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  • Web Buzz: MochaMeet.com makes meet-ups a snap

    Stop hiding from your friends. With this website, meet-ups just got easier, whether you're traveling the globe for business or pleasure. Name: MochaMeet.com What it does: Simplifies the planning process for group meet-ups around the world. What's...
  • Hotels take fitness amenities to the great outdoors

    Hotels take fitness amenities to the great outdoors
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - From sightseeing city runs and nature hikes down country trails to surfing sessions, hotels are luring leisure and business clients outside their climate-controlled rooms for outdoor activities to keep fit while traveling for business...
  • Travel tips from Los Angeles Times readers

    Travel tips from Los Angeles Times readers
    Go ahead — we dare you to read this list of travel tips and not clap your hand to your head and say, "Why didn't I think of that?" When we asked readers to contribute their best tips for travel, we were overwhelmed by the number and comsengen (a...
  • Booking flights too early can be as expensive as booking too late

    Booking flights too early can be as expensive as booking too late
    Anyone who has booked a last-minute flight knows you pay more when you wait. But you also pay more if you book too early. What's too early? What's too late? Pity the poor fare geek trying to hit that elusive sweet spot. Discount travel site Cheapair....
  • Hastert used government office for private business

    Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert has conducted private business ventures through a little-known government office that has cost taxpayers about $1.8 million, a Tribune investigation has found. Federal law allows former House speakers to...
  • The Frugal Traveler: Business travelers to Edmonton have access to arts, entertainment

    The Frugal Traveler: Business travelers to Edmonton have access to arts, entertainment
    Whether you're traveling to Edmonton on business or taking advantage of its nature gateway status to access such attractions as Jasper National Park or the Blackfoot Provincial Recreation Area, you'll find the city has much more to offer than overnight...
  • Scouting the gems of San Juan

    Scouting the gems of San Juan
    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — This island offers so many visual treats — gorgeous beaches, rugged hills, beautiful churches and majestic historic forts — that dining becomes a virtual afterthought. A hunk of meat or fish, some sides of mofongo...
  • Duke's Williams comes home for NCAA regional at ODU

    Duke's Williams comes home for NCAA regional at ODU
    NORFOLK — The Duke University women's basketball team received a home-cooked meal 200 miles from campus Friday evening, which should translate to a sizeable show of support at the NCAA tournament's Norfolk Regional. Center Elizabeth Williams'...
  • Roderick Mann dies at 87; former Times showbiz columnist

    Roderick Mann dies at 87; former Times showbiz columnist
    Roderick Mann, a British-born show business writer who interviewed many of the world's biggest stars during a more than 40-year career that included serving as an entertainment columnist for the Los Angeles Times, died early Friday morning. He was 87....
  • At 100, the Zegna textile firm and suit maker is looking good

    At 100, the Zegna textile firm and suit maker is looking good
    The Italian textile manufacturer and men's suit maker Ermenegildo Zegna is scheduled to bring its yearlong, peripatetic centennial celebration to its Beverly Hills store on Tuesday. At almost exactly the same time, New York Fashion Week hits full stride...
  • Eat, pray, love — and shop

    Eat, pray, love — and shop
    Fans of Elizabeth Gilbert's memoir-turned-movie "Eat Pray Love" won't have to settle for a dog-eared book or a ticket stub as the only mementos of their literary and cinematic journeys through Italy, India and Bali. A massive amount of related merchandise...