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Travelers can go rolling on a river without leaving land at a new theme park that opened this week in Singapore. River Safari, the newest addition to Wildlife Reserves Singapore, showcases eight of the world’s best known river habitats,...
Let's talk baseball. (Wait! Don't leave. Some of you must still like baseball even if we don't have any major-league teams in this state. ... What? ... We do? ... Two! ... Incredible. Why don't we know about this? Anyway, it's spring, so we can spend a...
WASHINGTON — After Shane Todd, an engineer from Montana, was found hanging by the neck in an apartment in Singapore, police there quickly ruled the 31-year-old's death a suicide, citing evidence including an apologetic note typed on his computer and...
SINGAPORE - Farmers from Australia to Europe to the United States are poised to reap the second-largest wheat crop on record as fields recover from drought and heat waves, boosting global stockpiles for the first time in four years. Output will climb 4....
At last! There's a cure for my addiction to the K-drama series “My Love, Madame Butterfly” Until last week, I was forced to wait until Channel 18 doled out the subtitled episodes a full month after the show aired in Seoul. Since most...
Tags: Japan, Apple iPhone, Apple iPad
RoslynThe Changi Museum in Singapore is dedicated to exposing the horrors the Singaporean people experienced under the Japanese military during World War II. When Japanese people visit this museum, they are often overcome with grief and shame. For many, if...
Tags: Treaties, High Schools, Politics, Arts and Culture, Japan
California gasoline prices may have already peaked for the first half of the year and should head lower soon, analysts said. Meanwhile, nationwide gasoline price averages over the first two months of the year rose at such a blistering rate that...
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticHinoki is a fragrant cypress most Japanese associate with extremely expensive bathtubs, popular with the wealthy because the wood is used to build the soaking tubs at onsen, Japanese hot springs. Hinoki wood is also used to build the counters of the...
The breakup of the Wine Advocate’s Robert B. Parker with his former lead wine critic Antonio Galloni is getting ugly. You might remember that Parker sold a substantial interest in his influential wine newsletter, the most powerful in the country, to...
Tags: Wines, Corporate Crime, Breach of Contract
KARLOVY VARY, Czech Republic — We had been collecting frequent-flier points for years. My husband, Keith, and I thought that, yes, of course, we would use them. We would fly around the world. Business class. Maybe next year. Queen Latifah shoved...
You keep hearing about people who take these fabulous trips (see story) and they don't pay a penny — or very many pennies. You have miles, but you don't seem to be getting much, well, mileage out of them. For the last seven years, my life has been...
L.A. NOWMarking further progress in the modernization of LAX, city officials heralded the opening of three boarding gates at the new Tom Bradley International Terminal, two of which are designed to handle the largest commercial jetliners....
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