Ana Veciana Suarez

Holiday catalogs are a window to our dreams

One of my great joys during the holiday season — along with the (mostly) merry family reunions — is skipping to the mailbox every evening to retrieve the dazzling array of catalogs that arrive daily. They are as much fun to study as the greeting card photographs of nieces and nephews and cousins.

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US travel industry carefully eyeing Cuba tourism

President Barack Obama’s announcement Wednesday of plans to re-establish diplomatic ties with the Caribbean nation doesn’t mean that the island will suddenly open for tourism. It does, however, give hope to airlines, hotel chains and cruise companies – all which have been quietly eyeing a removal of the travel ban – that they soon will be able to bring tourists to Cuba.

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Backcountry skiing: Stretching the boundaries, with help

There is nothing like the exhilaration you feel after your first big run down untracked powder. Skiers try to chase that sensation the rest of their lives and are increasingly looking for it backcountry, where untracked runs are the reward of a steep hike uphill.

Backcountry skiing: Stretching the boundaries, with help

There is nothing like the exhilaration you feel after your first big run down untracked powder. Skiers try to chase that sensation the rest of their lives and are increasingly looking for it backcountry, where untracked runs are the reward of a steep hike uphill.

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