Dan Kamin Thoughts in the Mind of the Magic Man (Williamsport Sun Gazette)
A clown. The symphony. And a free show. What, or whom, should I say, can tie these together for a mind-blowing hour of comedy, magic and music? The answer to that is simple: World-renowned mime Dan Kamin.
Big cruise lines put a crimp in the competition (San Jose Mercury News)
Bargain hunters love competition. And many savvy cruisers count on Web browsing to compare prices for the best bargains. Apparently, the fierce fight for your travel dollar rankled the biggest players in the cruise business, leading several major lines to level the playing field.
A step out of the ordinary (FSView)
For most, Orlando needs no introduction. The many theme parks and attractions that make up the famous city in central Florida are well known. Kissimmee, however, a city minutes outside of Orlando, offers something different.
Extended family gets a kick out of a cruise (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
The first time I boarded a cruise ship, it was the late '70s - the Love Boat era. Disco was king, Julie McCoy was queen, and my college roommates and I were wild and crazy guys out to impress The Ladies. Every woman on the S.S. Dolphin bound for the Bahamas looked like Cheryl Tiegs.
Anthony C. LoBaido: Wiping Away Our Daughters' Tears (Sierra Times)
This is what becomes of empire building.
Deals (San Jose Mercury News)
Book a cruise, get a gift card. Everyone is getting into the act: For cruises booked by Thursday, Travelocity is offering Target store gift cards worth $25-$600, depending on the length of the cruise and the line chosen.
Bassist fine-tunes band to his liking (Boston Globe)
The seeds of what became bassist-composer Chuck Gabriel's blues-fueled debut CD, ''Blueprint," were planted nearly seven years ago, when Gabriel returned home to Merrimack, N.H., from an ill-fated cruise ship job in the Caribbean.
Celebrate Valentine's Day All Year Round with SinglesCruise.com (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
Why limit yourself to one day of romance when there are unlimited possibilities and a world of opportunity? SinglesCruise.com has taken the hassle out of meeting other singles by making it easier than ever to book one of our successful singles cruises.
Active vacations, all-in-one trips can help you out of a travel rut (Omaha World-Herald)
Rut: We always just sit on the beach. Habit-breaker: Try an active vacation. During a Boulder Outdoor Survival School trip, you're put in the wilds of southern Utah with little more than a knife and a blanket (www.boss-inc.com, 800-335-7404). Food? Water? You're on your own.
Vacation makeover (Omaha World-Herald)
Everybody needs a vacation. But is it really a break if you go to the same place year after year? Sometimes - if it's a tradition that brings a true respite. If your getaway selection has become more obligation than joy, it's time to break the habit. Here's advice for getting out of your travel rut.