Food Vacations

It is a fact that many people out there in America base their vacation choices on nothing more than food. Oh, yes, it may be wonderful to have that perfect view or the buzzing nightlife of a certain locale, but being able to have those incredible aromas hovering all around, coming from literally the best meals in all of the United States, can top the list when planning that perfect vacation. So…how far would you travel for the perfect meal? Well…everyone knows about the elegant Parisian meals or the never-ending fare of Rome, but what if your bank account can only supply you with enough to stay in good, old America and visit the best cities here serving the most unforgettable cuisine? The U.S. most definitely has locations that can go head-to-head and even surpass anything France or Italy has to offer, and the first can be found in…Louisiana.

With the Kids in the Car “Road Trips” are Out the Window

Travel…with kids. The one thing that most all parents will agree upon is the fact that heading out on the road with kids for a relaxing holiday is a big mistake. Did you ever see the movie National Lampoon’s Vacation? If you have, then you know exactly what I mean. Now parents may roll their eyes at this. Especially those that have saved up money by skipping “big family vacations” for the last couple of years just to go somewhere unique and a whole lot of fun in 2017. Others may roll their eyes because they will feel like “Disney” is the only ‘world’ that the kids will enjoy. However…that is not the case. If you are looking for that awesome vacation for both you and the kids, (with no long-distance driving involved), there are a few that will delight every member of the family.

Turning the “Ugly” Into a Stunning Emerald “Green”

  Turning the “Ugly” Into a Stunning Emerald “Green” by Amy Lignor   We speak about “going green” and revitalizing this country: from little things, like making your own garden healthy, to projects that involve massive amounts of money as huge buildings are constructed from the ground up to be environmentally friendly. It’s hard to […]

Rebooting Rockefeller

Rebooting Rockefeller ~Dinesh Sharma Institute for Global Cultural Studies, SUNY-Binghamton Many Americans may have heard the phrase, “The Twentieth Century is the American Century,” coined by Henry Luce, the publisher and media mogul who defined the post-World War-II rise of America as a superpower. Yet, few may know that another titan of American industry, John […]

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