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Lehigh Valley ParentingAfter a three-month multi-million dollar makeover, Crayola Experience in Easton, will reopen at 9:30 a.m. Friday with a 110th birthday party for the eight original crayons. The popular tourist attraction now boasts 60,000 square feet of exhibit and has...
Lehigh Valley WildThe Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is preparing for another very busy holiday weekend at Beltzville State Park in Carbon County. “Our crowds exceed the capacity of our parking lots on Memorial Day weekend, and if we have nice...
Varsity the Blog - OrlandoSentinel.comTues., Sept. 18 Girls Volleyball Bishop Moore at Oviedo, 7:30 Buzz: No. 1 Bishop Moore managed to stay undefeated (6-0) after a difficult slew of matchups from the week and its schedule will not get any easier as the Hornets face No. 11 Oviedo. Wed.,...
Planet Florida - Orlando SentinelFlorida officials once again have recommended that dozens of state parks — 53 in this case — be closed to cut costs and help the governor shrink the state budget. Closure threats like that have been made in past years and not much of came of...
The Walt Disney Co. spent more than $1 billion in recent years rebuilding an underperforming theme park in Southern California. Now, though with far less fanfare, Comcast Corp. is doing something very similar in Central Florida. And it reaches its...
Children playing in Memorial Park this summer will have a place to escape the heat. La Cañada Flintridge completed a shade structure at the park's playground late last month with the support of a local organization. Mom's Club of the Foothills donated...
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Daily American Staff WriterJohn Livengood of Somerset enrolled in the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1940 when he was 18. "I couldn't find a nickel to get an ice cream cone," the 92-year-old said. "I never went to the movies — it cost 15 cents." It was during...
Story time in the Garden Join the West Chicago Library staff to explore some favorite stories and other activities in Cantigny's beautiful gardens at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 20. Contact Joslyn Jones at the library for and reservations by calling 630-231-...
For many years, as it grew from one theme park to four, Walt Disney World adhered to a simple principle: Each of those parks, no matter how disparate the attendance, was worthy of the same ticket price. No longer. When Disney raised ticket prices this...
Despite the drought that plagued Southern California last winter, river rafters can still get their paddles wet: Parts of Northern California and other Western states got the rain and snow that missed SoCal. California's Kings, Kern, Kaweah, Merced...
Tim Clauson has traveled around the world installing playgrounds for impoverished children. In 2010, during a trip to the Republic of Zambia, he learned that some children in the African country weren't even familiar with the concept. "They didn't...
The playground at the Salvation Army was in sad shape: It was 50 years old, falling apart and infested with bees. The playground was so shabby that kids were no longer allowed to play on it. That changed Friday, with a day-long construction blitz that...
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