter Point Creek lures thousands of families — perhaps to glimpse a rare, long-billed king rail, kayak past turtles soaking up sun, or get goosebumps during a Haunted Hike. Teeming with wildlife, the lush forests and marshlands are...
  • As NFL starts draft, fans will get to play, dance and eat at festival

     As NFL starts draft, fans will get to play, dance and eat at festival
    Even before the National Football League's hyped up, three-day draft weekend extravaganza had begun, Justin Roberson was milling around the fenced-off area at Grant Park where most of the outdoor events would take place, trying to get a peek inside....
  • Sentinel reporter talks I-Drive 360 with WMFE

    Listen to 90.7-WMFE Monday around 7:50 a.m. to hear me chat about I-Drive 360, the newest entertainment complex on International Drive. As a reporter with the Orlando Sentinel it's my job to know what's happening in Central Florida. As a tourism...
  • County schools continue moratorium on field trips, transportation into Baltimore City

    County schools continue moratorium on field trips, transportation into Baltimore City
    Superintendent George Arlotto announced today the school system's moratorium on field trips and other student transportation to and from Baltimore City will continue through at least Tuesday. The cancellation because of unrest in Baltimore affects about...
  • A cappella takes Trinity High School students to Spain

    A cappella takes Trinity High School students to Spain
    The Trinity High School students who trekked to Spain for an a cappella concert tour had to follow two rules: Be on time, and if you can get it in the U.S., don't get it in Spain. "To me, it was really awesome to see the girls embrace the culture," like...
  • In Europe, little refrigerators hold a grand reason for less waste

    In Europe, little refrigerators hold a grand reason for less waste
    Years ago, when I first started traveling to Europe and was welcomed inside people's homes I was astonished by the extreme simplicity of the kitchens I saw. The rooms weren't necessarily small, but they were filled with people — not appliances....
  • Returning to homeland, Vietnamese Americans make their mark

    Twenty-seven years ago, Lam Ton was living his American dream. A former interpreter at the U.S. Embassy in Saigon, Vietnam, Ton was a can-do Chicago restaurateur who helped revive a declining neighborhood. He was also making a trailblazing return...