Monthly Archives: November 2015

Behind the scenes at LAX

        
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Deer-hunting season ‘huge’ for strip club sales

You can tell it’s deer-hunting season in the Upper Peninsula. Big sacks of deer bait are stacked outside gas stations. Hunters’ orange hats and jackets are piled high on store shelves.

      

 

 

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Festival of Lights: Celebrating Hanukkah in the Caribbean

See where and how the Jewish population of the Caribbean celebrates the Hanukkah holiday!

      

 

 

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Future thrills: 10 rides that may be coming to theme parks

Ride manufacturers show off their new technology every year at the IAAPA Expo in Orlando.

      

 

 

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Airline food is getting good. No, really

U.S. airlines are upgrading their in-flight menus with greater variety and fresher fare.

      

 

 

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10Best: Christmas shopping in Paris

Our 10Best Local Expert in Paris dishes on her favorite spots for Christmas shopping.

      

 

 

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Stealth traffic tickets spoil European vacations

Unless you’re a details-obsessed driver, you probably have no idea what awaits you.

      

 

 

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Ask the Captain: Does flying ever lose its appeal?

For the person flying the plane, does it ever lose its cool factor?

      

 

 

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Aviation growth forecast lowered on China slowdown

WASHINGTON (AP) — A weaker global economy — and a slowdown in China — will likely dampen some of the growth in air travel over the next two decades.

      

 

 

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American Airlines stops taking payment in Argentine currency

American says it’s doing so because of limits on converting the money into dollars.

      

 

 

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