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My family once had a neighbor, a belle of the Old South, who was fond of the phrase, "Of course, you know . . . ," which she would usually follow with a juicy disclosure. In that spirit, I'll deliver a timely if not exactly sensational tidbit of...
Tags: Halloween, Holidays, The Pilgrims, Orlando, Thanksgiving
South Florida Sun-SentinelIt's the first full weekend of the month on Saturday and Sunday, which means you can visit nine South Florida museums for free with an ID and a Bank of America credit or debit card. Get in free at more than 150 U.S. venues with BOA's Museum on Us...
Post-Memorial Day edition of This Week at Orlando's Theme Parks and Attractions: + On Thursday, Starship performs at the monthly Velvet Sessions at Universal's Hard Rock Hotel. More info: www.velvetsessions.com. + Thursday is the final day for Snow...
Lincoln is the quintessential badass American president. He abolished slavery. He promoted economic modernization. He wore an awesome top hat that you can still see at the Smithsonian (see photo). And 147 years after his untimely and well-documented death...
Tags: Stamford, Larry Schneider, Arts and Culture
Nuts about "Peanuts"? The Orange County Regional History Center is now home to an exhibit that should appeal to devotees of Charlie Brown and the gang. "Peanuts … Naturally" opens Saturday, Sept. 29, at the downtown Orlando museum. It includes...
Special events really crank up this week at Central Florida's theme parks and attractions. My calendar runneth over ... + The Epcot International Food & Wine Festival begins Friday at Walt Disney World. New amongst the World Showcase kiosks are a vegan...
Tags: Tampa, Tourism and Leisure, Wines, Cancer, Charles M. Schulz
The Turkeyfoot Valley Historical Society will host Ed Reis, Westinghouse historian for the Senator John Heinz History Center. His presentation is titled "Bertha Lamme — America's First Woman Electrical Engineer" at the Turkeyfoot Valley...
Abraham Lincoln is among the most beloved Americans of all time, if not the most beloved. His legendary status make him seem like a character from a book, but he was a real dude. And the Fairfield Museum and History Center has proof: Two documents...
There are a few hot tickets this week at Orlando's theme parks and attractions. + Universal Studios wraps up its Summer Concert Series on Saturday with singer/actress Miranda Cosgrove. "It's going to be the first tour date of my little summer tour I'm...
Nestled in the heart of the Fox Valley and located 40 miles west of Chicago, this close-knit community works continually to make Geneva an even better place to live. Come stroll along the lush, tree-lined streets and visit a historic town with...
Friday, Sept. 7 During Festival of the Vine, get acquainted with Geneva's shops, eateries and services. Stop in to check out special in-store/restaurant events and activities. *Hours vary throughout the festival. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. – Anderson...
Flavors of Aurora: Stirred not Shaken: HISPANIC Presented by The Aurora Historical Society Pierce Art and History CenterStaff reporterFlavors of Aurora: stirred not shaken: HISPANIC Presented by The Aurora Historical Society Pierce Art and 20 East Downer Place in Aurora, Illinois 60505 Exhibit runs through September 29. Wednesdays-Saturdays, noon-4pm Parking is free across the street...
Tags: Aurora, Arts and Culture
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