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Vintage and Vine silent auction donors

Todd Bonita, Artist – Doris Rice, Artist – Angelica’s Muse – Anneke Jans – John Pratt, Photographer – Create TV, American Public Television – CrossRoads House Volunteers – Beach Pea Baking Co. – Papa Wheelies – Black Birch Kitchen & Drinks – Carl’s Meat Market/Golden Harvest – Holloway Mercedes-Benz¬ – Aqua Hospitality – Flower Kiosk […]

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There’s a festival for every flight of fancy

Underwater divers off Florida’s Looe Key are serenaded by sounds ranging from a song sung by the Beatles to the high-pitched call made by humpback whales.

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BÕnet Al Houwariyate, a multi-generational Berber music and dance troupe from Marrakesh, illuminates the stories and experiences of women in Morocco in lively and interactive performances daily at the Morocco pavilion at Epcot.

Magic Kingdom kicks off ‘Coolest Summer Ever’

A selection of popular attractions, extra entertainment, dance parties and special event merchandise is on tap all night long to celebrate the start of the “Coolest Summer Ever” at Walt Disney World Resort.

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America’s secret 2015 foodie destinations

No one is sure who coined the phrase “boat-to-table,” but Providence does it right. Many up-and-coming restaurants have fish delivered daily from the docks to their tables.

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Porter-Phelps-Huntington Museum opens

HADLEY, Mass. — The Porter-Phelps-Huntington Museum, an historic house museum dating to 1752 opens May 16 for its 66th season. Guided tours will be available Saturday through Wednesday from 1:00 to 4:30 pm. The museum is closed on Thursdays and Fridays. Admission is $5 for adults and $1 for children. The Porter-Phelps-Huntington House, known as […]

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Kennedy Institute demystifies Senate workings

n Monday, the $79 million facility that sits adjacent to the presidential library of his brother, John F. Kennedy, was dedicated at a politically star-studded event attended by President Barack Obama.

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