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Can you believe summer is almost over? It seems like it just began. But on Catalina Island, fall doesn’t mean the end of beach season. Here, early fall brings out the sunniest days and the warmest water temperatures, making Catalina the perfect...
When you think of steampunk — if you ever have — you may envision something along the lines of the novels of Jules Verne: snazzy Victorian suits, monocles and clunky machinery. Apparently, according to the Mark Twain House, the namesake author...
From The Aegis dated Thursday, July 20, 1961: In front page news in The Aegis, no blue law arrests were reported, but town and state police were taking notes, according to the story, and were forwarding that information to Harford County State's Attorney...
The 19th-century French novelist Alexandre Dumas might be puzzled if he could somehow see the latest movie adaptation of "The Three Musketeers," but any living soul who has seen the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise will recognize that this is an...
Sentinel Staff WriterCentral Florida's newest attraction wants you to slow down while you're up in the air. The Cypress Canopy Cycle is now open at Florida EcoSafaris at Forever Florida, an ecotourism site in Osceola County. Think of the Cypress Canopy Cycle as a cross...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelHere's the non-Brendan F. sequel to “Journey to the Center of the Earth: 3D.” Josh Hutcherson's back, searching for his dad, his grandpa (Michael Caine, well played) this mysterious island (another Jules Verne novel), something. Dwayne “...
Culture MonsterPianist Josh Nelson's fifth album as a bandleader, "Discoveries," is inspired by vintage sci-fi but sounds like the here and now. Chris Barton reviews the album for the Los Angeles Times....
Orlando Arts BlogTod Caviness here, counting the minutes until a short vacation to Boston for the National Poetry Slam. I'll bring you all back a little something from Boston Market. Received a letter a couple weeks back from Rollins College professor Maurice O'Sullivan...
Google decided to celebrate Jules Verne's 183rd birthday today by changing it's logo to a very cool interactive submarie! Just click on the lever and pull it in the direction you want the submarine to go! Google has also done some other cool logos...
Tags: Human Interest, Google Inc.
Gazing out at the western horizon, watching the sun set after another grueling traffic-filled day, Southern California residents lucky enough to gaze upon Santa Catalina Island see it bathed in the brilliant pinks and reds of the setting sun. The image is...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Entertainment, Human Interest, Movies
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