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  • Port Everglades debuts digital cruise guide

    Port Everglades debuts digital cruise guide
    Travelers thinking about a cruise from Port Everglades now have a new online tool to help in their vacation planning. On Monday the Fort Lauderdale seaport unveiled an online version of its 2015 Cruise Guide publication as well as a new, user-friendly...
  • Day trip: October means it's time to check out the fall foliage

    Day trip: October means it's time to check out the fall foliage
    When the first fall breezes began to roll through Hampton Roads in early October, I decided that I needed a brief and peaceful get-away from work and classes. With that in mind and a pair of running shoes on my feet, I picked up a girlfriend on a...
  • PRESS BOX: Royals to start Shields, Ventura in World Series

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: Royals to start Shields, Ventura in World Series The Kansas City Royals announced Saturday that James Shields and Yordano Ventura will start the first two games of the World Series against the San Francisco Giants. Shields...
  • Flames cap successful trip with win in Winnipeg

    The Sports Xchange By Jason Bell, The Sports Xchange Flames cap successful trip with win in Winnipeg WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- The view from the press box Friday gave Calgary Flames rookie Johnny Gaudreau a whole new look just two nights later. Gaudreau...
  • In return, Peters helps Capitals to shootout win

    The Sports Xchange In return, Peters helps Capitals to shootout win WASHINGTON -- Washington Capitals goaltender Justin Peters had to wait nearly nine months between NHL starts. He made the most of his return to the crease Saturday night, turning aside...
  • Free water trolley takes inaugural trip in Fort Lauderdale

    Free water trolley takes inaugural trip in Fort Lauderdale
    It was a beautiful day to be on a boat — and on an inaugural boat ride no less. Throngs of people on Saturday hopped on and off the Riverwalk Water Trolley, a new, free water taxi that has eight stops along the Riverwalk in downtown Fort...
  • Richard Jackson: Reaching out to North American theme parks

    Richard Jackson: Reaching out to North American theme parks
    Richard Jackson is the new vice president of North American operations for the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions. IAPPA, which will have its attractions expo here next month, just opened its Orlando-based North American office....
  • Controlling the message: India's Modi chooses state media

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Prime Minister Narendra Modi has anointed India's state-backed broadcaster as his media brand of choice, helping shield his government from tough questions and prompting private news outlets to complain that they are being kept out...
  • A political crisis called Ebola

    A political crisis called Ebola
    Until last week, Ebola was merely a humanitarian disaster and a threat to global health. Now it's a U.S. political crisis too. And that's not just because of the heightened vitriol between the two parties in an election year. The Obama administration's...
  • Rangers shut out weary Sharks

    The Sports Xchange By Dave Lozo, The Sports Xchange Rangers shut out weary Sharks NEW YORK -- Facing a tired club nearing the end of a lengthy road trip, the New York Rangers capitalized on the situation. Right winger Rick Nash scored his league-...
  • Ebola scare is the latest issue to cloud midterm election debate

    Fears that the West Africa Ebola outbreak could spread more widely in America have roiled a midterm election campaign that's already taken numerous unexpected detours, putting candidates in a reactive mode at a time when they had hoped to deliver their...