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  1. Snap a selfie with Don Draper


    NEW YORK — Mad Men selfie, anyone?

    Actor Jon Hamm, who plays Draper, helped unveil the bench dedicated to Mad Men in front of New York’s Time & Life Building on March 23. The bench features a silhouette of the adman.
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  2. Epcot's Innoventions West to close at Disney World for overhaul


    How will kids learn to save up enough money to go to Disney World now that Epcot's financial education game, the Great Piggy Bank Adventure, is closing? The Innoventions West attraction at Epcot will be closed as the area undergoes an overhaul, and these little piggies will not stay home. The Piggy Bank Adventure …

    In this May 18, 2009 photo,Toni Corkil, right, of Marshall, Mo. and her daughter Grace, 8, learn about saving and investing through a series of interactive video games at the Great Piggy Bank Adventure in the EPCOT theme park at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The exhibit is aimed at teaching kids ages 8 to 13 basic lessons in personal finance.(AP Photo/John Raoux)
  3. Make time for Kauai's fertile, funky Hanalei


    “Defend Hanalei," says the bumper sticker on a rusty, surfboard-loaded pickup puttering slowly down the winding, two-lane road in front of my rental car as I approach a bridge into Kauai's green, green Hanalei Valley.

    The launching stream at Kayak Hanalei feeds into the Hanalei River. You can rent a double-seater, sit-on-top kayak for the half-day special price of $48.