Is there a Southern California equivalent to Boston’s Swan Boats? Not really.
This just in: Southern California gets hot, especially the desert. To avoid melting, you must take steps.
Boston has history the way Manhattan has density and Los Angeles has brown lawns. And one of Boston's busiest historic areas is Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
Crater Lake National Park in southern Oregon is famous for its deep, pure and blue lake -- and justifiably so, at least on blue-sky days.
This video gives you a good glimpse of Boston’s North End, where Paul Revere lived in the late 18th century, where legions of Italian immigrants set up their new lives in the late 19th century and where thousands of tourists head for dinner nightly in scores of Italian restaurants.
The Walt Disney Hometown Museum in Marceline, Mo., is hoping to revive the vintage Disneyland attraction known as Midget Autopia, the first park ride ever moved to a non-Disney property.
Well, yes, there might be a bigger hole in Oregon, depending on how you define a hole. But Crater Lake is pretty deep.
The California border was just behind us, and Times photographer Mark Boster and I were roaring up a rain-soaked Oregon highway past fog-shrouded forests and green-stubbled boulders.