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Roger Ebert, one of America's preeminent and popular film critics, has announced that he will reduce the amount of writing he takes on as he fights a new battle with cancer, calling it a "leave of presence." Writing on his site Tuesday night, Ebert said...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGGuitar wizard Steve Howe is a Yes man. Yes, with Steve Howe at left Howe even recently gave up his slot in the seven-year-old reunion of 1980s prog rock hit making group Asia to concentrate on the similarly reunited Yes,......
Armchair travelers and adventurer-seekers who dream of getting off the grid will find a taste of the exotic in a new trip being organized by Asia Transpacific Journeys called The Wild Jungles of Borneo. The April 8-21 trip will explore the Southeast...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Asia, Wildlife, Travel
The rate of foreign tourists visiting Los Angeles continues to grow, and local businesses are changing to better serve big-spending international vacationers. The city welcomed 41.4 million last year, surpassing the previous record of 40.4 million...
Tags: Business, Travel, Tourism and Leisure
Trade bad karma for good next month at the International Yoga Festival in the Garwhal Himalayas, India. The March 1-7 event, organized by Parmarth Niketan ashram, includes 70 hours of yoga classes, evening discussions with spiritual leaders and other...
Is Mexico safe? That's the question that gets a lot of media attention. When six tourists from Spain were raped earlier this month in Acapulco, speculation began anew. But the tourism board in Cancun, 1,200 miles away and in a state for which the U.S....
The arrival of the Lunar New Year this month seems to have sparked an epiphany for area shopping centers: Asian and Asian American consumers have a growing pile of money and want to spend it where they're welcome. So in the Year of the Snake, malls...
Tags: Simon Property Group, Inc., Nordstrom, Consumers, China, Travel
RedEyeInternational man of mystery, Justin Bieber is not. (His middle name also isn't Danger. If you didn't get that reference, you have permission to skip work and go home now.) Canada's favorite drop-crotch pants-wearer, who recently achieved drinking age...
Tags: Shortness of Breath, Justin Bieber, Travel
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- Gunmen on motorcycles kidnapped seven French tourists, including four children, who had been staying at a nature reserve in Cameroon near its border with Nigerian border, French President Francois Hollande said Tuesday....
Tags: Armed Forces, Italy, Al-Qaeda, Nigeria, Wars and Interventions
Orlando SentinelFamous Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez spoke Monday at a public meeting at Miami-Dade College’s Freedom Tower in downtown Miami. The stop was part of a world tour the writer is taking that included a visit to Washington D.C. over the weekend and a...
Andy Murray erased a championship point Sunday and rallied past David Ferrer, 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (1), in a grueling, dramatic final in the Sony Open at Key Biscayne, Fla. One point from defeat in the last set, Murray skipped a forehand off the baseline to...
Tags: PGA Tour, Tennis, Golf, Tennis Channel (tv network), Travel
International travelers who want to put on a happier face may find just what they’re looking for at Manila’s Sofitel Philippine Plaza, which has opened Vietura, a health and aesthetic institute that's said to be the first facility of its...
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