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Tourism and Leisure

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  • Tourism group pushes to ease travel-visa restrictions

    Tourism group pushes to ease travel-visa restrictions
    If you listen to Oren Lotringer, Central Florida could become a hotbed for Israeli tourism. It has theme parks, shopping, outdoor adventures and plenty of hotels for Israeli families looking for a taste of the U.S. — all the ingredients his...
  • Ghosts in Savannah, charm in Charleston

    Ghosts in Savannah, charm in Charleston
    It was 11 p.m. on a muggy May night in Savannah when we came to an eerie, three-story mansion on a quiet square with moss-covered trees -- the last stop on our ghost tour. The home on Abercorn Street, a dilapidated Greek-revival structure, is owned by...
  • Florida business groups court more internationals for tourism, labor

    Florida business groups court more internationals for tourism, labor
    Many interests in Florida want more internationals coming here and they are working hard to make that happen. The inscription on the Statue of Liberty about "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free," doesn't apply...
  • St. Thomas' Magens Bay: white-sand beach and turquoise waters

    St. Thomas' Magens Bay: white-sand beach and turquoise waters
    Legend has it that Sir Francis Drake regularly anchored in Magens Bay with its spectacular white-sand beaches. The 16th-century British privateer also reportedly hung out on the hillsides above Magens Bay in order to spot approaching Spanish galleons...
  • Foreigner bassist says band keeps moving with older hits, newer lineup

     
    Foreigner, the rock band that from 1977-87 sold 35 million albums to make it one of the Top 50 best-selling music acts of all time, this summer is hitting the road again, continuing a touring schedule that hasn’t slowed down......
  • Broadway Forecast: July 4 Soft, but Fireworks to Follow

    Christmas, Thanksgiving, Memorial Day, Labor Day: A lot of holidays bring an annual sales spike at the Broadway box office. July 4 isn't one of them. Unlike those other nationwide fetes, the Fourth pretty reliably signals the first slippage of the...
  • Foreigner keeps moving with old hits, new lineup

    Foreigner, the rock band that sold 35 million albums from 1977-87 to make it one of the Top 50 best-selling acts of all time, is hitting the road again this summer, continuing a touring schedule that hasn't slowed down since its heyday. This time, the...
  • WTCC cancels race at Sonoma

     
    Filed under: Motorsports Touring car racing has never been as popular in the United States as it has been overseas. After all, it's NASCAR that garners the lion's share of attention when it comes to tin-top racing in America. For the last couple of years,...
  • A look inside the healing garden of Howard's 'Dr. Duke'

    A look inside the healing garden of Howard's 'Dr. Duke'
    With its four terraces of thriving plants sloping down toward a babbling lily pond, Jim Duke's garden could certainly be considered a healing place. And that's precisely what the world-renowned botanist and author's Green Farmacy Garden is....
  • Pigeons Playing Ping Pong on new album and headlining 9:30 Club

    Pigeons Playing Ping Pong on new album and headlining 9:30 Club
    In 2006, the Baltimore funk-jam band Pigeons Playing Ping Pong started from a modest and typical beginning: Two new friends — Greg Ormont and Jeremy Schon — playing acoustic guitar together in a University of Maryland dorm room. The duo took...
  • National Park Service calls development plans a threat to Grand Canyon

    National Park Service calls development plans a threat to Grand Canyon
    At the rim of the Grand Canyon, busloads of Chinese tourists jostled on a recent day with twentysomething backpackers and an Amish family with rambunctious boys in suspenders and straw hats, all eager for a prime viewing spot. They gazed out on a...