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Special to The TimesUtrecht, Netherlands The first thing you notice about Utrecht is the Dom. Soaring 336 feet, the church tower, said to be the tallest in the Netherlands, is the city's centerpiece. At first it seems almost too big to stand above the quiet canals and...
Tags: Europe, Italy, Netherlands, Migration, Armed Forces
Staff WriterAlthough it's fairly far inland, Anglesea Pub exudes a nautical feel, thanks to detailed decor inside and a location that allows it to sprawl along a small canal. BAR/CLUB INFO -------------------- Anglesea Pub 200 E. McNab Road, Pompano Beach 954-785-...
Tags: Family, Lifestyle and Leisure, Entertainment, Dance, Dancing
Staff WriterYou could come to Beef & Ale for the food, and you wouldn't be disappointed. But in here lies a hidden gem or two, in the form of high-quality, unobtrusive live acts on Saturdays. Who knew? BAR/CLUB INFO -------------------- Beef & Ale 5702 Lake Worth...
Staff WriterFor years, it was The Cricket Club, but the new moniker was applied two months ago. This casual saloon has shed its country duds for a commitment to rock 'n' roll, with live acts on weekends. BAR/CLUB INFO -------------------- Tricky Dick's Pub 9900...
Staff WriterCrabby Jack's is a sprawling monument to seafood, an elevated, blocky building rendered in wood, brightly painted stucco and aquatic murals, including its giant crab logo that greets arriving customers. An outside covered deck has its own bar, but...
Sun StaffIn 1957, when he was drafted by the Baltimore Colts, Jim Parker was one of the country's most sought-after football players. He lived up to the hype, earning All-Pro honors eight consecutive seasons and getting inducted into the Pro Football Hall of...
The Hartford CourantA man walks into a bar, orders a 12-ounce bottle of Corona Extra. Another man walks in, orders a 12-ounce Guinness draft. The two men turn to each other, raise their glasses and say, "Here's to your health." Question: Whose dietary and health...
Staff WriterThis sprawling, indoor-outdoor restaurant-bar is the archetypical pier establishment, with lots of well-varnished wood and captain's wheels indoors, and a thick-plank deck and lanterns outside. The large indoor room offers dining amid a hubbub and...
Tags: Family, Salsa (genre), Entertainment, Dance, Fort Lauderdale
ChicagoSports.comOpening Day in Chicago is always a trick shot and today is no different. The tarp is still on the field and rain is falling. Tom Skilling says there's pea to marble sized hail in the forecast. In the event of a rain delay we'll bring you play-by-play...
special correspondentIt's Thursday evening around 8. My husband, Ronnie, and I are driving south from Fort Lauderdale for a five-day trip to Islamorada, our favorite spot in the Keys. As we pass Homestead and hit the Overseas Highway, Ronnie sticks his head out the window...
Sun StaffPlug in Rich Wiklund's name on an Internet search engine and a rough outline of his seven-year ride on the dot-com roller coaster flashes onto the screen. There he is back in 1994, going it alone in his basement, doubled over with stomachaches as cash...
Staff WriterBrasserie la Cigale has one of the most attractive bars around. It's set off from the usual Atlantic Avenue strip, physically removed by being east of the main drag, the cornerstone of a strip center of which it is the jewel. The room, dominated by thick...
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