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Exploring Rocket City, Alabama

By MARCIA DUNN

The city's tourism industry is rooted in the space program.

Old stone buildings and trendy cafes in Jaffa

By TALI ARBEL

Jaffa has existed for thousands of years, but today it is one unified city with Tel Aviv, which was founded in 1909. Both Jews and Arabs live in Jaffa, and that's reflected in the flavors of the neighborhood

3-week closure hurt Yosemite businesses

By JOCELYN GECKER and MATT BROWN

The loss of visitor fees will impact future park improvements, such as fixing roads and updating facilities, which are planned years in advance.


California may reshape pot rules as market struggles

By MICHAEL R. BLOOD

A shaky supply chain has customers looking at barren shelves in some shops.


A tiny English village abandoned during WWII

By JERRY HARMER

Explore Britain's southern coast carefully enough and you can still find relics of the dark years when the country awaited Nazi invasion: abandoned radar stations; tank-traps lost in farmers' fields; half-hidden concrete bunkers overlooking wide, shingle beaches.


Theaters add new feature: 3-screen immersion

By ROBERT STEVENS

It's the latest attempt by cinema operators to lure film viewers away from Netflix and Amazon Prime.


LA to install subway body scanners

The machines project scanning waves to screen passengers at a distance. Officials say they can scan up to 2,000 passengers each hour.


Oregon Coast gets fewer visitors, but spending is up

Tourism spending has increased 2.2 percent overall, while bookings for hotels and rentals dropped 1.3 percent overall between 2016 and 2017.


At the Movies: Spike Lee's ‘BlacKkKlansman' is daring and intense

By LINDSEY BAHR

In 1979, a man named Ron Stallworth who was the first African-American police officer and detective in the Colorado Springs Police Department also became a card-carrying member of the Ku Klux Klan and the leader of the local chapter.

After Hours: ‘In the Heights' tickets on sale

Single tickets are on sale now for Seattle Rep's production of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony Award-winning musical.




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