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Big, bigger, biggest is not what cruising is all about in 2013. In fact, most of this year's new ships are designed for river cruising, carrying fewer than 200 passengers. Woodland Hills-based Viking River Cruises leads the way, introducing 10 new...
LONDON – Pressing ahead where others have balked, 11 European countries received the green light Tuesday to plan a financial transaction tax that could generate billions of dollars in revenue for cash-strapped governments. Led by Germany and...
Skipping senior year and moving on to the future is easier than it seems. Turns out, four years is not necessary to obtain 24 credits. Sagemont School junior Daniel Cardamone made the decision to graduate early because he would prefer not to waste a...
Is one of your plans for 2013 to retire somewhere your retirement income will stretch the furthest? Or are you just beginning to scout out retirement options? In any case, you might well want to check out one or more of the most highly recommended...
Tags: Panama, Chile, Costa Rica, Italy, Ecuador
This month, the Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center plays host to more than 40 paintings documenting James Parsons' travels throughout North America, Russia, Portugal, Italy, France and other countries. The paintings are in oil, acrylic and...
Tags: Italy, Business Enterprises, Fine Artists, Russia, Artists
Is the weather outside frightful? Well, what's inside the wine is delightful: warming flavors of dark red fruits — as in a berry pie steaming from the oven; chalky, chewy tannins to give the jaw both a workout and a sense of purpose; and often...
Tags: Wines, Chile, Italy, Alcoholic Beverages, France
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Carolyn Cluff's husband is injured in Portugal and he misses part of his tour. Now their travel insurance company is balking at paying their claim, even though their policy should cover them. How does she persuade the insurance company to reconsider? Q:...
World NowEurope’s economic gloom deepened Wednesday on the back of news that unemployment in the 17-nation Eurozone hit another record high in September as the region’s debt crisis continued to sap the confidence of business owners, investors and...
It was the romance and little girl dreams that drew Naomi Fuhrman to horses. But it's her love of them that's kept her there. Fuhrman, a cadet at the United States Military Academy at West Point and a member of the equestrian team, developed a love of...
Tags: U.S. Military, West Point, Equestrian, Horse (animal)
My answer to a question that I always get asked — "Where is the best wine for the money being made these days?" — shifts with time. Thirty years ago, I'd answer "Australia"; then it was "Chile and Argentina"; a few years ago, "southern...
Tags: Wines, Cherries, France, Alcoholic Beverages, Spain
VarietySITGES -- Distributor Luis Froes and producer Luis Galvao Teles have launched a new Portuguese distribution house, Outsider Films. First acquisitions are "Adventures of Zambezia," the pioneering South African 3D animated feature sold by Edward Noeltner's...
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