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US travel industry carefully eyeing Cuba tourism
NEW YORK (AP) -- Cuba was once a haven for sun-seeking American tourists. Beautiful beaches, lively casinos and late-night dancing made it the perfect getaway, only an hour's flight from Miami....
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A tourist in Detroit: Motown, coney dogs and art
DETROIT (AP) -- I arrived in a power outage, got a $45 parking ticket and drove past dozens of abandoned homes. But as a tourist on my first trip to Detroit, I also sang in the Motown studio, saw the paintings that were nearly sold to pay the city's bills, and bumped fists with the sculpture of boxer Joe Louis' powerful arm....
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Now that Detroit museum has been saved, go see it
DETROIT (AP) -- In the end, what saved Detroit's art museum from being sold off painting by painting was a legal pad covered in doodles....
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Berlin exhibition evokes final months of WWII
BERLIN (AP) -- The tense expression on Ilse Grassmann's face belies the festive occasion. It's Christmas 1944 and she is sitting at home with her three youngest children, the table bare of food or gifts. Her husband is due to be called up soon to join Nazi Germany's hopeless attempt to win the war. Their 18-year-old son is already stationed in Denmark awaiting the Allied advance....
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Go For the Food: Coney Island hot dogs in Detroit
DETROIT (AP) -- To New Yorkers like me, going to Coney means hopping on a Coney Island-bound subway train to an amusement park at the beach. But on a trip to Detroit, I learned that "coney" means something entirely different....
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