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Airports, customs, trade: Europe preps for Brexit

By ANGELA CHARLTON

A no-deal Brexit could shake up the rest of the continent in ways that many Europeans haven’t yet fathomed, from snarled air traffic to paralyzed ports and millions of workers in legal limbo.


Email prompts man to attend stranger's bachelor party

By LISA RATHKE

An email about a bachelor party sent to the wrong person has led to an Arizona man taking a trip to a Vermont ski resort to attend the party of someone he doesn't know this weekend.


A peek at how Disney resort shows are made

By MIKE SCHNEIDER

With excitement building over a new “Star Wars” land opening later this year at Walt Disney World, as well as at its California cousin, it's easy to forget a slew of new entertainment shows also are debuting in the biggest year for the Florida theme park resort in two decades.


Features

At the Movies: 'A Dog's Way Home' is sweet and sentimental

By LINDSEY BAHR

How much of a sweet tooth do you have when it comes to movies? It's a question you might want to consider before stepping out for “A Dog's Way Home ,” W. Bruce Cameron adaptation of his book about a dog who finds her way back to her owner across 400 miles of Colorado terrain, because this is one sugary concoction.


After Hours: SIFF's Noir City starts Feb. 15

SIFF says the 2019 Noir City film festival at the Egyptian theater will run from Feb. 15 through 21 — a full week of indulging in danger, desire and despair!





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