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  • Lehigh County Open Gate farm tour to be held next weekend

    Lehigh County Open Gate farm tour to be held next weekend
    Agriculture in Lehigh County has many faces. Take advantage of this once-a-year opportunity to learn about local agriculture during the Open Gate Farm Tour sponsored by Penn State Extension in Lehigh County. This annual event has been conducted in...
  • Jurors in Goodman case begin 'hotel arrest'

    Jurors in Goodman case begin 'hotel arrest'
    For 10 Hillsborough County residents, Friday marked the start of a free, three- to four-week stay at a West Palm Beach hotel. The six women and four men will pay nothing for their meals, have access to a pool and golf course, and be taken to movies and...
  • Cassadaga spirit lives year-round

    Cassadaga spirit lives year-round
    A long time ago, the cozy spiritualist community of Cassadaga used to set up roadblocks on Halloween to keep out ghost-hunting revelers. Then a few years ago, Cassadaga briefly embraced All Hallow's Eve, with spooky decorations and themed events that...
  • Captiva gears up for holiday weekends

    Captiva gears up for holiday weekends
    The hoteliers, merchants, attraction owners and restaurateurs of Captiva Island are getting into the holiday spirit and preparing for the fifth annual Captiva Holiday Village. The 2014 spectacular, which runs for three weekends, will launch the Friday...
  • Make your own bed at some hotels and get a reward

    During your next hotel stay, would you give up clean sheets in exchange for food vouchers or discounted Internet access? That was an easy choice recently for Glenda Oakley, 31, who stayed at a Westin hotel in Charlotte, N.C. When Oakley checked in,...
  • I'm going to Africa, and I won't get Ebola

     I'm going to Africa, and I won't get Ebola
    When I tell friends I'm flying to Africa soon for a vacation with my husband and our young daughter, they react in one of two ways: elation (trip of a lifetime!) or horror (Ebola!). Of course, there's virtually no risk of my contracting the deadly...
  • Senior Living column: Follow your dreams, revisit your bucket list and get to it

    Senior Living column: Follow your dreams, revisit your bucket list and get to it
    Do you have a bucket list? I never had one until they became the topic du jour and then became a part of speech. I ran this by my husband. Did he have one? "No." Did he want one? "No." Should we create one? "Well, if you want to." What I...
  • The Thrifty Traveler: Keeping your relationship on track while traveling

    The Thrifty Traveler: Keeping your relationship on track while traveling
    The concern many people have when it comes to maintaining a relationship on the road relates to finding time to spend with their significant other while they are on the other side of the country or planet. Our situation is slightly different, as my...
  • How Marriott Wants to be the Red Bull of the Hotel Industry

    If it worked for an energy drink maker like Red Bull, why not a hotel chain operator? Marriott International today announced the formation of an internal content studio through which it will develop, produce and distribute a slate of entertainment...
  • 10 tech start-ups, ideas coming from UCLA, USC students

    10 tech start-ups, ideas coming from UCLA, USC students
    In an overflowing, sweat-inducing auditorium two weeks ago, start-ups founded by UCLA students took turns at the front to explain how their app and website ideas would change the world. Across town, USC students made their own pitches last weekend....
  • Travelers worry about data breach from loyalty programs, survey finds

    Following news that hackers stole credit-card information from Target and Home Depot shoppers, it should be no surprise that frequent travelers worry that airlines and hotels may not be doing enough to secure their personal information. Only 33% of...