Archive for Tag Archives: ' Museums'

American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

Take a modern look at history. By Renée S. Gordon March 23 to April 4, 2017, the Grand Opening of the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown (ARMY) will take place. The museum complex, located within America’s Historic [...]

Harriet Tubman

Understand, Celebrate Her Story in Maryland. By Renée S. Gordon On the 104th anniversary of Harriet Tubman’s death (which was March 10, 1913) Maryland’s Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center opened. She was nearly 95 years [...]

Muhammad Ali Legacy Tour

Louisville, Kentucky is home of a legend. By Renée S. Gordon On January 17, 1942 Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. was born to Odessa O’Grady and Cassius Clay Sr. He was their firstborn; 18 months later his [...]

Sea Turtle Rescue Follow-Up: Meet Anna Hyatt

Follow a recent rescued loggerhead to the South Carolina Aquarium in Charleston, South Carolina. By Hope S. Philbrick Since I recently helped rescue a loggerhead sea turtle, it seemed fitting to go visit her in the [...]

Old is New in Las Vegas’ Original Downtown

When in Nevada’s most famous city, forego the The Strip and check out these five must-sees in Old Vegas. By Craig Distl Old Vegas is new again. Sin City’s original Downtown, long an afterthought to the [...]

Lake Allatoona Inn

Bed & Breakfast, stables and events in Cartersville, Georgia. By Hope S. Philbrick An orange tabby cat greeted me at the front door of Lake Allatoona Inn. I adore cats, especially friendly orange ones, and bent [...]

South Dakota’s I-29 Cultural Corridor

Drive this route for easy access to the state’s art, nature, history and Native American heritage. By Renée S. Gordon South Dakota is replete with sites that are on bucket lists of people around the world. [...]

Realizations

Shop at the Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs, Mississippi. By Hope S. Philbrick The Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs, Mississippi “opened in 1991 and is dedicated to the celebration of the [...]

Front Royal, Virginia

By Renée S. Gordon Virginia’s 140 mile long Shenandoah Valley lies between the Allegheny and the Blue Ridge Mountains. In this beautiful region that served Native Americans for tens of thousands of years before colonists arrived, Front Royal was formally [...]

Museum Hopping in Kansas City, Missouri

“Here I Come” By Renée S. Gordon Visit a museum to get immersed in the events and individuals of another era that changed our way of life. Kansas City, Missouri boasts several museums that should not [...]

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