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  • Shuttered $2.4 billion Atlantic City casino readies for 2nd chance

    Shuttered $2.4 billion Atlantic City casino readies for 2nd chance

    For months, there was little, if any, sign that Atlantic City's former Revel casino, a $2 billion bust, was getting ready to reopen. Colorado developer Bruce Deifik bought it in January and made plans for its reincarnation as the Ocean Resort Casino. But there was scant activity visible on the...

  • Live Casino & Hotel opens smoking and gaming patio

    Live Casino & Hotel opens smoking and gaming patio

    With the snip of a ceremonial cigar rather than a ribbon, Live Casino & Hotel officially opened the Orchid Gaming & Smoking Patio on Thursday. The 8,000-square-foot space, which is open on one side, offers both table games and slots as well as a full-service bar/lounge and a large fireplace. The...

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  • Camping without the hassle: New service rents you all the gear you need, plus the car

    Camping without the hassle: New service rents you all the gear you need, plus the car

    One day in April, I returned from a camping trip - a quick 24 out of the city - and ran a load of laundry. What's more telling is what I didn't do. I didn't hose down a muddy tent, I didn't soak a shoddily cleaned pot, and I categorically did not empty a cooler or clean out a car. Instead, I relied...

  • The best coffee cities around the world

    The best coffee cities around the world

    Coffee lovers know: There is nothing quite like a smooth cup of joe. Lonely Planet's new book, "Global Coffee Tour," features regions and shops that guarantee decadent java around the globe. (FYI: Chicago made the list with Intelligentsia.) So read on to discover the top coffee towns and other...

  • WOW Air will soon offer flights from Baltimore to India

    WOW Air will soon offer flights from Baltimore to India

    WOW Air will begin offering flights from Baltimore/Washington International Airport and eight other airports to Delhi, India, at the end of the year. The flights — routed through Iceland, where the low-cost airline is based — will begin Dec. 5 to Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. One-way...

  • What's new at Delaware beaches for the 2018 season: Rehoboth, Dewey Beach and more

    What's new at Delaware beaches for the 2018 season: Rehoboth, Dewey Beach and more

    Though the sun and sand never change, vacationing at the Delaware beaches offers something new and different every year. This year brings dozens of new restaurants, breweries and distilleries, a new movie theater, and a freshly curated deep dive into history. Here’s a look at what’s new this year...

  • Where to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner in New Orleans

    Where to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner in New Orleans

    Everybody in New Orleans has an opinion about where you should eat. Ask a dozen locals and you are likely to get a dozen different answers. Mention where you just had a great experience and they'll probably say, "Well, that's pretty good, but you really should have gone to . . ." This can make...

  • For summer vacationers, RV-sharing is revving up

    For summer vacationers, RV-sharing is revving up

    John Flynn and his family won't check into a hotel on their next vacation. Instead, they'll roll to their destination in a Fleetwood Jamboree, a 31-foot recreational vehicle that sleeps six. And not just any RV. Flynn won't own this motor home, and neither will a traditional rental company. They'll...

  • Lynching memorial and museum in Alabama draw crowds, tears

    Lynching memorial and museum in Alabama draw crowds, tears

    Hundreds of people lined up in the rain to get a first look at a lynching memorial and museum that opened Thursday in Montgomery, Alabama. The National Memorial for Peace and Justice commemorates 4,400 black people who were slain in lynchings and other racial killings between 1877 and 1950. Their...

  • Seattle's new waterfront: Pike Place Market and beyond

    Seattle's new waterfront: Pike Place Market and beyond

    Open since 1907, Pike Place Market is one of the oldest continuously operating farmers markets in the United States. That historic significance and those iconic waterfront views over Puget Sound draw 10 million visitors a year to its dark alleys and cramped, creaky stairways. But "cramped and creaky"...

  • To bring back visitors, museums are having to draw on their own creativity

    To bring back visitors, museums are having to draw on their own creativity

    We're standing in front of the painting "Black Cross, New Mexico" by Georgia O'Keeffe at the Art Institute of Chicago when our animated tour guide, Jessamyn Fitzpatrick, asks what O'Keeffe is known for. One woman in our group of eight says flowers. Another pipes up with the female anatomy. Fitzpatrick...

  • 15 vacations for animal lovers

    15 vacations for animal lovers

    Swimming with dolphins is so passe. Enter, sunning with pigs. And drinking wine with a giraffe. And taking a selfie with a flamingo. There are a ton of trips and tours perfect for animal lovers of all kinds around the world, and we've handpicked 15 of the best zoological adventures you’re sure...

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  • This summer if you are looking for hot times in one cool city, head north to the centre of the continent

    This summer if you are looking for hot times in one cool city, head north to the centre of the continent

    Winnipeg is one of the coolest, artsiest cities in North America, with an excellent culinary scene, elm canopied neighbourhoods, world-class attractions and all-round good times. Plus, don’t let those Canadian weather stereotypes fool you — our summers here average in the high 70s, while you’ll...

  • A vacation for the ages: 7 off-roading tips

    A vacation for the ages: 7 off-roading tips

    Summer’s here and millions of folks are gearing up for the Great American Road Trip. Instead of hitting the highway, how about taking a sharp turn off-road instead? That’s the suggestion of 79-years-young Jim Brightly, a still-active off-road and outdoor journalist who has a vast array of publications...

  • Travel spotlight: Titletown is a touchdown for sports enthusiasts

    Travel spotlight: Titletown is a touchdown for sports enthusiasts

    Some travel trends come and go, but others have staying power. Sports-themed travel is gaining momentum in 2018, and experts predict that it's only going to get bigger. If you like the thrill of competition, the history of the game and the joy of being a fan, consider sports-themed destinations...

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