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  • Camping restyled: Modern campgrounds now have loads of extras

    Camping restyled: Modern campgrounds now have loads of extras
    When I was a child, camping in style meant sleeping in a trailer and not having to use a flashlight to find the bathroom. Today, the great outdoors is filled with everything from inflatable bounce pillows to cappuccino carts and Wi-Fi. I remember camping...
  • Luggage sets perfect for bargain hunters

    Luggage sets perfect for bargain hunters
    The family vacation is all booked, but have you considered the state of your luggage? Did you have another child? Have the existing kids grown? Well, so might have their list of travel essentials. Remember that broken handle? You might be packing in a...
  • Travel resources and deals

    --The new Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Dubrovnik, the largest resort on Croatia's Dalmatian coast, has opening rates starting around $210 a night. radissonblu.com/resort-dubrovnik --People planning to visit the historic old mining town of Mineral Point,...
  • As half of park rangers near retirement, U.S. recruits college students

    As half of park rangers near retirement, U.S. recruits college students
    Lytia Solomon had never met a park ranger or taken a family vacation to a national park. And growing up in Philadelphia as a "complete urban city girl," she never knew what a park ranger did. Yet the rising college sophomore with an interest in...
  • Dollywood perfect for family vacations

    Dollywood perfect for family vacations
    -- If your circle of friends includes self-styled urban sophisticates, a declaration that you like to take your family vacation in and near Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., is a bit like announcing you're a fan of Ann Coulter at a global-warming...
  • Helping kids explore heritage

    If St. Patrick's Day means little more than displaying the shamrocks your child lovingly crafted during art class, it may be time to up your global smarts. You don't have to be Irish to celebrate the day, any more than you have to be Italian to enjoy...
  • Don't Leave Healthy Habits at Home

    Don't Leave Healthy Habits at Home
    Back in January, my husband suggested we take a trip to Disney World for Spring Break. I agreed it would be a great experience for my kids since my 5-year-old daughter is in awe of princesses and my almost 7-year-old son loves roller coasters. But...
  • As a family vacation, Space Camp is out there

    Huntsville, Alabama "Ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five!" the kids yelled. It wasn't as deafening as Times Square on New Year's Eve, but the 300 or so children attending Space Camp were as enthusiastic as any midnight revelers. The space shuttle...
  • Country, meet city

    Country, meet city
    Ill Lit by any other name In a parallel universe, the Ryman Auditorium was never nearly demolished, the word "pop" was never paired with "country," and Big & Rich never met. In that same universe, Ill Lit probably has a song on the Nashville charts. Not...
  • 'Therapy' by Sebastian Fitzek

    'Therapy' by Sebastian Fitzek
    In Sebastian Fitzek's wildly implausible but mesmerizing mystery thriller, "Therapy," the fragmented chapters wheel and turn in unpredictable directions, the reader always plunging after a narrator who disappears around the corner. Four years after his...
  • Composer Michael Daugherty hears the sounds of America

    Composer Michael Daugherty hears the sounds of America
    Imagine a postmodern Aaron Copland or Charles Ives with a pop cultural twist, and you're primed for the music of Michael Daugherty. A composer of his time and birthright, Daugherty is a Cedar Rapids, Iowa, native and the musical embodiment of Americana....
  • 'Love, Janis'

    'Love, Janis'
    Watching footage of Janis Joplin at the 1967 Monterey International Pop Festival, you can see why Mama Cass, sitting in the crowd, keeps shaking her head. There's Janis, decked out in full gold lamé and tiny mules, shaking and snarling her way through...