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January 25, 2009
Chocolate Dinner Extraordinaire Where:: Hotel Hershey, 100 Hotel Road, Hershey, Pa. When:: 6:30 p.m. Friday What:: This delicious dinner kicks off Hershey, Pa.'s "Chocolate-Covered February." The event will be held in the Circular Dining Room at the hotel, beginning with a reception in the Fountain Lobby and followed by a five-course meal in which chocolate is infused into every dish. How much: : Cost of dinner is $75 per person plus tax and gratuity. A wine pairing with dinner is an additional $45 plus tax and gratuity.
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By Theresa Sintetos, The Baltimore Sun | March 26, 2013
Dewey Beach, Del. Delaware Music Festival Four stages, 22 bands, no cover charge - and did we mention it's at the beach? If this sounds like fun, head to the Delaware Music Festival. Since 2003, this festival has showcased performances by some of Delaware's best bands. Enjoy dancing, singing and a preview of summer fun all weekend at the Rusty Rudder. The Delaware Music Festival begins Friday, March 29, at 9 p.m. and continues until 1 a.m. March 31. The event at the Rust Rudder is free to the public.
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By Tom Belden and Tom Belden,Knight-Ridder News Service | May 19, 1991
Mere mention of this squeaky-clean All-American town brings to mind two of the great basics of family entertainment: candy and a first-rate amusement park.Those lures are reason enough to spend a day or a weekend in Hershey. But if you don't have kids, want to leave them at home or with a hotel baby-sitting service, or would just like to divide your time between family and adult activities, you may be pleasantly surprised at the fun that grown-ups can have in Hershey -- without ever going near Chocolate World or Hersheypark.
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By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman, The Baltimore Sun | February 6, 2011
If you plan to get out of town Saturday, you'll have a difficult time if you don't take along a significant other. That's right. Because it's Valentine's Day weekend, which means everyone is coupling up — at least temporarily — to have a good time. If you don't have a significant other, there's nothing wrong with a group getaway. And whether it's a trip with friends or a soul mate, there's no sweeter place to be than Hershey, Pa. The town calls it "Chocolate-Covered February" but you can call it a party.
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By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman, The Baltimore Sun | February 6, 2011
If you plan to get out of town Saturday, you'll have a difficult time if you don't take along a significant other. That's right. Because it's Valentine's Day weekend, which means everyone is coupling up — at least temporarily — to have a good time. If you don't have a significant other, there's nothing wrong with a group getaway. And whether it's a trip with friends or a soul mate, there's no sweeter place to be than Hershey, Pa. The town calls it "Chocolate-Covered February" but you can call it a party.
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November 26, 2000
Here's a pairing you don't see every day: cosmetic surgery and safaris. The Surgeon & Safari program invites patients to South Africa for their reconstructive operations (which can be as much as 80 percent cheaper than those in the United States) and then follows them up with luxury recuperation (which includes massage and butler service) at one of two Orient Express hotels -- one in Cape Town, the other in Johannesburg. There's also an option for a jaunt through the open plains to watch some of the area's magnificent animals, although at that point, you and your bandages might look more exotic than the wildlife.
TRAVEL
By Theresa Sintetos, The Baltimore Sun | March 26, 2013
Dewey Beach, Del. Delaware Music Festival Four stages, 22 bands, no cover charge - and did we mention it's at the beach? If this sounds like fun, head to the Delaware Music Festival. Since 2003, this festival has showcased performances by some of Delaware's best bands. Enjoy dancing, singing and a preview of summer fun all weekend at the Rusty Rudder. The Delaware Music Festival begins Friday, March 29, at 9 p.m. and continues until 1 a.m. March 31. The event at the Rust Rudder is free to the public.
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December 10, 2000
A new wave in sea travel New York-based Lindblad Expeditions, an adventure travel com-pany specializing in cruises to out-of-the-way places, is reaching new depths with its Undersea Program. Using high-tech equipment, the program brings the sounds and sights of the sea aboard ship. Hydrophones listen in on vocalizations of whales, dolphins and seals. Video microscopes magnify tiny shots of rock crystal formations or the scales of fish, and a remotely operated underwater camera seeks out everything from giant jellyfish to unstable icebergs.
