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  • Daytrippers: Boston Segway Tour

    Daytrippers: Boston Segway Tour
    They’re geeked up from the get go in the north end of Boston. Here tourism has gone high tech. With all due respect to a trolley ride, there are those advocating a Segway glide. At about 10 miles per hour, Boston Gliders Segway Adventures is finding their gyroscopic niche covering the historic town in a futuristic way. “You know its pretty cool that we’re seeing one of the most historic cities on one of the newest most fan dangled things we could find,” said guide Jim Williamson, who insists on being called “Captain Jimbo.”
  • Good times for San Antonio's River Walk

    Good times for San Antonio's River Walk
    Dining alfresco on the famed River Walk has its risks. Trust me. I know. One pleasantly temperate afternoon not long ago, while gearing up to ravage a plate of chicken enchiladas slathered in verde sauce, I unrolled my cloth napkin to fetch the...

    Six Flags, 50 years later

    Six Flags, 50 years later
    Somewhere between Skull Island and the Crazy Horse Saloon, I lost her. There I was in the blistering sun of a Texas summer, a 7-year-old in rumpled shorts and a pixie haircut, suddenly missing a sister 12 years my senior. I remember feeling afraid, but I...

    Cisneros talks writing and Mexiphobia

    Cisneros talks writing and Mexiphobia
    Sandra Cisneros has a lot of questions Or, at least, that is what she said on Monday when she gave a lecture at UIC titled "Writing in the Time of Mexiphobia, or Packing Your Papers" in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. After carrying what...

    U2 fans line up early at M&T stadium

    U2 fans line up early at M&T stadium
    Christine Spencer left her home in Frederick at 3 a.m. just so she could get a jump on the thousands of U2 fans expected to pack M&T Stadium on Wednesday night. The early effort paid off. Just before noon, she and her two friends were among the first...