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  • 'Land Ho!' embarks on two men's adventures in Iceland

    Calling something a feel-good film always feels like a pejorative, so let's just say that after seeing "Land Ho!" you are very likely to feel a good deal better. This rather unassuming film is a bit like an amiable Iceland travelogue with plentiful...
  • Religion briefs

    Redeemer Bible school Vacation Bible School with the theme "Jesus on the Farm," with Bible stories, crafts, recreation and snacks, will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday, July 28-Aug. 1, at the Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer, 7606...
  • Top 15 for 2015: Best new rides coming to U.S. theme parks

    Top 15 for 2015: Best new rides coming to U.S. theme parks
    At first I thought it was too early to look ahead at the new attractions coming to U.S. theme parks in 2015, but then I realized a number of big rides have already been announced and many more are already in the planning stages. It already seems like...
  • Obama increasingly taking his message beyond Washington

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama is often seen this summer outside the White House, strolling down a city street, joking with ordinary Americans, grabbing a burger or a waffle cone. Just a regular guy. This week it's in Denver. A few weeks ago, in St....
  • Universal's Diagon Alley opens with long lines, die-hard Potter fans

    Universal's Diagon Alley opens with long lines, die-hard Potter fans
    Thousands of happy Harry Potter fans transformed Diagon Alley into a street party — and an endurance test — as Universal Studios' new attraction opened its gates Tuesday. Parkgoers stood in a snaking queue for at least two hours to get...
  • Erika Ettin: Dare to be different in online profiles

    If you know me at all, you know I'm one of the most outgoing people around. I like to sing, play ping pong and tennis, wear pink, try new restaurants, and do math. (I guess I have both the left and right brain thing going for me.) Now, let me introduce...
  • American, Southwest signal solid demand ahead of earnings

    (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc and Southwest Airlines Co forecast growth in an important revenue measure for the second quarter, signaling that demand for air travel is solid during the summer. Unit revenue, also known as passenger revenue per...
  • Orioles-Nationals game postponed because of rain Tuesday, to be made up Aug. 4

    Orioles-Nationals game postponed because of rain Tuesday, to be made up Aug. 4
    WASHINGTON -- Thanks to a persistent rainstorm Tuesday night, the budding Orioles-Nationals rivalry has been moved 50 miles up the road, but it will make a return appearance to the nation’s capital in August. Tuesday’s finale of a two-game...
  • Author offers tips on 'Cruising Connecticut with a Picnic Basket'

    When you're wondering what to do on those lazy summer days, you might give some thought to day-tripping: packing a picnic and heading out on the road in search of adventure. If you're not sure where to go or what to do in Connecticut, author Jan Mann has...
  • UConn Insists: No Taxpayer, Tuition Dollars Funded Hillary

    UConn Insists: No Taxpayer, Tuition Dollars Funded Hillary
    The University of Connecticut reasserted its position Tuesday that neither taxpayer dollars nor student tuition money were used to pay Hillary Clinton's $251,250 speaker's fee. Nor, the university insists, was taxpayer or tuition money used to pay for...
  • UConn Releases Field Hockey Schedule

    UConn, which won the national championship in field hockey last season, announced its schedule for the 2014 season. Here is the release from Storrs: Defending Champs Will Play 17 Regular-Season Games STORRS, Conn. – The University of Connecticut's...