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My Spring Break Snook – Belize – 2017

I open the door and look up and my heart sinks, just a bit. There are clouds… thick clouds, and a bit of wind and it is only 6:30 in the morning. I’m heading out to the dock to look for bonefish on this day, when we’ll be going out with a guide to fish […]

Spring Gallery Guide: 47 Galleries That Bring You the Art of Now

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Here are some of our critics’ favorite gallery shows on view now. (But don’t expect a break from politics.)

Maurine Kornfeld Breaks National Record by 26 Minutes at USMS Nats

By Braden Keith on SwimSwam Day 1 of the 2017 USMS Spring Nationals at the Riverside Aquatics Complex saw 1 National Record broken. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Maurine Kornfeld Breaks National Record by 26 Minutes at USMS Nats

Songbird Heaven

Taking advantage of a break in our spring rain, I headed over to the Columbia Audubon Nature Sanctuary, which connects with the adjacent Bonnie View Nature Preserve, in western Columbia. After all, late April is a great time to lookShow More Summary

21 Perfect, Breezy Spring Dresses Under $500

While temps here in New York are still struggling to break past "chilly," it's a generally accepted fact that the season called "spring" is well and truly here. Other than the given perks of warmer weather — cocktails outside, a general lack of snow-based misery — there's also the fact that we can... Continue reading

Homebuyer demand suddenly falling off as inventory keeps shrinking

CNBC's Diana Olick breaks down the recent mortgage application data and what it means for the spring housing market.

The Best of Baja California Sur: Los Cabos and Beyond

Despite its reputation as a getaway for teens looking to hone their tequila shooting, the Baja California Sur peninsula in Mexico—home to Cabo San Lucas—is much more than a "spring break!" destination. It's home to diverse marine life,...Show More Summary

Rested Los Alamitos storms past Huntington Beach

Los Alamitos coach Rob Weil elected to give his team the entire spring break off last week, something he has never done before in his lengthy coaching career. No batting practice. No conditioning. No team meetings. Nothing. Playing in their first game in nearly two weeks, the Griffins looked rested, rejuvenated and every bit the […]

This California university has a vending machine that sells the morning-after pill

Students at UC Davis can now purchase emergency contraception from a campus vending machine. The machine, installed at the school’s Activities and Recreation Center over spring break, dispenses the morning-after pill as well as condoms, pregnancy tests, tampons and over-the-counter medication such...

Kim Kardashian Spills Everything About Kourtney Kardashian's Raunchy Birthday Trip To Mexico!

Woo hoo! Kourtney Kardashian may now be 38 years old, but the KUWTK starlet is partying like a college student on Spring Break. As you may know, the mother-of-three is currently on her birthday trip to Punta Mita, Mexico with a group of her closest pals. LOVES it! Related: Kim K. Can't Get Enough Of Her Bikini [...]

How to Get in on the Tropical Trend This Summer

If you've been feeling inspired by the leafy greens that are likely flooding your social feed, you're not alone. Between the relaxing vibe of Spring break still fresh on your mind and Summer inching more within reach every day, adding a punch of bright color to your space should be easy with these on-trend designs. Show More Summary

Adoree’ Jackson Hopes To Break Into First Round Of Draft

By Scott Wolf Daily News LOS ANGELES >> Usually, when a college football player is considered a first-or-second round draft choice, he spends all winter and spring working out with personal trainers and focuses solely on his pro career. But on most Tuesday nights at USC during the start of the spring semester, cornerback Adoree’ […]

Latin History for Morons: Ethnic Studies, Student Achievement, and Eurocentrism

By Teresa Irene Gonzales During spring break, my husband and I went to see John Leguizamo’s latest one-man show “Latin History for Morons” at the Public Theater in New York City. Performing as a slightly disheveled, professorial version of himself,...

#45: Why We Got Rid Of Half The Toys In Our House

We had an “a-ha” moment while we were away on spring break, which led to a HUGE whole-house purge (including lots and lots of toys) and a ridiculously surprising reaction from our kids. So this week we talk about what inspired the change, and how it has shaped our outlook moving forward. Show More Summary

Charter School Abandons 650 Students

Students at a local charter school returned from spring break to find their entire school had changed, after the charter school company suddenly decided to end its contract with Milwaukee Public Schools. According to MPS, Universal Companies...Show More Summary

A Photographic Journey Through the Catacombs

These pictures of the catacombs are from a Spring Break trip to Paris and they hardly capture the haunting quality of the place. The arch at the entrance is translated to saying: STOP: YOU ARE ENTERING THE KINGDOM OF THE DEAD The Catacombs of Paris have always been a source of endless fascination for me. Show More Summary

The plus and minus from Spring Break 2017 – Caye Caulker, Belize

Here’s the score card from Spring Break, Caye Caulker, Belize We’ll start with the Negatives: The one guided day coincided with the worst weather of the stay. Big rains and winds made the day a pretty short one for fly fishing and really tough looking for tarpon. The first night we were there happened to […]

Belize Spring Break 2017

  The sky looked threatening… really threatening. There was a dark wall coming in from the South, a direction no one likes. Nothing good, weather wise, comes from the South, said the guide. We ran North. So did everyone else. Too many boats all looking in and around Crab Caye. We found some space and […]

Irvine swimming team buoyed by support after losing beloved coach

IRVINE >> Every spring break, a time when Irvine’s girls swimmers might have longed for rest, Coach Scott Hinman held one of his favorite workouts. It was ritual for his teams, an insiders’ invitation to toughen for the push toward a championship season. The girls sprinted, over and over again. On a single practice, Hinman’s […]

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