Hilary Swank had 'Trust' in returning to work

Hilary Swank apologizes for being late for the interview as she and the publicist for the FX series "Trust" took a wrong turn down a hotel corridor. It's an understandable mistake, especially when you factor in that it has been a few years since the Oscar-winning actress has been part of any kind of promotional press for a project.


Disney World: Epcot's Odyssey in remodeling mode

A former Epcot restaurant is getting a makeover that will cement its role as a flexible-use space for the Walt Disney World theme park. Odyssey, the angular building sandwiched between the park's Mexico pavilion and Test Track attraction, will have a wide array of ever-changing purposes as Epcot expands, said Dave Kesting, general manager of Epcot festivals.


The Japanese Alps in winter offer snow, sake – and monkeys in hot springs

It was coming on winter in Los Angeles, and I was missing snow. Boston-born, I missed snow's ozone aroma (snow does have a smell, you know). I missed its soft crunch under my feet. And coincidentally, I was also missing Japan, a land that has fascinated me ever since third grade when, for a show-and-tell project, at the suggestion of Mrs. Reggolino, who also had a Japan thing going on, I built a traditional Japanese home out of balsa wood and paper, complete with shoji screens (yes, I was a precocious child). Some places I visit only once and see no need to return. Others, such as Japan, I have visited multiple times. I love the food and culture but mostly I love the people and the respect they show each another and to visitors.

Prepare for CLT's busiest travel day

Thanksgiving is over but Charlotte Douglas International Airport expects its busiest day of the holiday week is still ahead. Sunday will see more than 31,000 travelers at the airport for departing flights, another 100,000 passengers on connecting
Davie Hinshaw