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JK Rowling publishes first chapters of new story online

LONDON  |  J.K. Rowling is publishing a new story called "The Ickabog," which will be free to read online to help entertain children and...

Colorado restaurants can open Wednesday at reduced capacity

DENVER |  Restaurants in Colorado can re-open at reduced capacity this week and day camps will be allowed to open next week, Gov. Jared...

Uncertain future rattles Italy’s famed restaurants

"We can't think about opening with just five or six people" allowed inside at a time, said owner Arrigo Cipriani.

ON A ROLL: Mason’s brings LA dumpling delights to Aurora

AURORA | Rejoice, dumpling aficionados. It may be about two months later than expected, but Mason’s Dumpling Shop has finally burst onto the north Aurora restaurant...

Sentinel Music

Review: Pop star Gaga is back, but where’s the art or...

"The Fame" was danceable and clever. "The Fame Monster" was an epic adventure into her darker mind. "Born This Way" brilliantly wove in elements of rock and house with her signature pop. Though she might have tripped over her disco ball on "ARTPOP," the album still had direction and character. And "Joanne" was a deep, emotional set of songs that paved the way for the sound of "A Star is Born," a flawless album that captures all the great sides of Gaga.

That's Weird

French Quarter sans tourists: ‘An old neighborhood again’

"I've seen and met more neighbors now than ever before," said Greenwood, who has lived in the Quarter for more than two years. "When there's a normal amount of tourists in town, people's faces can kind of get lost in the crowd."

National parks visitors should plan for ‘new normal’

BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Utah  |  After closing amid the coronavirus pandemic, the National Park...

Pandemic is dealing European tourism ‘staggering’ blow

"Venice is on its knees," Mayor Luigi Brugnaro said Tuesday.

AP PHOTOS: Venice a shell of itself as tourists flee virus

Venice in the time of coronavirus, though, is a shell of itself, with empty piazzas, shuttered basilicas and gondoliers idling their days away. The cholera epidemic that raged quietly through Venice in Thomas Mann's fictional "Death in Venice" has been replaced by a real life fear of COVID-19.

SENTINEL SPRING FORWARD — Win Free Day-Passes to Loveland Basin Ski Area

Sentinel Colorado and Loveland Ski Area are offering 10 lucky winners two day-passes to Colorado's legendary...