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Orlando Sentinel Posted November 1, 2004 Theme Parks Animal Kingdom, 500-acre home to more than 1,000 animals, plus shows and rides: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily ("Mickey's Jammin' Jungle Parade" at 4 p.m. daily); Walt Disney World, off Interstate 4 southwest of...
Times Staff WriterWhy would a man holler "I love Hood River!" in a crowded movie theater? The answer begins 25 years ago, when this town was in trouble deeper than the river that flows past it. To visualize those bad old days, you need to look beyond the brightly colored...
Special to The TimesThe owners of the defunct Broughton lumber mill on the windsurfing-crazed Columbia River Gorge envision a 68-acre resort on their site that opponents say would spoil the federally protected shoreline along the choppy waters separating Oregon and...
Tags: Windsurfing, Sports, Surfing, Sailing, Around The World Sailing
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 9, 2003 – Southern California is widely recognized for its diverse geography and adventurous outdoor recreation. Starting today, the Los Angeles Times is launching Outdoors, a new weekly section that will be the definitive...
Special CorrespondentBong opened at the beginning of the year, in the space once occupied by the restaurant Mezzanotte. A great deal of expense went into renovations turning the expanse into a sleek, attractive edifice combing modern touches with Asian artifacts. The finished...
A lanky cowboy out of the Dakota Badlands, one quarter Lakota Sioux, Hoddy Younger first rode the place in 1937 and never left. It was that kind of wave. He dubbed the spot Tijuana Straits and so it would be known, though principally among those...
Tags: Windsurfing, Death, Sports, Surfing
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