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A glitch that failed to notify applicants of the shutdown has been fixed, Customs and Border Protection says. You have two options to complete the process.
The luxury brand hotel is set to open early next year and is less than a mile from the Anaheim Convention Center
Lionsgate Entertainment World, opening July 31 on Hengqin Island in China, may be the world’s first PG-13 theme park.
The coulees, or deep ravines, were born of long-ago floods, which left soil that wine grapes love. Add a concert venue and spectacular vistas and it’s become a trifecta for tourists.
You might think that eating your way through the land of lochs and Robert Burns might yield slim pickings. You’d be wrong about that -- and the haggis.
The LAX center where applicants complete the application process probably will remain closed through September.
There’s no guarantee you’ll get TSA PreCheck, which speeds you through the airport security. Here are some of the reasons it may not be happening for you.
Universal Studios Hollywood rushes to open its Jurassic World ride, which uses the latest technology.
WEEKEND ESCAPES
Maybe you’re not a contender for the Tour de France, but you don’t have to be if you’re biking Sacramento’s American River Parkway, the trail that starts in the historic district and ends in Folsom.
As I was looking for some self-care in the Sierra Nevada after a knee injury, I heard about a long-established hot springs at a little outpost called Benton, Calif., near the Nevada border.
With the release of the Netflix film “Wine Country,” a romp through the vineyards might never be the same.
I had college alumni work to do this spring in Tehachapi (Yes, you’ve heard of it, but where is it exactly?)
This year marks the 100th anniversary of Grand Canyon National Park, which means it’s the ideal time to visit the quiet, uncrowded North Rim.
Groveland, a historic Gold Rush town about 25 miles outside Yosemite National Park’s westernmost entrance, is an ideal layover when visiting the park.
I’ve stopped in the Sierra town of Bishop for fuel, groceries and supplies since the late ’60s when Dad would pause here on the way to Mammoth.
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