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AMSTERDAM -- On a bike tour through southern Holland in June, my group stopped at Madurodam, a popular theme park that replicates the country in miniature. There is a little Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam's repository of Dutch masters; the town hall of Gouda, the...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPAARL, South Africa -- Hennie and Evelynne Durr are parents not easily rattled. So they didn't panic when the university letter arrived at their wine grape farm last May with police photographs of their daughter leading an illegal anti-apartheid march...
Tags: Family, Entertainment, Career and Workplace, Africa, Government
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPARIS -- One sign of the improving mood in Franco-American relations came recently when American Robert J. Fitzpatrick, president of the new Euro Disneyland under construction outside Paris, went to the Elysee Palace office of a senior French official...
Special CorrespondentCheck this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: Partnership for cruise line The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), founded nearly 200 years ago to advance geographical science, is to...
Taking a brief diversion from the maritime blogging, I'm updating you on a dredging project that kicked off in Rudee Inlet. The Army Corps of Engineers's Norfolk District office announced the work would start Monday and last four days as a dredge boat...
WASHINGTON — In trying to sell the idea of building a new rocket pad in Central Florida, Frank DiBello doesn't make comparisons to "Star Wars," "Star Trek" or moon landings. Instead, the head of Space Florida relies on a more earthbound analogy:...
Every Floridian can remember watching as oil gushed into the Gulf of Mexico just three short years ago. However, today, it is still unclear exactly what we have learned from that awful disaster as our government now considers allowing seismic airgun...
The small wooden trunk is covered with red leather, painted with an ocher floral embroidery and studded with brass nails — and it couldn't have announced its owner's intention more clearly. The 19-year-old Baltimore beauty who packed the trunk...
Tags: War of 1812, Mount Vernon, Family, U.S. Congress, France
Orlando SentinelPONTE VEDRA – Perhaps it was because he was back in familiar settings. The tall palm trees, the white sandy beaches and the sounds of waves crashing in from the Atlantic Ocean possibly brought back memories for Tommy Tuberville of a time nearly...
A grieving mother described Tuesday how her teenage son died in rough seas during a family outing at the beach. And with dangerous wind and ocean conditions expected to continue all week, she urged parents to take extra care. "The waves just pushed...
Agrieving mother described Tuesday how her teenage son died in rough seas during a family outing at the beach. And with dangerous wind and ocean conditions expected to continue all week, she urged parents to take extra care. “The waves just pushed...
ATLANTA (AP) — Americans gathered at memorials, museums and monuments and the president laid a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery to honor fallen service members on Memorial Day, as combat in Afghanistan approaches 12 years and the ranks of World...
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