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Getting around • Leave your car at home. Street parking is almost impossible to find, and parking lot rates are extravagant in Manhattan. • Subways are normally the fastest and easiest way to get around the city. Individual tickets and multi-...
10 PLACES TO SEE BEFORE YOU'RE 10 From Travel+Leisure online: •American Visionary Art Museum, Baltimore •Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, Va. •Disneyland, Anaheim, Calif. •Ellis Island, New York •Grand Canyon, Ariz....
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says the crown of the Statue of Liberty will reopen July 4. Salazar made the announcement Friday morning from in the statue's crown on NBC's "Today." The statue was closed to the public after 9/11 because of security...
Special To The SunAnnapolis -- In this city of maritime culture, politics and the Naval Academy, where history and tradition are practically embedded in the narrow cobblestone streets -- something new is afoot. Literally. A unique series of walking tours that highlight...
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Sonia Nazario and Don Bartletti received more than 200 letters about their work on "Enrique's Journey." Here are their responses to readers' most common questions. How did you come to write this story? Sonia Nazario: Iíve spent my newspaper career...
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Tribune arts criticIn this season of our sitcomic discontent, with such favorites as "Friends" and "Frazier" in retirement, "Will & Grace" (7:40 p.m. Thursday, WMAQ-Ch. 5) returns as one of the old reliables, its once groundbreaking setup (a gay man and his straight...
Times Staff WriterLunch was modest: a turkey sandwich on wheat. But the view was first class. "Drop-dead gorgeous" was the way a fellow hiker described the panorama below as we picnicked on a hillside. To the left was the Bay Bridge; in front was San Francisco's skyline;...
Tribune staff reportersCommemorations of the first anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks unfolded in time zones around the globe Wednesday, but the eyes of the world focused on ground zero. Ringed by police snipers and circled overhead by a military helicopter gunship,...
Times Staff WriterFly back with me to the year 2000. The average hotel rate in New York is $237 plus tax, or about $270. Three nights' lodging, two plane tickets from L.A., museum admissions, modest meals, cabs — suddenly a long weekend is $1,500. And you haven't...
Special to the Sun-SentinelPart of the pleasure of South Florida living is being able to enjoy the ocean, play tourist without taking a train, plane, or car ride, and appreciate the abundance of beachside bistros. Phil Frances, a 39-year-old massage therapist, loves to go to...
Alexi Murdoch, a long-haired, bearded singer-songwriter, stands on the Troubadour stage, picking a moody scale on his guitar and singing an expressive, introspective lyric. The crowd, which includes press, record label reps and movie soundtrack...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday July 14, 2000 †††††To be a teenager is to feel different, misunderstood, perhaps even a bit of a mutant. It was the gift of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the creators of the Marvel comic decades ago, to realize with "X-Men" that conflicted...
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