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Boos rained down from the Staples Center crowd as Anze Kopitar headed for the penalty box. The Kings center had been whistled for tripping even though, on the replay, it appeared his stick had merely tapped San Jose Sharks captain Joe Thornton on the...
Special CorrespondentCheck this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: Culinary features on Anna Maria Island Mainsail Beach Inn on Florida’s Anna Maria Island has partnered with the Beach Bistro to offer a number of culinary luxuries to...
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (MCT)ATLANTA -- An unfamiliar, unlit pool and a split-second decision to dive. That tragic combination changed Chase Jones’ life forever. The 28-year-old University of Georgia graduate broke three vertebrae in his neck, leaving him largely paralyzed...
The march of the penguins seems to mock evolution. If Emperor penguins just got up and flew 40 miles, they could get to their mates in no time flat. Why would evolution abide a tedious waddle across the ice? It turns out there’s method in the...
The Daily Independent, Ashland, Ky.A soft opening of Greenbo Lake State Resort Park's new scuba diving area will take place late next month, with an official opening date in July. Officials met at the park Thursday afternoon to hammer out final details, including rules, admission fees...
WethersfieldPine Acres Swim and Tennis Club in Wethersfield is finalizing its 2013 Summer swimming and tennis programs. For over 40 years, Pine Acres has been a summer sports development venue for competitive and recreational youth tennis players and swimmers from...
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The Columbus DispatchThrill-lovers won't find much in the way of mountain climbing or ocean surfing in central Ohio. But plenty of other outdoor adventures await Columbus-area residents and visitors willing to seek them out. Just plane exciting Central Ohio is a great...
Being a bona fide cheapster takes dedication, forcing folks to ask themselves just how far they are willing to go. Am I willing to scrounge through a big metal trash bin to save a few bucks, you might ask yourself. Go for it, we say. We once found a...
The Philadelphia InquirerEd Hackett's phone rattled on the steel kitchen shelf as a text came in. And normally, he wouldn't have answered. It was 8:45 on a Sunday night early last August, and his Diving Horse in Avalon was roaring into its second turn, getting crushed with 200-...
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Poolside climbing walls, humongous inflatable floatables and oversized slides built to mimic the racetrack at the Indianapolis 500. All of those are possibilities for future family outings at the Nazareth pool, just not this year. And, maybe not next...
Old World will meet New World on Sunday when the crew of El Galeón dives a historic wreck in shallow water off Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. South Florida adventurers can join the crew of the Spanish galleon and state archaeologists at 1 p.m. to explore the...
The Kansas City StarThe Kansas state swimming and diving titles for both Class 6A and 5-1A will be determined Friday and Saturday at the Capitol Federal Natatorium in Topeka. The 6A preliminaries begin at 10 a.m. with 5-1A set to start at 4 p.m. Finals for both classes...
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