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  • Jennifer & Neal

    Jennifer & Neal
    My name is Jennifer and the absolute love of my life is Neal. Neal and I met back in November, 2008 at work. I was new there, and the first time I saw him, I immediately went weak at the knees. Being the boss’s daughter though, there was a lot at...
  • Grandma 'gets some air' on 79th birthday

    Grandma 'gets some air' on 79th birthday
    Sandy Glascow may have just found the extreme sport right for her. Glascow, who turned 79 earlier this month, went sky-diving for the first time on Saturday in Plymouth. It was a belated birthday present from her family. “When she said she...
  • Lower Windsor Township Man Heads to Italy to Compete in World Hang Gliding Championships

    Lower Windsor Township Man Heads to Italy to Compete in World Hang Gliding Championships
    Larry Bunner is living out his childhood fantasy. He and his wife will meet his hang gliding teammates in Italy this week, for the World Hang Gliding Championships. "When I was a kid I often had dreams where I'd be running and each step would get a...
  • Enter 'Torchwood: Miracle Day' giveaway

    Enter 'Torchwood: Miracle Day' giveaway
    UPDATE JULY 15: Entries are no longer being accepted. Thanks for reading and watch for a post listing the winning entries. Enjoy "Torchwood: Miracle Day!" With "Miracle Day" just a few days away, Starz and I thought a celebration was in order. And that's...
  • Daniel Sutherland and Renee Shortino

    Daniel Sutherland and Renee Shortino
    Five years ago, Daniel Sutherland and Renee Shortino were living in San Francisco, a city often described as romantic — quite unlike their first date. She was expecting him around 8 p.m. but he was watching a Lakers playoff game, so he didn’...
  • What is it like to leap from an airplane at 14,000 feet?

    What is it like to leap from an airplane at 14,000 feet?
    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to jump out a perfectly good airplane from nearly 14,000 feet, experience free fall at 120mph, and then drift back to the earth under the canopy of a parachute? Experience the thrill of skydiving through the...
  • Talking With ... Bill Kitchen: Has an eye for thrill rides

    Talking With ... Bill Kitchen: Has an eye for thrill rides
    Bill Kitchen, 62, is a ride inventor and founder of Windermere-based US ThrillRides. His design for a giant observation wheel, the SkyView, may find its way to International Drive as part of an entertainment complex announced last week. He spoke with...
  • Girl Scouts mark centennial with Appalachian Trail section hike

    Girl Scouts mark centennial with Appalachian Trail section hike
    The Girl Scouts of America turns 100 Monday and scouts from Georgia to Maine have made big plans to celebrate.  In Harpers Ferry, West Virginia on Sunday, Girl Scouts and dignitaries announced the Great Girl Scout Hike on the Appalachian Trail (AT).  It...
  • Crews find balloonist who fell from 17,000 feet amid storm

    Crews find balloonist who fell from 17,000 feet amid storm
    A search-and-rescue team on Monday found the body of a missing hot air balloonist who had crashed in Georgia three days earlier. Acting on a tip from a witness who saw an object falling Friday, authorities dispatched a helicopter in the direction she...
  • Woman claims 1971 hijacker D.B. Cooper was her uncle

    Woman claims 1971 hijacker D.B. Cooper was her uncle
    A woman claiming to be the niece of the mysterious skyjacker dubbed D.B. Cooper, who bailed out of a jetliner with $200,000 in ransom, says she recalls her uncle plotting the sensational caper at a family gathering in 1971. Marla Wynn Cooper, 48, of...
  • Woman Claims 1971 Hijacker D.B. Cooper Was Her Uncle

    Woman Claims 1971 Hijacker D.B. Cooper Was Her Uncle
    OKLAHOMA CITY -- A woman claiming to be the niece of the mysterious skyjacker dubbed D.B. Cooper, who bailed out of a jetliner with $200,000 in ransom, says she recalls her uncle plotting the sensational caper at a family gathering in 1971. Marla Wynn...
  • Melbourne Skydiving Center

    Check out these pictures and video of skydivers in Austrailia. Click here