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  • 'Amelia'

    'Amelia'
    Two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank plays legendary aviatrix Amelia Earhart, whose disappearance over the Atlantic Ocean has remained a mystery for seven decades, in director Mira Nair's lavishly filmed if predictable biography. Determined to live her life...
  • New book picks 10 best of everything for families

    The 10 best places for ice cream, roller coasters, music festivals and wildlife-watching are just a few of the lists you'll find in The 10 Best of Everything Families: An Ultimate Guide for Travelers. The new book ($21.95) from National Geographic, by...
  • 'Amelia' author and director: Amelia Earhart would be right at home with us today

    'Amelia' author and director: Amelia Earhart would be right at home with us today
    Amelia Earhart wasn't much more than "a face on a postage stamp" to Indian director Mira Nair when she took on the assignment of directing Hilary Swank as the famed aviatrix in the new bio-pic Amelia. Fortunately, "we had this bible we used to...
  • Movie review: Amelia -- 3 out of 5 stars

    Movie review: Amelia -- 3 out of 5 stars
    Amelia has magnificent period settings and airplanes and majestic aerial photography. It boasts the two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank, perfectly cast as Amelia Earhart, with Richard Gere as Earhart's promoter-publisher husband, George Putnam. They even...
  • Orlando Science Center: Explorer/author will talk about his search for Amelia Earhart's plane

    Orlando Science Center: Explorer/author will talk about his search for Amelia Earhart's plane
    Underseas explorer Dave Jourdan has lead two expeditions in search of the plane of Amelia Earhart, who is believed to have crashed into the Pacific Ocean during a round-the-world flight in 1937. Jourdan has completed a book about his search, The Deep...
  • The wonder under

    CARLSBAD CAVERNS NATIONAL PARK, N.M.--The story sounds like one of those tall tales that cowpokes recount beside the campfire. It asks you to believe that this part of the world used to sit smack-dab down by the equator, that the rocks beneath your feet...
  • Tracing the roots of democracy in N.Y.

    When I planned my first trip to New York City — so long ago that one of the biggest-selling guidebooks was titled "New York on $5 a Day" — I read that this was the only city besides Washington where the president could visit and most residents...
  • Lewis and Clark: A tough act--and trail--to follow

    When they made their way to the Pacific, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark knew development would follow. Settlers already were settling in even before they'd finished their return to civilization two years later. What they couldn't know: Two great...
  • Decline and Vidal

    According to Gore Vidal, American society has three ways of handling its critics: "One is to black you out altogether, which they did with Noam Chomsky--he can't get published anywhere; he's been made a nonperson. Or they demonize you, which they did with...