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4:28pm

Sun June 17, 2012
Business

Land, Air And Rail — Summer Travel Has Its Hiccups

Originally published on Sun June 17, 2012 6:05 pm

Summer travelers face higher gas prices and what seems like ever-increasing airfares.
Don Ryan AP

Across the U.S., temperatures are creeping higher, kids are out of school and the days are longer. This can only mean that summer is upon us.

For many, summer also means travel season. Whether you're traveling by plane, train or automobile for that vacation, you're likely to feel the pinch of rising travel costs.

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4:01pm

Sun June 17, 2012
London 2012: The Summer Olympics

Synch Or Swim: Olympic Duet Practices Togetherness

Originally published on Sat June 23, 2012 4:42 pm

Mary Killman and Mariya Koroleva of the U.S. compete in the Olympic qualifiers in April in London. They'll compete together in the Olympics this summer.
Clive Rose Getty Images

For the first time ever, the U.S. synchronized swimming team didn't qualify for the Summer Olympics. But two of its members, who until recently knew each other only as rivals, are going to London to compete in synchronized swimming duets — against duets that have been together for years.

Mary Killman, 21, and Mariya Koroleva, 22, became roommates early last year, training with the national team in Indianapolis. Previously, they had competed against each other in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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4:01pm

Sun June 17, 2012
Around the Nation

One For The Road: Teen Builds Her Own Pontiac Fiero

Originally published on Sat June 23, 2012 2:45 pm

14-year-old Kathryn DiMaria drilling door rivets in her Pontiac Fiero.
Courtesy of Jerry DiMaria

When 38-year-old Jerry DiMaria isn't on the clock at Central Michigan University, you can usually find him working on his Corvette.

"I guess I've always probably been a little bit into cars, but even as a kid I thought it would be a lot of fun to rebuild a car with my dad," he said.

He never got that chance with his dad, but now he's getting it with his oldest daughter, Kathryn.

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3:03pm

Sun June 17, 2012
Arts & Life

Chanticleer: A Botanical Distraction From Daily Life

Originally published on Fri April 5, 2013 2:19 pm

Chanticleer is a historical estate and garden in Wayne, Pa., part of the old Main Line ring of estates around Philadelphia.
Courtesy of the Lyden family

Ever wanted to just disappear into a secret garden of earthly delights, of twists and turns of evocative ruin, exuberant tropics, the Zen of a Japanese teahouse?

Consider Chanticleer, in Wayne, Pa. It's part of the old Main Line ring of estates around Philadelphia. In fact, right across the street from the garden is the former home of Helen Hope Montgomery Scott, the heiress portrayed by Katherine Hepburn in Philadelphia Story.

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2:58pm

Sun June 17, 2012
Movies I've Seen A Million Times

The Movie Whoopi Goldberg's 'Seen A Million Times'

Originally published on Thu June 21, 2012 12:59 pm

Gregory Peck won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his 1962 performance in To Kill a Mockingbird.
AP

The weekends on All Things Considered series Movies I've Seen a Million Times features filmmakers, actors, writers and directors talking about the movies that they never get tired of watching.

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