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  • Upcoming Events: Garden Tours, Concert In The Garden, SolarFest

    Upcoming Events: Garden Tours, Concert In The Garden, SolarFest
    Elizabeth Park Events Annual Garden Tour: Join Bob Prill for a tour of the Annual Garden in mid-summer Tuesday, Aug. 5, 6 p.m.. Free. Information: http://www.elizabethparkct.org and 860-231-9443860-231-9443. Wednesday Summer Concert Series: Listen...
  • Charlene Donchez Mowers and Matt Elliott: Continue preserving historic areas, national parks

    Families are taking summer vacations at many of our country's fabulous national parks, monuments and historic sites. Protecting these important historic and scenic places for the next generation is one of the best ideas our country has ever had, and...
  • The Thrifty Traveler: Kenosha offers cool savings, classic fun

    The Thrifty Traveler: Kenosha offers cool savings, classic fun
    Multiple national historic districts, cost-free access to Lake Michigan and boatloads of complimentary parking make Kenosha, Wis., a viable getaway destination for travelers with limited vacation funds. The city's parks also add to the value, with...
  • Omaha breathes new life into old neighborhoods

    Omaha breathes new life into old neighborhoods
    Admit it. The last time only time? you thought about Nebraska's biggest city was when Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning yelled "Omaha!" about 40 times in a playoff game last January. That was fun, sort of. Imagewise, pro sports haven't been...
  • From the sea, a refreshed perspective on the California coast

    From the sea, a refreshed perspective on the California coast
    Admit it, California is a tourist's wonderland. Nearly every city up and down the coast is worth a visit. You may think you've seen all they have to offer, but these seaside cities have surprises in store, provided you approach properly from the water....
  • American Airlines next stop: Cap-Ha�tien, Haiti

    Haiti's historical mecca is expanding to the world. After a modified 757 transporting then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in October 2012 became the first large aircraft to touch down on its runway in decades, Cap-Haitien will soon welcome similarly...
  • Tourists in Budapest pay to be locked up in cellars

    Tourists in Budapest pay to be locked up in cellars
    In a ramshackle old building in Budapest, tourists pay to be locked up in a room and try to escape by solving a series of mysterious clues, opening locks and finding their way out. "Rabbit Hole", inspired by the 19th Century English novel "Alice's...
  • Dive deep for historic riches at home or on vacation travels

    Each week, "Florida Flashback" celebrates our area's past and its preservation. When we travel, we take that love of history along, of course. So here's a vacation postcard from a recent visit to the other west coast — to Monterey Bay in California,...
  • Cargo ship plan aims to protect whales, air quality off Santa Barbara

    A pilot program starting this summer will tackle two environmental problems posed by thousands of cargo ships that use the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach each year: The hulking vessels are major sources of air pollution and the shipping lanes overlap...
  • DJ Steve Aoki balances decadent party image with business dreams

    DJ Steve Aoki balances decadent party image with business dreams
    It was just past 2 a.m. on one of those "what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas" Saturday nights, and a capacity crowd of more than 3,000 revelers inside the Strip's epically proportioned nightclub Hakkasan Las Vegas were tripping the light fantastic. To...
  • They built it for a movie, and people keep coming to Field of Dreams

    They built it for a movie, and people keep coming to Field of Dreams
    Heaven has no gates, only a small wooden sign draped by a cluster of corn on the side of a narrow and winding farm road. Heaven is easily attained, just make a left turn at the sign and rumble over a stretch of gravel to a simple clearing below a...