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Lehigh Valley ParentingMy annual summer roundup of all this free comes out next Sunday but I'm posting the stuff that is geared towards families in a sneak preview of the categories this week. You can watch a summer's worth of second-run movies for free on big screens at...
WindhamThe Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR) hosted Kathryn Power, Regional Administrator for Region 1 of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), at their Windham Recovery Center to tour the facility. Prior to...
HURON -Farmers Union will host six meetings focused on local and state watershed laws. The meetings will provide an opportunity for farmers, ranchers, and local communities to discuss current regulations governing watershed management. In 2012, the...
The For Our Kids Sake organization and the newly named Robert W. Johnson Community Center (formerly Memorial Recreation Center) want to thank the community for supporting the fashion and talent show on June 2 at the Martin Luther King Center. The...
Tags: Sports, Trips and Vacations, Baptist, Entertainment, Basketball
Orlando's theme parks and attractions are experiencing a mid-June surge in special-event activities this week. + Epcot's Sounds Like Summer concert series is just underway, starting with tribute band Stayin' Alive -- A Tribute to the Bee Gees, which...
A Hollywood woman who was convicted in May for selling bogus Disneyland tickets to families, was arrested this weekend and charged for the third time in Glendale after allegedly peddling drugs from her mother's condominium, police said. Alisa Yenokyan,...
As passionate Florida enthusiasts from the United Kingdom, my parents and I often become bombarded by questions from family and friends. We visit Florida several times each year, spending our family vacations relaxing in the sun and exploring the state's...
Staff writerThe paintings show flowers, a house on a hill, landscapes that may be memories of beautiful places from the past. Some of the artists who created them have formal training. Others never picked up a brush until they were well into their seventh decade....
A recent squabble between Mount Vernon business owners and community leaders over the limits of a raucous annual gay pride block party has resulted in new limitations on the celebration this weekend. Organizers have agreed to reduce the physical...
The Baltimore SunThe Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Baltimore (GLCCB) has sold its Mount Vernon headquarters, the organization announced Wednesday. The decision to sell the building was made "to address ongoing community concerns with the inadequacy of the GLCCB'...
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A real-world version of the "Resident Evil" video game coming to Universal Studios Japan this summer will arm theme park visitors with a gun and a limited amount of ammunition in a fierce battle against attacking zombie hordes. Scheduled to debut in...
TAMPA — Theme-park guests will fall more than 300 feet, face first, at 60 miles per hour when Busch Gardens Tampa Bay opens Falcon's Fury in spring 2014. "It will be the tallest free-standing drop tower in North America," park president Jim Dean...
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