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  • Charlie Crist in Broward on final day, preceded by Rick Scott's No. 2

    Charlie Crist in Broward on final day, preceded by Rick Scott's No. 2
    Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist are in a dead heat on the last full day of the campaign for governor. Scott spent Monday touring Central Florida with two of his party’s potential 2016 presidential candidates,...
  • Seniors on the Go: Make your complaint work for you

    Seniors on the Go: Make your complaint work for you
    Overcharged? Misinformed? Didn't get what you paid for? Travelers with a gripe against an airline, hotel, online travel agency, credit card issuer, or some other travel seller often copy me on their complaints. And I never cease to be surprised at how...
  • No-fly zones over Disney have cynical Mickey-haters smelling a rat

    No-fly zones over Disney have cynical Mickey-haters smelling a rat
    Somewhere in Washington, there are committees of bureaucrats assigned to assess which American icons are most likely to be attacked by terrorists. At the Federal Aviation Administration, there is such a task force that looks at national landmarks to guess...
  • Avon Boy Scouts Sell Christmas Trees, Hold Bottle And Can Drive

    AVON — Boy Scout Troop 274 will hold a bottle and can drive on Dec. 13 to raise money for trips scouts will take next year to Maine and New Mexico, according to an announcement from the troop. The drive will be from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the J.Foster...
  • Five takeaways in Lakers' loss to Memphis

    Five takeaways in Lakers' loss to Memphis
    The Lakers didn’t play poorly Tuesday but there was that obvious breakdown in communication on who should take the last shot. Here are five takeaways from their 107-102 loss at Memphis. 1) History will remember it as the night Kobe Bryant set...
  • Restaurants get in the holiday spirit with charity campaigns

    Restaurants get in the holiday spirit with charity campaigns
      A Coral Springs market and three national restaurant chains are making charitable giving easy. Check out what they’re doing. Doris Italian Market and Bakery: The Coral Springs location of this South Florida-based chain will kick off the...
  • Books matched to your travel times

    Books matched to your travel times
    What to listen to on your upcoming holiday flight or long car trip? Audiobooks.com has put together reading lists customized to particular trips. For instance, those taking an L.A.-to-Hawaii flight might order Chelsea Handler’s “Chelsea...
  • Towson split-level houses owners' artistic passion

    Towson split-level houses owners' artistic passion
    Fe T. Reyes-Dollete is a pediatrician with more than medicine on her mind and in her life. She is an ardent collector of decorative arts, a traveler and a member of a ballroom dancing group. The Towson home she shares with her husband, Rudy Dollete,...
  • Car-sharing rental service opens an LAX pickup-dropoff spot

    Car-sharing rental service opens an LAX pickup-dropoff spot
    Your idle car + LAX = making money? That’s the newest equation in the Southland from RelayRides, which is introducing a service that puts your car to work for you while you’re gone. Here’s how it works: Let’s say you’re...
  • Here's how to avoid holiday travel headaches at OIA

    Here's how to avoid holiday travel headaches at OIA
    So you've bought your tickets for Thanksgiving travel — if you haven't, expect to pay more — and you're ready to face the crowds at Orlando International Airport. There are some tricks that can make your experience less nerve-racking. Take...
  • George Douglas: He was Mr. Fixit who loved travel, airplanes

    George Douglas: He was Mr. Fixit who loved travel, airplanes
    As a teenager, George Douglas worked at small airport in North Carolina, saving up the money he earned to pay for flying lessons. He made enough, but his mother wouldn't sign the needed waiver for the 17-year-old to obtain a pilot's license. So...