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  • The National WWII Museum showcases tales of terror and bravery

    The National WWII Museum showcases tales of terror and bravery
    NEW ORLEANS - Marine Lt. Leonard Isaaks Jr. was killed on Feb. 20, 1945, during the battle for the Japanese island Iwo Jima. All you really need to know about his death is contained in the painstakingly printed letter found on his body:
  • Spirit of Norman Rockwell pervades Stockbridge in Massachusetts' Berkshires

    Spirit of Norman Rockwell pervades Stockbridge in Massachusetts' Berkshires
    STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — The best thing about Stockbridge is the Norman Rockwell Museum. And the best thing about the Norman Rockwell Museum is its focus on American illustrators. This month, the museum showcased art from animators who created the film...

    Resort outside Leavenworth, Wash., is an opulent yet eco-minded retreat

    Resort outside Leavenworth, Wash., is an opulent yet eco-minded retreat
    LEAVENWORTH, Wash. — We were headed for the ecologically minded Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort outside Leavenworth — so we decided to do it the environmentally conscientious way, by using public transit. Actually, our motives weren't quite...

    Washington's Willapa Bay offers fresh oysters, prime paddling

    Washington's Willapa Bay offers fresh oysters, prime paddling
    RAYMOND, Wash. — It might be the acid-test question for oyster eaters. Oyster dressing with your holiday turkey: gourmet treat or just plain wrong? In my straw poll around a lunch table here, four out of five fellow diners gave oyster dressing a...

    At Tanque Verde Ranch in Arizona, a longtime horse lover regains his galloping stride

    At Tanque Verde Ranch in Arizona, a longtime horse lover regains his galloping stride
    TUCSON, Ariz. — Gene Autry I wasn't. Barely an hour into an all-day trail ride, my hiking boots felt like ovens and my baseball cap barely shaded my face. It was no better for my horse, Cutter. The low Arizona sun lit his red mane like flames. We...