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  • Test kitchen extra: Time to ‘Go Fish’ in the kitchen

     
    Support the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services' “Go Native! Eat Florida Seafood” program and you will be sure to have the freshest fish available. This week, Florida amberjack, clams, blue crab, flounder, red grouper,...
  • New Air Force Space & Missile History Center opens in Cape Canaveral

     
    “Who’s the best pilot you ever saw?” It’s childish, sure, but on final approach to the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station I can’t resist uttering that line made famous by Dennis Quaid as astronaut Gordon Cooper in “The R...
  • Earl now a "major" hurricane at 120 mph

     
    Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center said today that Hurricane Earl has reached "major" (Cat. 3) hurricane status, with top sustained winds at 120 mph. Further strengthening is expected. UPDATE: Late this afternoon Earl was upgraded again to a...
  • Disney Cruise Line: Kids sail free on select 2011 Caribbean cruises

     
        Disney Cruise Line has announced its second kids-sail-free offer for 2011. To qualify for this offer, you must book a verandah stateroom (categories 4A to 7A only) with two full-fare guests. Kids must be 17 or younger and stay in the same state...
  • Sea Change

    With Carnival Cruise Lines expecting to welcome some 600,000 children aboard its ships this year -- a six-fold increase from 12 years ago -- and other lines reporting more and more families sailing with them each year, children's facilities and programs...
  • 5 Favorite Fishing Spots: Part 4 -- Indian River Lagoon's calm water boasts array of fish

    With miles of flats to pick and choose from, the Indian River Lagoon gives anglers the perfect place to fish. The river, which stretches along the Atlantic Coast from Ponce Inlet to Jupiter Inlet, offers a huge variety of fish to target. "The Indian...
  • Tours and cruises in the Caribbean, Latin America and Europe

    ATLANTIC COASTLINE CARIBBEAN A political theme Talk politics with PBS stars while cruising to the Caribbean. The PTV at Sea cruise is a KCET-sponsored event that features post-primary political discussions with Gwen Ifill, host of PBS' "Washington...
  • Deutch calls for examination of fuel terminal with ties to Iran's oil sector

     
    Boca Raton Sen. Ted Deutch today called on Gov. Charlie Crist to "examine" a $100 million fuel terminal being constructed in Brevard County's Port Canaveral by a European oil company, Vitol, that Deutch says supplies more than half the oil......
  • Economic studies offer great escape

    The economy got you feeling blue? Can't shake the market malaise? Need a pecuniary pick-me-up? Look no further than any one of a number of economic-impact studies released on everything from high-speed rail to cruise ships. It's just what the doctor...
  • Renderings revealed for Disney Cruise Line's new Disney Dream

    Renderings revealed for Disney Cruise Line's new Disney Dream
    A cry of "Man overboard" will have a new, less dire connotation aboard the Disney Dream. AquaDuck -- the first water coaster aboard a cruise ship -- will send passengers sailing 13 feet over the edge, 150 feet above the water's surface, rafting a clear,...
  • Carnival Dream offers a high-energy experience

    Carnival Dream offers a high-energy experience
    Reality, when you are the world's largest cruise line, can be a Dream. Carnival Cruise Lines unveiled its largest ship, the Carnival Dream, last month in New York City. Weighing in at 130,000 tons, it carries 3,646 passengers (4,631 if all upper berths...