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June 14, 1991 | From Associated Press
The Town Council has given final approval to plans for a giant-screen theater next to Zion National Park. The council voted unanimously this week to approve a permit for California-based World Odyssey to build the controversial 300-seat indoor theater, which will be joined by a 12,000-square-foot retail complex and a parking lot, at the entrance to the most popular of Utah's five national parks. Company officers said they expect construction to begin immediately.
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June 14, 1991 | From Associated Press
The Town Council has given final approval to plans for a giant-screen theater next to Zion National Park. The council voted unanimously this week to approve a permit for California-based World Odyssey to build the controversial 300-seat indoor theater, which will be joined by a 12,000-square-foot retail complex and a parking lot, at the entrance to the most popular of Utah's five national parks. Company officers said they expect construction to begin immediately.
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October 2, 2005 | Robin Rauzi, Times Staff Writer
Hotels cater to the fantasy lives we all lead -- the ones where somebody else picks up that damp towel. But a few are taking it to another level, inviting guests to express themselves. Here's where to go to vacation as ... Elvis Presley Obviously, Vegas, baby. The House of Blues (at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino) offers Rockstar Karaoke at 10 p.m. Mondays and Tuesdays. No tacky video monitors here.
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March 2, 1997 | JOHN McKINNEY, McKinney writes the Travel section's weekly Hiking column
From aptly named Canyon Overlook Trail, we beheld the majesty of Zion National Park, a wonderland of sculpted cliffs and deep canyons. Before us a kaleidoscope of desert colors shifted constantly with the angle of the sun. "It's just like a birthday cake," exclaimed my Sophia, who just celebrated her 5th birthday. I applauded my budding naturalist's observation: In winter, the park does resemble a red-rock layer cake topped by snowy white frosting.
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April 25, 1999 | JUDY PEARSON, Judy Pearson is a freelance writer who lives in Tempe, Ariz
Zion. Bryce Canyon. Capitol Reef. North rim of the Grand Canyon. Arches. Canyonlands. These are the national parks of the Colorado Plateau. Together they form what is known as the "Grand Circle," but each is a geological treasure in its own right. Visitors come from around the world to see their magnificent rock formations. Most tour by car or RV, but my husband, Joe, and I prefer to go by motorcycle.
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October 12, 2003 | Dan Blackburn, Special to The Times
Zion National Park, Utah The late afternoon sun painted the cliffs with rich rays of red as we rolled to a stop at the booth where rangers collect a $20 entrance fee and dispense information and advice. To our right, the western face of the Watchman -- an aptly named 6,545-foot-high sandstone monolith towering above the main gateway to the park -- gleamed crimson as it rose above an expanse of golden cottonwoods. Fall colors come late to Zion National Park.
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