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CURACAO — There is absolutely nothing wrong with Cozumel or the Bahamas. But once you've seen them, it's time to branch out. Cruise lines are experimenting with all kinds of interesting Caribbean itineraries that expose travelers to a broader...
Coming up on the second annual Afro-Caribbean Improvised Music Festival, organizer Omar Torres-Kortright isn't nervous. For him the success is that so many people have come together to help the micro-festival come into being — again. When...
Royal Caribbean has yet another ship in its fleet fresh from a face lift after a three-week, $29 million dry dock for the Serenade of the Seas. The ship was the recipient of the Royal Advantage program, which has already touched seven previous ships in...
Since parenting teenagers is a daily battle (that I seem to be losing), positive reinforcement is my latest tactic. In my experience nagging requires a lot of effort for little reward. It's even been said that you use fewer muscles when smiling than...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Travel
This week the ladies are headed to Bimini. My initial reaction is, where the heck is Bimini? For those of us who don't know about beautiful, Caribbean islands, Bimini is an island located in the Bahamas. My next thought is why do the Bravo producers keep...
Tags: Bahamas, Aspirin (drug), Trips and Vacations, Travel
Disney Cruise Line is bringing all its ships home to Florida in 2014. The Disney Magic will make its way to Port Canaveral joining the line's two newest ships, the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy, while the Disney Wonder will be based out of Miami. It's...
Ed Perkins On TravelNo, I don't mean the University of Miami's football team -- although they're coming, too. I mean real hurricanes. Tropic storm Isaac, with its potential escalation into a hurricane, ushers in the 2012 hurricane season. And if you're planning travel...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGNinety Miles music brings Cuba closer to the Lehigh Valley...
A daughter of Cuban president Raúl Castro says the United States should release five imprisoned Cuban intelligence officers in exchange for the Maryland aid worker held for more than two years in Havana. "I think that the six must be released —...
Tags: Benjamin L. Cardin, Havana (Cuba), Cuba, Prisons, Punishment
Premium Health News ServiceA brush with a pit viper is not a relaxing experience. These snakes are venomous, can grow to several meters long and will be on to you long before you know they're there, sensing your body heat with a pair of highly sensitive infrared-detecting organs...
Staff WriterThe community is invited to attend a free vocal concert by Leah Brown, dramatic, operatic mezzo-soprano. The concert will be at 4 p.m. Sunday in First United Methodist Church, 312 S. Eighth St., El Centro. Brown, known for her riveting operatic...
Tags: Opera (genre), Storrs, Music, Trinidad and Tobago, Education
The Baltimore SunOne of my predecessors on The Sun's copy desk, Bob Grover, once briskly called for a halt to "silly pointless hair-splitting debates." It was futile, of course; copy editors live for silly pointless hair-splitting debates. The late storm the weather...
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