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Bike Week

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  • Constantine Manos: Color him bad

    Constantine Manos: Color him bad
    In three decades of discreetly snapping candids of bikini beach babes, muscular bikers and strolling Hare Krishnas, photographer Constantine Manos is proud to admit not a single subject smashed his Leica and punched him in the face for being cheeky....
  • Police chief attacked while making Bike Week bust, cops say

    Police chief attacked while making Bike Week bust, cops say
    It appears even the Top Cop isn't safe on the streets of his own city during Bike Week. As Daytona Beach Police Chief Michael Chitwood walked down Main St. in his city during Bike Week on Saturday evening, a 5'9" tall man weighing about 190-pounds...
  • Vintage bikes star at Dania Beach festival

    Vintage bikes star at Dania Beach festival
    Confession time: I'm not much of a motorcycle fan. Maybe it's because, when I was 12, I burned my ankle on the tailpipe of my cousin's cycle — and that was only a dirt bike. But the memory has been hard to shake. Although you won't catch me riding...
  • News to use: Travel tidbits, deals

    News to use: Travel tidbits, deals
    Here are some of the more interesting deals, websites and other travel tidbits that came across our desk recently: China Spree has an amazing deal on its eight-day Timeless Beijing package for two November departures and all January and February 2012...
  • A glimpse at quieter charms of Daytona Beach

    A glimpse at quieter charms of Daytona Beach
    If one were to identify Daytona Beach by sound, the crash of the Atlantic surf wouldn't be the first thing that comes to mind. This place likes to introduce itself with a roar: Stock cars tearing around the Daytona International Speedway, hundreds of...
  • A simple approach to Bike Week

    A simple approach to Bike Week
    One camera. One lens. I challenged myself to tackle a day at Bike Week in Daytona Beach with a simple camera set up. For most assignments, I have a couple of cameras and several lenses. For these photographs I used only my small Panasonic Lumix micro...
  • Video: New home for Trayvon Martin memorial

    Video: New home for Trayvon Martin memorial
  • New York company claims it owns Bike Week name

     
    For a mere $87.50, a little-known New York holding company that operates under several names, including Mettemp Inc. and Consolidated Distributors Inc., last year quietly applied for and was granted the state trademark for the name "Daytona Beach Bike...
  • Cinematique Daytona, a DMAC for beachfront movie lovers

     
    I've been remiss in getting up to Cinematique Daytona's new “permanent” home, which opened on Beach St. downtown with their fall film festival. And they've actually booked a title or two that I had wanted to see since they've opened, so the...
  • Biker Dog contest in Kissimmee

     
    Art in Motion, at 1503 Ross Ave. in Kissimmee, is planning a Swap Meet and Biker Dog contest on Sunday, Feb. 20. Admission is free, but there are fees for contest entrants ($5), swappers ($5) and vendors ($10). Setup starts at 10 a.m. for the swap meet...
  • Harley-Davidson activities a big part of Bike Week

     
    Bike Week is around the corner and that sound you hear is likely the roar of someone's Harley-Davidson. The iconic motorcyle company will be all over the festivities in Daytona Beach and here's a glimpse at some of the activities: Harley Owners Group (H....
  • Country singer Johnny Bulford unveils new Web site

     
    Johnny Bulford, Orlando's own candidate for Nashville stardom, has unveiled a new Web site at johnnybulford.com. There's a redesign and, if you check it out now, you can find listings for a pair of upcoming Central Florida shows.   Feb. 26: Harley...