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  • Ocala's Appleton Museum a hidden gem

    Ocala's Appleton Museum a hidden gem
    Ocala is famous for the picturesque horse farms that have made it a world-class equestrian hub, but it was a less heralded gem that inspired my recent Marion County road trip. Nestled into an unlikely strip of businesses and tourist attractions such as...
  • 'Florida's Greatest Rainy-Day Attraction!' -- St. Pete's Haslam's Book Store, an old-school heaven for readers

    'Florida's Greatest Rainy-Day Attraction!' -- St. Pete's Haslam's Book Store, an old-school heaven for readers
    There are two ways to buy books: For efficiency, there's always the click of a mouse on Amazon: convenient as an ATM transaction and almost as charming. For the more romantic among us, however, nothing compares with perusing the stacks at a fine...
  • Test Drive: eBay addiction

    EBay Inc. should be held responsible, just like the tobacco companies, for all of the addicts that it has created across the globe. No one warned me when I signed on to the auction house site that I would be unable to stop buying art deco memorabilia,...
  • Rafting the Grand Canyon

    Just beyond the Colorado River, up the twisting narrows of Blacktail Canyon, small gray-green bats flit a ballet at dusk. The canyon is silent, the river a distant whisper, and high overhead, above the layers of gneiss in blue and black and white...
  • New variation on Sears draws big box of opinions

    Despite ongoing troubles at its existing stores, Sears, Roebuck and Co. is mounting an expansion to better compete against the world's biggest retailer and other off-mall giants. Sears said in June it would spend as much as $820 million to buy and...
  • Visiting heaven and Hell in Michigan

    It was a cold day in Hell. Writers wait all their lives for a lead like that.But on a thin ribbon of road in southeastern Michigan, it's a joke worn thin on travelers visiting Hell, a tiny map-dot of a town just north of Chelsea. Employees of the...