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June
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If you are going to be spending some time in Nashville and want to explore the rest of middle Tennessee, this article points you to five cheap day trips to suit a range of tastes. Each one is within a couple of hours of downtown Nashville.

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June
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Juneau, Alaska was historically a small mining town, before Alaska became part of the United States. Now, historical spots and 19th-century buildings tell the story of Juneau’s history. You can even visit some of the old miner dwellings and ruins around the city. Learn more about Alaska’s state capital through these historic spots.

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May
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It’s hard to tell what America’s position is on the LGBT community with how divided the country has been. Half of the country seems to be very any-LGBT while the other half waives their rainbow flags in support. While the general population argues over the topic, several businesses throughout the country have also picked a side. Though most stay out of the conversation, many are very vocal. On this list, […]

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February
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There are many fun events happening this spring in Buffalo, NY. From art shows to lively festivals, people of all ages and from all walks of life will enjoy attending any of these events. Here are five events in Buffalo that everyone should plan to attend. East Aurora Art Society Spring Show Aurora Town Library February 25 – April 1, 2017 Website Local artists display their works inside the library […]

01
February
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If you’re stuck between what you want to do for a job, a forklift operating job could be in your future. Are you good with your hands? Are you good with numbers? Are you okay with repetition? If you answered yes to these questions, being a forklift operator may be right for you. Here are some things to know about forklift jobs.

Categories: Random Ramblings
10
January
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A trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico won’t be complete without a visit to the pueblos which has served as the traditional hub for Native American communities for centuries. These villages are composed of single or multi-storied structures, typically of adobe construction, which has withstood the passage of time.

16
December
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We are well into the time of year when we will need our furnaces on, but how much do you really know about your furnace? Of course you know how to turn it on and off, and you know how to change the temperature, but what else? Furnaces are machines that can be an integral part of our day to day lives and there is always a lot to learn about them. […]

Categories: Home Stuff
03
December
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Santa Fe is New Mexico’s vibrant and scenic capital city. It’s also home to an abundance of exciting options in holiday events each year. If you want to make the most of the holiday festivities in The City Different, you should put all of these upcoming events on your calendar without delay.

Categories: Travel Tales
22
November
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Artisan Holiday Fair November 25th – 26th Skip the Black Friday madness, and shop at The New Fine Arts and Craft Show, sponsored by the Provincetown Lions Club. A wonderful opportunity to find unique, handmade gifts for everyone on your list. A food court will be provided, and footage will be shown from the film “Dad, I Wanna Go Fishing,” featuring shots of Provincetown. Friday, November 25, 10 am to […]

05
November
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Nashville. Hollywood. New York City. All names that come to mind when you think of music industries and where a lot of musicians got their start. You probably never thought that Massachusetts, one of the most popular states in New England, has created some musical legends, too. Boston is particularly musical when it comes to rock, classical, and folk. Believe it or not, the state has a rich history of […]

Categories: Random Ramblings