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By Jody Jaffe and John Muncie and By Jody Jaffe and John Muncie,Special to the Sun | March 4, 2001
At the chocolate factory in Hershey, Pa., cocoa beans are soaked, sprayed, warmed, pummeled, turned to a silky goo and wrapped in silver foil. A mile away at the chocolate spa, clients are soaked, sprayed, warmed, pummeled, turned to a silky goo and wrapped in silver foil. Somewhere, Milton S. Hershey is smiling. Hershey, the man who made millions from America's sweet tooth, may be best known for his ubiquitous Hershey bar, but it was more than innovative chocolateering skills that made him an icon.
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July 27, 2011
Teacher discounts at the Spa at Hotel Hershey What's the deal: The Spa at Hotel Hershey is offering discounts on select treatments for teachers who need a little pampering before they head back to the classroom. On Mondays through Thursdays during August, educators can save on a relaxing 50-minute traditional massage or 60-minute personal prescription facial. For a daylong spa experience, guests can add lunch in the Oasis, the spa's exclusive dining room, for $15. Visitors who are not teachers can enjoy a new citrus-themed seasonal offering called the "Summer Citrus Sensation Package.
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January 25, 2009
Chocolate Dinner Extraordinaire Where:: Hotel Hershey, 100 Hotel Road, Hershey, Pa. When:: 6:30 p.m. Friday What:: This delicious dinner kicks off Hershey, Pa.'s "Chocolate-Covered February." The event will be held in the Circular Dining Room at the hotel, beginning with a reception in the Fountain Lobby and followed by a five-course meal in which chocolate is infused into every dish. How much: : Cost of dinner is $75 per person plus tax and gratuity. A wine pairing with dinner is an additional $45 plus tax and gratuity.
TRAVEL
By Jody Jaffe and John Muncie and By Jody Jaffe and John Muncie,Special to the Sun | March 4, 2001
At the chocolate factory in Hershey, Pa., cocoa beans are soaked, sprayed, warmed, pummeled, turned to a silky goo and wrapped in silver foil. A mile away at the chocolate spa, clients are soaked, sprayed, warmed, pummeled, turned to a silky goo and wrapped in silver foil. Somewhere, Milton S. Hershey is smiling. Hershey, the man who made millions from America's sweet tooth, may be best known for his ubiquitous Hershey bar, but it was more than innovative chocolateering skills that made him an icon.
TRAVEL
December 10, 2000
A new wave in sea travel New York-based Lindblad Expeditions, an adventure travel com-pany specializing in cruises to out-of-the-way places, is reaching new depths with its Undersea Program. Using high-tech equipment, the program brings the sounds and sights of the sea aboard ship. Hydrophones listen in on vocalizations of whales, dolphins and seals. Video microscopes magnify tiny shots of rock crystal formations or the scales of fish, and a remotely operated underwater camera seeks out everything from giant jellyfish to unstable icebergs.
TRAVEL
November 26, 2000
Here's a pairing you don't see every day: cosmetic surgery and safaris. The Surgeon & Safari program invites patients to South Africa for their reconstructive operations (which can be as much as 80 percent cheaper than those in the United States) and then follows them up with luxury recuperation (which includes massage and butler service) at one of two Orient Express hotels -- one in Cape Town, the other in Johannesburg. There's also an option for a jaunt through the open plains to watch some of the area's magnificent animals, although at that point, you and your bandages might look more exotic than the wildlife.
FEATURES
By Tom Belden and Tom Belden,Knight-Ridder News Service | May 19, 1991
Mere mention of this squeaky-clean All-American town brings to mind two of the great basics of family entertainment: candy and a first-rate amusement park.Those lures are reason enough to spend a day or a weekend in Hershey. But if you don't have kids, want to leave them at home or with a hotel baby-sitting service, or would just like to divide your time between family and adult activities, you may be pleasantly surprised at the fun that grown-ups can have in Hershey -- without ever going near Chocolate World or Hersheypark.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | January 18, 2012
The Chocolate Affair is changing locations and switching up its format. This year, the annual Health Care for the Homeless benefit is being held at the Baltimore Waterfront Marriott. The date is Thursday, Feb. 2. At previous editions of this event, guests traveled from station to station, sampling the chocolate creations prepared by Baltimore-area restaurants, caterers and chocolatiers. The station traveling will now be a "dessert extravaganza" that will follow a chocolate-inspired dinner prepared by Carlos Gomez , the former executive chef of the Hotel Hershey.
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