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  • Gov. Jerry Brown, Mexico's president talk trade in L.A.

    Gov. Jerry Brown and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto shared the stage in Los Angeles to speak about opportunities for the Golden State and its southern neighbor to work together on business opportunities, climate change and higher education....
  • Diagon Alley adds new magic to Universal Orlando

    ORLANDO, Fla. Rachel diMonda, 20, stood at a medallion in the ground labeled "Meteolojinx" and waved her wand left, then right. Like magic or more like an extremely savvy feat of theme park planning an umbrella extending from the side of the building...
  • The logistics of getting Penn State to Ireland for the Croke Park Classic

    The logistics of getting Penn State to Ireland for the Croke Park Classic
    After fitting more than 300 people and 10 tons of cargo onto their chartered Boeing 747, Penn State's operations staff will search for one crucial piece of equipment they purposely left at home. An air horn. Head coach James Franklin can't conduct...
  • Napa Valley, shaking off earthquake, says it's open for business

    Napa Valley, shaking off earthquake, says it's open for business
    Only hours after the shaking stopped from the biggest quake to hit Napa Valley in 25 years, the phones at Mike Noel's Napa travel agency began to ring. Anxious clients wondered whether the magnitude 6.0 shaker would derail their visit. "I've been...
  • Chris Hemsworth and Charlie Day to Take 'Vacation' With the Griswolds

    Chris Hemsworth and Charlie Day are in negotiations to join the cast of New Line's "Vacation" reboot starring Ed Helms and Christina Applegate. "Horrible Bosses" scribes John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein were set to make their feature directorial...
  • Field trips: fun – and educational

    Field trips: fun – and educational
    Most school children love a field trip. The term "field trip" originally designated an excursion to collect specimens for botanists, geologists and their ilk. But by the 20th century, the term had evolved to indicate any sort of trip out of the...
  • Pilgrimages to Israel inspire local Jews

    Anne Goldberg, 62, of Tamarac, had never been to Israel before the pilgrimage she took with the Davie-based Temple Adath Or (TAO) in June. It also was TAO's first pilgrimage to Israel as a temple. TAO brought a party of 52 people — 49 adults...
  • Williams, Heaps share thoughts on Kaaya and more Monday notes

    CORAL GABLES—A day after the Hurricanes named freshman Brad Kaaya their starter, the two more experienced quarterbacks on Miami’s roster both said they’ll do everything possible to help him transition into his new role. Ryan Williams,...
  • Should kids miss school for family vacations?

    Should kids miss school for family vacations?
    I'm one of those moms: The one who has to see solid proof of illness before my kid can stay home from school. My son hates this. He points out all his friends who simply have to cough twice for a get-out-of-school-free card. That's never been my style....
  • American and US Airways pull fares from Orbitz over fee dispute

    Amid a feud over fees, American Airlines has stopped posting its fares on the travel website Orbitz.com and also plans to pull fares for US Airways next week. American Airlines, which has merged with US Airways, said it has failed to reach an...
  • Mexican president meets with Gov. Brown, lauds treatment of immigrants

    Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, speaking at a luncheon held in honor of his visit to California, thanked Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday for respecting immigrants "whether they have citizenship or not, whether they have legal status or not." "The...