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  • PGA Championship Preview: Tournament will have a European feel

     
    If some of the European golfers participating in this week's PGA Championship appear to feel at home on the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort in South Carolina, it's probably because it plays much more like something you'd find on the other side...
  • A tale of whales in Flagler Beach

    A tale of whales in Flagler Beach
    On a previous visit to Flagler Beach, I glimpsed a rare and wondrous site. Along with a handful of lunchtime diners at a rustic beachfront restaurant, I spotted a few North Atlantic right whales out in the distance in the Atlantic Ocean. The global...
  • Food FYI: FDA now bans BPAs from baby bottles

     
    Food FYI: FDA now bans BPAs from baby bottles...
  • Solutions to poverty, population growth, global warming [Google+ Hangout]

     
    As experts from three continents convene this week at UC Berkeley to discuss rapid population growth, climate change and other intractable problems, The Times will hold a live online video discussion -- via Google+ Hangout -- Thursday on potential...
  • With half a dozen competitive races, Central Florida voters have a chance to shape Tallahassee agenda

     
    In one corner of Central Florida, a Republican state representative and the Democratic chairman of Volusia County are competing for a Senate district that reaches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Ocala National Forest. In another, a Democratic state...
  • Weather Channel’s Isaac coverage to include first-time live reporting from Cuba

     
    As Tropical Storm Isaac progresses through the Atlantic Ocean and to the Gulf of Mexico (where it may possibly affect the Republican National Convention), The Weather Channel plans to cover the storm with on-camera meteorologists out in the field,...
  • Florida Beach Guide: Canaveral National Seashore

    Florida Beach Guide: Canaveral National Seashore
    There are plenty of no-nos at the pristine beaches of Canaveral National Seashore in Brevard County. But that's part of what keeps the 23 miles of pure Florida so unique. No cars on the beach, no places from which to rent rafts or buy sodas, no pier...
  • Florida Beach Guide: Daytona Beach

    Florida Beach Guide: Daytona Beach
    Daytona Beach remains one of the few Florida destinations where you can drive the minivan onto the sand, park it and unload for an easy family day in the sun and surf on lifeguard-patrolled beaches. But this traditional Atlantic Ocean vacation spot...
  • Florida Beach Guide: Clearwater Beach

    Florida Beach Guide: Clearwater Beach
    Clearwater Beach is a barrier island off a peninsula, so it takes some bridge-hopping to reach it. But three miles of powdery white beach and abundant family attractions await in this reawakening old shore town. Mom 'n' pop hotels, shops, restaurants and...
  • Florida Beach Guide: Amelia Island

    Florida Beach Guide: Amelia Island
    Northeast Florida's Amelia Island, an Atlantic Ocean barrier island, is like a family-friendly Key West minus the wild street parties and torrid heat -- and with better beaches. The town on the island, Fernandina Beach, a laid-back old shrimping village,...
  • Florida Beach Guide: Anastasia State Recreation Area, St. Augustine

    Florida Beach Guide: Anastasia State Recreation Area, St. Augustine
    Thousands of years have washed over this slender sandbar of a barrier island called Anastasia. But only recently has man written his history on this coastline. As you stand along the park's barren, wind-swept beach, squinting inland over light-washed...
  • History in the air in Lakeland

    History in the air in Lakeland
    In the era of the International Space Station, there's still something humbling about looking at news reports of Charles Lindbergh's solo, nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean from New York to Paris in 1927. Lindbergh is among the legendary aviation...