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  1. Celebrate Valentine's Day at Lake Las Vegas with Special Offers:...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | Nevada Business Journal

    To help make Valentine's Day celebrations a little more romantic, Lake Las Vegas, the master planned residential and resort community in Henderson, and its resorts and the MonteLago Village Association and its restaurants are offering a variety of Valentine's Day specials on Saturday, Feb. 13 and Sunday, Feb. 14. Festivities will include a romantic ... (more)


  2. 5 essential elements of life, Part IRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2014 |

    Too often, spiritual author Eckhart Tolle says, we place more importance on outer purposes, like jobs and daily responsibilities, than nurturing what he calls our inner purpose, which he defines as aligning life with the present moment. Find out why... During the arduous and adventurous journey of self-discovery, we need to not just look at the apparent factors of life's born circumstance and conditions to define ourselves; we are to break down the whole into its individual parts.


  3. Candle light vigil marks one year anniversary of slain Army veteranRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 11, 2011 |

    Friends concerned citizens gathered together at the Summerlin Costco for a memorial to remember Erik Scott, the West Point graduate shot by police last July. Gathered together in memory of slain Army veteran Erik Scott, a group of his friends and concerned citizens held a candle light vigil at the Costco where Scott was gunned down by Las Vegas Metro Police .


  4. Schooner tentatively scheduled to push off ThursdayRead the original story

    Sunday | Amherst Daily News

    Evan Densmore was installing an autopilot on the schooner Saturday morning. The schooner is located at the docks on the end of Pier Road in Parrsboro.


  5. This yacht has wingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Fox News

    The 282-ft trimaran has an open floor plan that includes a large saloon, floor-to-ceiling windows a small garden with a living tree, a swimming pool, sauna, wrap-around sky deck and heli-pad. There's also storage for toys such as small sailboats or a mini-submarine below in the hull, which makes for easier launching.


  6. Sea Of DoubtRead the original story

    Sunday | ABC News

    When Coffs Harbour handyman and avid surfer Andrew Witton left Australia in 2006 it was supposed to be the trip of the lifetime. His plan was to sail across the South Pacific, visit friends in South America and then make his way to the World Series Cricket in the Caribbean.


  7. Crystal Cruises Wants to Dominate Luxury Travel On, Under, and Above the WaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Skift

    Crystal Cruises has giant ambitions and owners with deep pockets. We'll be watching to see if the fans who loved the cruise line when it had just two ships embrace its expanded offerings in the next few years.


  8. New cruise ships set to make their debut in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Mail

    Here's the low-down on the high seas in 2016 - and news about a new mega-yacht to look forward to in 2018. Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas will become the largest cruise ship in the world once it sets sail Thrill-seekers can plunge down the tallest waterslide at sea, while fans of musicals can take their seats in the theatre for a full production of Grease.


  9. Registration open for Chesapeake Sailing Yacht SymposiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | The Baltimore Sun

    Registration is now open for the 22nd edition of the Chesapeake Sailing Yacht Symposium, being held March 18-19 at the United States Naval Academy. Co-organized by the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers and the Sailing Yacht Research Foundation, the symposium will feature work from some of the world's top talent in design, engineering and research to discuss a myriad of topics related to sail and sailboat design, sailing dynamics and performance analysis.


  10. Pier 80 Homeless Shelter Is OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | CBS Local

    SAN FRANCISCO - It might not be very homey, but San Francisco officials are hoping as many as 150 people will call Pier 80 home this winter. City workers put the finishing touches this week on a new shelter inside the pier's shed, consisting of a 9,900-square-foot tent with mattresses and pillows spread across a tarp on the ground, separate showers and restrooms, as well as office space for social and health workers inside portable buildings.


  11. Play By Nature's RulesRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | Motor Boating Magazine

    Tiger sharks are not to be toyed with. They are what biologists call a macropredator, able to grow longer than 16 feet - and they're usually hungry at night.


  12. 'Captain Calamities' still trying to set sailRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 |

    For two sailors aged 71, crossing the Atlantic in a rickety old yacht was never going to be plain sailing. But the amateur yachtsmen have become a laughing stock after having to be rescued nine times - the latest while they were on dry land.


  13. Caribbean hideouts of the rich and famousRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    After Europe, the Caribbean is the second-most popular getaway for the wealthiest 1 percent and 5 percent of travellers: 47 percent are considering a vacation there in the next one to two years, according a report released by Resonance Consultancy. But with luxury villas and resorts popping up like pieces on a Monopoly board, spread out amongst 7 000-some idyllic islands, which countries and destinations are the most sought-after for a little off-the-desk time? To find out, the firm surveyed 1 664 travellers, with the top 1 percent defined as those with annual income above $400 000 or a net worth above $8 million.


  14. Message in a bottle a journey of discoveryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Post and Courier

    'On a clear day you can see forever” are lyrics from a song sung by the fabulous Barbra Streisand. We're looking for the next guest columnist.


  15. ENERGY: EuroAsia InterConnector sets off, paves way for - global interconnector'Read the original story

    Saturday | The Financial Mirror

    The Italian research company G.A.S. S.r.l. has already embarked on the first pre-works phase survey for the 1,518 km subsea power cable that will end the energy isolation of the three countries by connecting their power grids to those of continental Europe. The three studies are for the technical design, the reconnaissance study for the optimum route and an environmental impact study, all of which are expected to be completed during 2016.


  16. Michael Clarke enjoys a cruise around Sydney Harbour as he celebrates his return to cricketRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Mail

    Farcical scenes at start of Republican debate as Carson fluffs stage walk-on, awkward Jeb bumps into Trump and moderators FORGET to introduce John Kasich as he waits in the wings EXCLUSIVE: BMX legend Dave Mirra shot himself in his pickup truck parked outside his best friend's home as puzzled sources reveal he had been making plans for the future North Korea launches long-range rocket over Okinawa as Japan vows to 'take action' against Kim Jong-un's rogue state Twin brothers, 17, die after climbing on to Olympic bobsled track in Calgary at 1:30am and crashing their own sleds into a gate Now from some 'mom dancing': Hillary breaks out into 'awkward two-step shimmy before forcing female politicians into a cringe-worthy moment of swaying' Hillary has made millions from her Wall Street speeches.... but what did she say to the money men who paid to hear her? 'I'm definitely bipartisan because ... (more)


  17. One Australia's last 'Cape Horners' celebrates 100th birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | ABC News

    The life of one of Australia's last living links to early 20th century sailing has been celebrated in Hobart on his centenary. Don Garnham turned 100 surrounded by friends, family and some much-loved memorabilia from his days sailing around the notoriously stormy Cape Horn in South America.


  18. Wave season specials just keep rolling inRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | The News-Star

    Wave season specials just keep rolling in It's time to get on-board and enjoy our wonderful world. Check out this story on Answer: Several years ago, the cruise industry realized around 40 percent of their cabin space is booked during the first months of the new year.


  19. Consider a winter, early spring cruise from FloridaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | USA Today

    If you live up North, you won't have to sail three or four days to get to warm weather. Consider a winter, early spring cruise from Florida If you live up North, you won't have to sail three or four days to get to warm weather.


  20. How Super Bowl 50 Became Ground Zero For The Fight Over HomelessnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | The Huffington Post

    Advocates and local residents are angry that San Francisco's homeless people have to leave the area hosting Super Bowl City. Hundreds of San Francisco residents swarmed streets on Wednesday night to protest the city's treatment of homeless residents around its hosting of Super Bowl 50 celebrations.