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Archive for the ‘Everything Under the Sun’ Category

01
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, […]

06
March
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Far from the maddening urban centers of Illinois, small town Galena offers a quiet getaway amidst green rolling hills and a historic architectural charm. Visitors won’t miss the sophisticated brews of the big city coffeehouses and cafes, here in this quiet part of the state, a good cup of coffee is just around the corner.

27
February
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When you think of a coastal vacation, your mind most likely pictures a tropical paradise full of sandy beaches and clear blue waters. However, there is another coast that you are missing out on. It’s the breathtaking coast of the state of Oregon. The beautiful Pacific Northwest features craggy shorelines, a temperate climate and plenty of attractions to explore and fall in love with. Here are five reasons why you […]

10
February
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Nestled up in the Markagunt Plateau, the mountain resort town of Brian Head, Utah offers families the best of both winter and summer seasons. Those who visit the municipality during different times of the year will be pleased with the number of interesting family attractions and outdoor activities that can be enjoyed within the town and the surrounding areas.

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.

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December
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The biggest thing happening in Provincetown during the end of 2016 and the beginning of 2017 is “First Light.” On Commercial Street and throughout the town, there will be all sorts of events happening throughout the day on New Year’s Eve. First and foremost, the town will provide transportation to citizens and visitors alike through “Operation Safe Ride,” which will give free rides to safe places beginning at 10 p.m. […]

23
December
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St. John is the smallest of the three main US Virgin Islands. As such, it is located in the Caribbean Sea. The Virgin Islands as a group are located between Florida and South America. They are 1106 miles southeast of Miami and 40 or 50 miles east of Puerto Rico. The US Virgin Islands are slightly southwest of the British Virgin Islands. The US Virgin Islands have been described as […]

27
November
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If you’re looking for a way to escape from the daily grind, buying a vacation home may be the answer. Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, is an ideal place for vacations, and once you visit, you’ll likely want to come back again and again. Purchasing a home here can be a great investment as the island offers beautiful scenery and an abundance of activities. Easy Access Located just off the […]

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
June
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When it comes to taking a family vacation that the whole family will enjoy, you cannot do better than Anaheim, California. Close to LA, San Diego and the ocean, and home to celebrated theme parks, Anaheim has something for everyone.