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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 sto…

Started by Tripatini

0 Jun 27

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 power…

Started by Tripatini

0 Mar 4

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 a…

Started by Tripatini

0 Nov 5, 2020

South Padre Island cited as one of '5 of the USA's Best Surfing Spots Outside Hawaii/California/Florida'

When it comes to surfing, Hawaii and California are of course the most famous states in the USA (and for places in the latter, like Hun…

Started by Tripatini

0 Jul 2, 2020

Wines deep in the heart of Texas: Becker & Fall Creek Vineyards

Becker Vineyards It all began when the Becker family began searching for a log cabin to renovate for their Texas Hill Country getaway fr…

Started by Tripatini

0 May 12, 2020

5 spots in/around Dallas that history buffs will love

Whether you want to show your kids that learning can be fun, or you’re just a big history buff yourself, Dallas, Texas has what you’re lo…

Started by Tripatini

0 Apr 5, 2020

Houston's Buffalo Soldiers Museum cited in '12 Top Destinations for African-Diaspora Travel'

  Welcome to February! Since 1970, it's also been Black History Month in the USA, and since 1995 in Canada, as well (whereas it's observe…

Started by David Paul Appell

0 Feb 25, 2020

One of the USA's most historic cities, San Antonio, celebrates 300 years

  One fine May day back in 1718, an Andalusian Franciscan friar, Antonio de Olivares, established the Misión San Antonio de Valero in an a…

Started by David Paul Appell

0 Oct 22, 2018

The unique 'ethnic' dining of San Antonio recognized by UNESCO

Texas' second largest city has traditionally been a fairly sleepy place as big cities go, but that's been changing in recent years as its p…

Started by Tripatini

0 Mar 25, 2018

LBJ & Bushes' presidential libraries

I'll say upfront, I'm horrified by the nightmare my country has just let itself in for,  wincing at the massive damage we're going to be ta…

Started by EnLinea Media

0 Feb 14, 2017


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