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Times Staff WriterQuestion: My sister, 85, wants to go to Hawaii to visit her grandson, but she does not want to fly. Cruise lines and agencies have indicated this is impossible because of federal laws and restrictions that require a stop in a foreign port. Is there a...
Special to The TimesTHERE'S show business, and then there's snow business. Andrés Dominguez gets to dabble in both. The Chile-born, Canada-raised Dominguez spent 14 years as a sawmill and prop mill engineer before "I just got bored," he says. In 1991, a friend helped him...
Times Staff WriterThe Broughton Archipelago: Cruise to the coastal villages and ancient sites of the indigenous Kwakwakawakw of British Columbia aboard the 23-passenger Columbia III. Curator Lillian Hunt of the Umista Cultural Centre and its Potlatch Collection, Albert...
Tags: Travel, Tourism and Leisure, Canada, Cruises
Times Staff WriterTofino, Canada — For man is born for trouble, and sparks fly upward. — Job 5:7 -- This goes back 35 years. Yet what happened on Radar Beach that summer reverberates even today — kept alive by detectives who came up empty, by living...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAdmiral Adama arrived at the door with blood on his hands. "I'm sorry, I don't think you want me to shake," actor Edward James Olmos said, presenting his red palms. With his world-weary eyes and the stained cuffs of his military coat, he looked like...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIF YOU think wearing high heels to work is a grind, try tramping around stage at the Viper Room in stilettos with a guitar strapped to your back. But spiky shoes -- along with skinny jeans and loads of black eyeliner -- are part of what defines the...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterChinese soprano Liping Zhang has built a career out of playing submissive, self-negating heroines in the operas "Madame Butterfly" and "Turandot," both by Giacomo Puccini. In person, however, Zhang in many ways represents the polar opposite of the...
Tags: Culture, England, China, EMI Group Ltd., Politics
Special to The TimesTHOUGH fiercely buffeted by political crosswinds in 2005, Amtrak apparently has survived the political pressure that culminated with the firing of the company's president. As of now, the existing network will continue for 2006. On the plus side, the...
VANCOUVER, CANADA -- Paul Potts -- the British cellphone salesman turned singing sensation and YouTube phenom after dazzling skeptical judges with the operatic aria "Nessun Dorma" on "Britain's Got Talent" -- steps onstage at the Vancouver Centre for...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterYou'll never embarrass your teenager again. At least not while you're all on vacation. Just book one of the growing number of hotels, resorts and cruises that give teens their own tour guides and lounges, with discos, theater classes, spa treatments,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterVANCOUVER, Canada -- Back then, it didn't seem like a great career move. "I don't think anyone told me that I was crazy," William Gibson recalled last week, sitting on the leafy patio of a Creole restaurant near his home. "But they didn't read science...
Arthur Erickson, the prominent Canadian architect who designed the campus of Simon Fraser University, Robson Square in Vancouver and the Canadian Embassy in Washington, and whose work on the California Plaza towers in downtown Los Angeles nearly proved...
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