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  • Balboa Park: The ultimate destination for you and your pet
    Balboa Park: The ultimate destination for you and your pet
    Visiting Balboa Park is a must for any visitor. This 1200 acre urban cultural park is the crown jewel of San Diego and is known for its flower displays, many pathways, trees and grassy areas and museums, many of which are magnificent Spanish...
  • Hall of Heroes celebrates DC characters’ 75th Anniversary
    Hall of Heroes celebrates DC characters’ 75th Anniversary
    In 1940, DC Comics debuted some of its most popular characters, including the Flash, Green Lantern, Captain Marvel, Robin, the Joker and Catwoman. To celebrate, the Hall of Heroes Museum hosted an all-day event July 25, 2015, that felt like a...
  • Sunken Garden Poetry Festival in West Hartford
    Sunken Garden Poetry Festival Provides exciting lineup of poets and musicians
    Every year, The Hillstead Museum has an excellent lineup of poets and musician for their yearly festival called the The Sunken Garden Poetry Festival. It is held outdoor in the beautiful sunken gardens during the month of June, July and August....
  • "Cincinnati Goes to War"
    'Cincinnati Goes to War' exhibit is well worth your time
    The Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminalis well worth your time on so many levels. The Union Terminal in Cincinnati is the largest semi-dome in the western hemisphere and a prime example of Art Deco. The building was completed in 1933 during...
  • New York City artwork found in more than just museums
    New York City artwork found in more than just museums
    New York City is famous for many things. One that may be overlooked is the tremendous collection of public artwork found throughout the city. Some pieces cost millions of dollars and often are only on display for short periods of time.Take for...
  • Anderson Collection at Stanford University
    The Anderson Collection at Stanford University
    The arts scene in the South Bay Area can often seem muted compared to the considerably more cosmopolitan atmosphere of San Francisco. After all, the City has the de Young, the Legion of Honor, the Asian Art Museum, the SFMOMA, and more. Heck, San...
  • Hermitage Museum
    Hermitage: Russia’s Winter Palace
    Russia has an amazing history. Tzars reigned over imperial Russia for over 300 years. The size of the Russian Empire was the largest Empire in history, larger than even the great Roman Empire, covering one sixth of the globe. During this era, in...
  • York County Heritage Trust sites
    York County Heritage Trust sites
    You can trust York County Heritage Trust to deliver an experience that is both fun and educational as you visit one of its many historic sites. Whether you come to see exhibited displays of the area’s past located in one of the museums, or...
  • Pride Day celebration
    A Lower Manhattan visit: the new Whitney Museum, the High Line and Pride Day
    I arrived Sunday afternoon to a fun introduction to New York City. Pride Day was celebrating the Supreme Court decision. Couples, men & men, women & women and men & women, were holding hands. The crowd, attired in rainbow colors, was...
  • "Something Happened On the Old Road" by Henk Pander
    Henk Pander captures the good, the bad and the beauty of human existence
    In 1965, Henk Pander was only 27 years old but he had already lived through a war and had painted his place among the Netherlands’ most highly esteemed artists. Then, a little thing called love captured his heart and took him across the...
  • Rare basking shark caught off Australia and it's a real museum find
    Giant basking shark caught in nets: Rare 20-ft find goes to science, not market
    A giant basking shark recently captured in Australia is so rare that it has only been seen in the region it was netted three times in the last 160 years. The last recorded capture of this species of basking shark was in the 1930s off Victoria,...
  • Culture and Cocktails lights the night in Balboa Park
    Culture and Cocktails is the favorite after hours event in Balboa Park
    Balboa Park is flowing with events and exhibitions during the day. Families and friends visit all year to take in art, photography, theater, science and more. But the entertainment does not stop at sundown. Many institutions in the park have after...
  • Chagall for Children at Kohl Children's Museum
    Everyone is an artist, Chagall for Children at Kohl Children’s Museum
    Everyone is an artist. For children, artistic expression is easy. The blank page is ready to be filled with colors, shapes and scribbles. To them, the empty space is a chance to create beautiful flowers, majestic mountains or the idyllic farm....
  • Atlanta Streetcar the new downtown travel option you need to try
    Atlanta Streetcar the new downtown travel option you need to try
    The Atlanta Streetcar is the city's alternate form of transportation. Phase one is a downtown tourist loop stretching 2.7 miles from East-West. It provides access to classic sightseeing attractions like the Martin Luther King, Jr. historic...
  • Books and lockets at Treasures, Stratford, ON 151 Ontario Street
    Stratford Heritage Weekend commemorates end of World War II
    Theatre season is in full swing at the Stratford Festival in Stratford, Ontario. Home to North America’s largest repertory theatre, it’s not uncommon to spot celebrated actors such as Colm Feore and Cynthia Dale both on and offstage in...
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