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The New York TimesFor my first visit to Florida, I had only one requirement. I didn't want the experience to be one big theme park. No problem, as it turned out; I was sent there to work, at a trade show in Orlando. With my colleague Dwayne, a landscaper and avocational...
Times Staff WriterNew York's secret gardens Surprising, serene refuges soften the city's hard-edged corners, cacophony and crowds. By Susan Spano Times NEW YORK Broadway runs on a diagonal; the D train goes to Yankee Stadium; for bagels, go to H&H on the Upper West...
Special To The SunWhen architect Darragh Brady and her husband, Edward, decided to move from New York City to Baltimore in 1989, they had no idea where they would end up living. On an exploratory trip, they drove through a small neighborhood in Pikesville called...
Times Staff WriterOne of the great ironies of the war in Iraq is that, despite the continuing human carnage, Baghdad's physical structures were preserved relatively intact. Reminders that this is a city under siege — razor wire, military checkpoints, barricaded...
A recent visit to Boston reminded me what an extraordinary case our neighbor has made securing national support of its cultural treasures. The Freedom Trail, conceived 40 years ago by Boston's downtown business community, symbolizes civic pride and the...
Tribune staff reporterYOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK,Calif.--Rangers and tour guides in this wondrous spot repeatedly ask visitors to imagine how such an abundance of natural magnificence came to be. It's as if so much beautiful mountain scenery in one relatively tiny area poses a...
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