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Times Staff WriterVisiting Las Vegas to hike? Where, one wag asked, from New York-New York to Paris to the Sahara? Not quite. As my wife and I learned a couple of months ago, Vegas has plenty to offer as an outdoors destination. A short drive from the Strip puts you...
Tribune staff reportersIn a darkened gallery of this city's new Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum, visitors walk a gantlet of ghostly, videographic faces, many spewing insults and hate-filled rhetoric like Lincoln may have heard as he pondered emancipation. "Negro recruits,"...
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Tribune staff reporterBefore there was a Washington, D.C., there was Georgetown. Located just up the Potomac from the Kennedy Center, it's nowadays known mostly as the capital's toniest neighborhood and the resident headquarters of the eastern establishment's political elite....
It's a big world out there, and the cruise lines want to show it to you. The islands and Alaska remain the meat and potatoes of the cruise diet, but the menu expands every year, with new ports, routes and pre- and post-cruise land tours in Asia, South...
Times Staff WriterThe Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post each won three Pulitzer Prizes on Monday, and the Boston Globe won the prestigious Public Service gold medal for its coverage of sex abuse scandals plaguing the Roman Catholic Church. The Globe's tenacious...
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