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Baltimore museum’s John Waters exhibit is weird, as expected

By MARY CAROLE MCCAULEY The Baltimore Sun BALTIMORE Only Baltimore bad boy John Waters would

Cleveland is a city filled with myriad surprises

by Barbara Barton Sloane Special to The Vindicator No water shortage here. I’m in Cleveland

Rocket City – a real blast

Huntsville, Ala., has space history along with an eye on the future By MARCIA DUNN AP Aerospace

Antique car ride to return to Kings Island amusement park

Antique car ride to return to Kings Island amusement park MASON, Ohio Antique cars are coming

Enjoy a stay at Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa

Time to get away. The breezes are warm, the sunsets spectacular. You can enjoy a spot of culture or just press pause and absorb some positive chi.

Orlando, Fla., leads an era of new theme-park rides A GOLDEN AGE

By MIKE SCHNEIDER Associated Press ORLANDO, Fla. If this is a golden age for theme parks, then

The sunnier side of the street in California showcases Oakland

Home to one of the busiest seaports in the world, Oakland, Calif., is a major urban center.


By MONIKA SCISLOWSKA Associated Press NIEBOROW, Poland Off the beaten track in central Poland

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New and Contemporary Dining Soon on Two Amtrak Routes

Capitol Limited and Lake Shore Limited sleeping car customers to be offered fresh choices for meals this summer

A visit to Kentucky’s horse country makes a lot of horse sense

No visit to Kentucky would be complete without visiting some of their famed bourbon distilleries, and Buffalo Trace Distillery is one of America’s oldest.

Detroit museum to host traveling ‘Star Wars’ exhibit

Detroit museum to host traveling ‘Star Wars’ exhibit DETROIT The Detroit Institute of Arts is

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Amtrak Unveils National Spring Sale Campaign

Customers can save 33% on travel - the lowest fares of the season

Lake visitor bureaus partner for contest

Staff report The seven visitors’ bureaus along Ohio’s north coast have partnered to give away a