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While enjoying the cool weather in San Diego I have been fortunate to be able to do lots of different things. Frequent walks along the beach and the bay are always refreshing unless aggressive bike riders zip by within an inch or two. I appreciate it that...
Tags: Elvis Presley, Esther Williams, John Powell
Harry Judd Rose, a retired bus driver with the Maryland Transit Administration and a World War II veteran, died Sunday at Gilchrist Hospice Care from complications of a fall. He was 94, and died four days after his daughter, Diane Beverly Rose, 62, who...
Lisa is cursing at the Tom Tom on the dashboard. I am cursing at my dysfunctional laptop and/or cellphone. It is raining and cold. Our windows are fogged. Probably with the steam from our ears. This is what happens when 21st-century reporters go off in...
Channel 2 NewsThe 1933 hit movie “Eskimo” is about to come out of obscurity, thanks to a recently published book about its leading man. “Eskimo Star: From the Tundra to Tinseltown, The Ray Mala Story,” will be celebrated at a gala book signing...
ACAPULCO, Mexico (AP) — Acapulco long ago lost the international popularity contest to Cancun. Yet one of Mexico's oldest resort cities endures, despite a ruinous swine-flu outbreak in 2009 and now drug-gang beheadings and massacres. Acapulco, a...
Tags: Mexico, Elections, Mexico City, John Wayne, Crimes
Tribune staff reporterOn Friday, the International Olympic Committee will decide whether the host city for the 2016 Summer Olympics will be Chicago, Tokyo, Madrid or Rio de Janeiro. Here are 10 facts about the five-ring circus: 1. Olympic sites are chosen by secret ballot, so...
Associated PressACAPULCO, Mexico (AP) - It was a shootout straight from Hollywood in the former playground of its biggest stars: Masked and heavily armed Mexican soldiers battled outlaws holed up in a hillside mansion in a four-hour shootout that had tourists cowering in...
KTLA NewsORANGE PARK, Fla. -- He pronounced the Wicked Witch of the East as "really most sincerely dead" in the classic movie, " The Wizard of Oz." Meinhardt Raabe who played the Munchkin coroner in the 1939 film has died. Raabe was the oldest surviving Munchkin...
The state you're in is pretty amazing. People by the millions come every year from around the world to Florida for a slice of sunshine and a theme park thrill. There are lots of sights and activities that deserve your attention, too. Imagine all the...
Tags: Children, Mangos, Trips and Vacations, State Parks, Marriage
South Florida Sun-SentinelSure, we're the hot spot for fancy-schmancy swimming pools. Pools with waterfalls and whirlpools. Pools with flower gardens and crazy shapes. But for a swimming hole like no other, don't miss the Venetian Pool in Coral Gables. It's not just a lot of...
Olympian Michael Phelps and his coach, Bob Bowman, hoping to replicate their athletic success in the world of business, will announce a partnership today aimed at transforming the Meadowbrook Aquatic Center in Mount Washington into a world-class...
"The Tarzan Collection, Vol. 2" (Warner, $40): After a successful decade at MGM, the "Tarzan" franchise moved to RKO in 1943. Johnny Weissmuller, who played Tarzan, made the move to the new studio, as did Johnny Sheffield as his son Boy and their pet...
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