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  • Gilbert Heritage District
    Downtown Gilbert: Gastro paradise and old-fashioned charm
    Quaint is a word usually reserved for farm towns or a B&B. In this case, it can also be assigned to the charming atmosphere of up-and-coming downtown Gilbert. It hasn't yet seen its hundredth birthday, but it has seen a revival of heritage...
  • EthiDolls: exploring African dolls
    EthiDolls: exploring African dolls
    Hello NY Doll Collectors,I was thinking about all the types of dolls we have in this world. And there are so many. And then I thought, “world”, which makes me think, ah, international. We have explored international dolls from Mattel...
  • The Nationality Rooms in the Cathedral of Learning display a rich heritage through architecture and artifacts.
    Explore history at the Cathedral of Learning
    Step back in time to another place, another century, another continent. Long Islanders who wish to travel this summer can take a trip to the Cathedral of Learning in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Located on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh,...
  • 'Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery' set to premiere August 15
    'Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery' premieres August 15 in Pasadena
    Director Walter Dominguez and executive producer Shelley Morrison are a husband and wife creative team who have been married for 41 years and have spent over a decade putting together a true legacy film.During a phone interview, both Dominguez and...
  • Saba Ahmed
    When biased just isn’t enough
    As consumers of network news/entertainment we must resign ourselves to accepting the bias in every broadcast. It would seem every journalist major wants to change the world rather than report the news. It is easy to see by the stories reported and...
  • Maya Angelou
    Maya Angelou: Special tribute to a 'Phenomenal Warrior Angel'
    A champion, legend, a giant Maya Angelou, born Marguerite Johnson on April 4 1928. Today, almost two months into her 86 years of breathing life into the lives of masses world wide, she has removed her physical body from this earth shattering the...
  • Heritage
    The Heritage Source
    Instead of dull, dry historical books that only offer a fractional glimpse as to how you descended The Heritage Source allows you and your family to build and display your entire heritage all the way back to your roots of origin. You'll...
  • Civil War Heritage Days at Fort Zachary Taylor in Key West
    Civil War Heritage Days are Feb. 7-9 at Fort Zachary Taylor in Key West
    The roar of cannon fire and the sight of soldiers in Civil War uniforms are to greet visitors at oceanfront Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park Friday though Sunday, Feb. 7-9, during the annual Civil War Heritage Days festival.Key West was the...
  • The 2014 Coastal Carolina Annual Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
    The 2014 Coastal Carolina Annual Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
    The Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Celebration Committee presents the 12th Annual Southeastern North Carolina’s Celebration and Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr January 13, 2014 through January 20, 2014 in Wilmington, NC.Each year the...
  • Asia's Song for America
    Asia's Song for America
    Mia Casino, a mother of three, posted her eldest daughter’s video, singing a ‘tagalog’ translated version of ‘America the Beautiful’; and as I asked her why (the song was translated), she said it was a way to show how...
  • A Question of Identity
    A Question of Identity
    "To give voice to one’s identity, it is necessary to spend time listening to the spaces between what you understand about yourself, and what you have been told about who you are. For the most part our lives have been about responding to...
  • Farm Heritage Festival
    Lakewood Forest Preserve's Yearly Festival
    The 20th Annual Farm Heritage Festival takes place on September 21st and 22nd, 2013. The festival is presented by the Lake County Discover Museum and co-sponsored by the Lake County Farm Heritage Association.The festival is located at the Lakewood...
  • Celebrating the 4th of July
    Celebrating the 4th of July
    Celebrating the 4th of JulyThe AJC Peachtree Road Race is among the events familiar to Atlanta residents to celebrate the Fourth of July, along with Stone Mountain Park, Centennial Olympic Park, and Lennox Square. The latter have fireworks to mark...
  • 'The Godfather' : Sage Advice
    'The Godfather': an unconventional family film
    There is a totem pole in Akron native's Roger Carano's backyard. Roger's father, Joe, carved it from an old utility pole from the Goodrich company in the winter of 1958. Joe grew up around Indian reservations in Krebs, Oklahoma and as...
  • Band Picture
    Heritage
    Tony Verecchia and Damien Kealoha met one day at a wedding. Some how they each showed each others interest in music. So they formed a band. Tony, who sings vocals has the feel of Bob Marley and Sublime slammed pack into one funky groove. Damien...