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  • A weekend just for murder mystery buffs

    A weekend just for murder mystery buffs
    Did Ms. Scarlet silence Mrs. Peacock with a knife to the throat? Or did Col. Mustard throttle Professor Plum with a silver-plated candlestick? Mystery buffs can map out, investigate and solve murder mysteries at a variety of hotels and bed-and-breakfasts,...
  • Traveling abroad? For information, check with the country's tourist office

    For tourist information about foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. Several no longer list phone numbers, so information is through their website only. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at (212) 963-...
  • LeRoy Walker dies at 93; first black to lead U.S. Olympic body

    LeRoy Walker dies at 93; first black to lead U.S. Olympic body
    LeRoy Walker, the first African American to lead the U.S. Olympic Committee and the first black man to coach an American Olympic team, died Monday in Durham, N.C. He was 93. Walker's death was confirmed by Scarborough & Hargett Funeral home, but no cause...
  • Market Watch: Kinnows make a sweet citrus juice

    Market Watch: Kinnows make a sweet citrus juice
    Amid the seasonal abundance of apricots, cherries, peaches and Boysenberries, it is hard to imagine that a citrus juice would become an object of craving, but few shoppers have any idea just how sweet and flavorful late-harvest Kinnow mandarins can be....
  • Market Watch: Super-hot Bhut Jolokia chiles

    Market Watch: Super-hot Bhut Jolokia chiles
    For certain people, finding and triumphing over the world's hottest chile is one of those captivating, extreme pursuits like climbing Mt. Everest or running an ultramarathon in Death Valley in July. Even for nonparticipants, the spectacle of the quest...
  • Christopher Atkins will appear in Lifetime’s “Blue Lagoon” update June 16

     
    My fellow lovers of The Blue Lagoon, if you've never quite recovered from the sight of Christopher Atkins in a loincloth — even after 30-plus years — Lifetime has a boatload of good news. On June 16, the network will premiere its original...
  • Shaggy, Alison Hinds, Tarrus Riley shine at JazzReggae Fest

     
    On day two of UCLA's annual JazzReggae Festival, Shaggy, Tarrus Riley, Collie Buddz, Alison Hinds and others showcased the many sounds of the Caribbean, from soca and reggae to reggaeton and lovers rock. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts offers an...
  • USCIS to Welcome 51 New Citizens During Kissimmee’s Fourth of July Celebration

     
    The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will administer the Oath of Allegiance to America’s newest citizens during a special naturalization ceremony Wednesday at Kissimmee’s Lakefront Park. The naturalization ceremony is part...
  • British police widen phone-hacking inquiry with new arrests

     
    British police make new phone hacking arrests; new suspects are not News Corp journalists...
  • Activists demand investigation as sea turtles crushed in Trinidad

     
    Infuriated environmentalists are demanding an investigation into how Trinidad work crews ended up crushing turtle eggs while trying to reroute a river to protect turtle nests and a nearby hotel....
  • 100 to become U.S. citizens at Valencia College

     
    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' (USCIS) Southeast Region Director Kathy Redman will administer the Oath of Allegiance to 100 candidates who will become America’s newest citizens at Valencia College on Friday, August 10, at the...
  • Born too late

     
    According to a chart in today's Tribune, the 7th place finisher in the Olympic 100-meter race (last except for Asafa Powell, who pulled up lame) would have had the gold-medal time in 1984 and every Olympics prior to that except......