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ReutersHoneymooners and other tourists from the Gulf are heading to the throbbing heart of Dubai to beat the summer heat by cooling off at the first "ice lounge" in the Middle East. The interior decor of Dubai's Chillout cafe is made entirely of carved ice,...
Eyewitness SportsTwo reigning state champions will get a chance to defend their titles at the 6A state track and field championships. The level of competition at the 6A regional meet in Dodge City allowed them to shine. Dodge City's Bryce Sonday swept the discus...
As summer nears and vacation planning gears up, South Florida hotels and attractions are rolling out promotions to woo locals and other Floridians through their doors to help boost business during the typically slower tourist season. With the economy...
Although Maryland has handed out five casino operating licenses, the state is entering uncharted territory with the allocation of its sixth. For the first time, there's real competition. Three serious operators submitted bids to run a casino in Prince...
email@example.comSpringfield, Mo. -- One hundred years ago this weekend, the Springfield-Greene County Park Board was born. That's when city leaders began looking for land to buy and build new parks. "We come here a lot," said Misty DeLong, a mother of a two-year-old,...
Tags: Travel, Gardens and Parks
Tribune staff reporterNavy Pier, the highly commercialized tourist attraction jutting into Lake Michigan, will take on a more park-like feel under the first phase of redevelopment plans to be formally announced Friday morning. The initial remake does not include some of the...
Jeremiah Egan, who works in banquet set-up at the Newport News Marriott at City Center, was recently named the “2012-2013 Gregory Cherry Tourism Professional of the Year.” Newport News Mayor McKinley Price presented Egan with the award...
Apopka plans to look for the money needed to take its eco-tourism plan for Lake Apopka from drawing board to reality, said Richard Anderson, chief administrative officer of Orange County's second-largest city. "We think it's time to press forward with...
Tags: Lake Apopka, Apopka, Ecotourism, Travel
HENRYVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Volunteers are set to help with a one-day project to build a new playground in a southern Indiana town still recovering from a devastating tornado that hit last year. The playground equipment at the Henryville Youth Sports...
Boyle County saw a 5.6 percent increase in tourism spending during 2012, according to an annual survey by the Kentucky Department of Travel. The survey, released earlier this week, examines the expenditure, employment and tax impacts generated by the...
Tags: Steve Beshear, Travel
Here's a bright idea: Take a tour of the Hillsboro Lighthouse on Saturday. Once a month, the Hillsboro Lighthouse Preservation Society offers tours of the historic structure, which is reachable only by boat. Boats push off from the Sands Harbor Resort...
They've been downtown, and now they're heading to the beach. The Restaurant People, the group behind popular Fort Lauderdale restaurants such as YOLO and Tarpon Bend Food & Tackle, have opened a new restaurant steps away from the sand on Fort Lauderdale...
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