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Salgado's Stagecoach Inn in 'Sleeping with History at 7 of the USA's most Historic Hotels'

Stagecoach Inn/Belton Library How would you like to spend a night or more at a hotel once frequented by Clark Gable, Ingrid Berman, Marilyn Monroe and a long list of other Tinseltown luminaries? Or snuggle down under the sheets at a former stagecoach stop along the famous Chisolm Trail which played host to George Custer, the cavalry commander in the Civil and American Indian Wars, and Jesse James, who needs no introduction? If luxury and elegance are your preference, how about the Hotel Du…

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Fort Worth & Adrian in 'Nostalgia Front & Center in Some U.S. Museums & Eateries'

Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame Louis Kaplan is channeling his childhood.  While a youngster, he collected baseball cards which he stored in boxes and treasured as souvenirs of the USA's favorite pastime.  Decades later, he’s reliving that time while visiting the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, upstate New York.  Opportunities to recapture memories from the past are of course not limited to baseball, nor to New York. From Coca-Cola to cars, movies to museums,…

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6 iconic dishes you should try when visiting Houston

Home to 10,000 eateries from humble to haute, the Lone Star State's biggest city has in recent years been evolving into a foodie powerhouse, fueled by the addition of multicultural cuisines from 70 countries to its traditional base of good old Southern cooking (with lots of things drenched in gravy and cheese) and mucho Tex-Mex. So when in Houston, here are the top seven most iconic dishes to look for in 2020 and beyond: read post

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Johnson & Bushes' libraries in 'Parsing Politics, Personality & History at the USA's Presidential Libraries'

Sightseers at a setting near Boston enjoy a leisurely stroll through a magnificent 18th-century garden.  A man in Texas plays president as he reads a speech from a teleprompter.  Children in California take a pretend horseback ride with Ronald Reagan. These disparate experiences have one thing in common.  They’re taking place at depositories of manuscripts, memorabilia and memories which keep alive the stories of U.S. presidents. Today' s election in the United States increased interest in…

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