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Orlando is best known as the Disney and theme park Mecca of the United States, but this popular destination is also home to a thriving local art and culture community. If you find yourself around ...
The New Orleans Carnival season is justly famous around the world, but there’s more to Mardi Gras than bared breasts and drunken excess. Carnival has its roots in Christian traditions and the ...
The Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington is famous world-wide. It all started with a letter from First Lady Helen Taft to the Mayor of Tokyo in 1912. She wrote to him complimenting the beautiful ...
In addition to Boston’s rich history in establishing the US, the city is also known for the variety of festivals it hosts. On the Fourth of July visitors and residents with interest in maritime revel ...
Written by AlyseInWonderland, USA, March 2011
Reggae fans who are in Miami on March 12th are in for a real treat, as the 18th annual 9 Mile Music Festival will kick off in downtown’s Bayfront Park. The Festival is sponsored by the Bob Marley ...
Music fans, take note. In September, Boston hosts one of the country’s premier jazz events. The Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festiva l centers on a daylong street party along Columbus Avenue in Boston’s ...
Written by Jessica F, March 2013
New York City boasts being home to the world’s first St. Patrick’s Day Parade in 1762, and today holds the largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade on the planet with over two million attendees each year. If ...
Written by Viator, March 2013
In 1912, the United States was given 3,020 cherry trees as a gift of friendship, which were planted around Washington DC. Today, locals and visitors can enjoy taking in the beautiful bright pink of ...
Written by Hudson, USA, January 2013
Chinatown in San Francisco is always a big deal/time/event. With quite possibly the biggest Chinese population outside of China, San Francisco’s Chinatown has a whirlwind of culture all its own. And ...
Written by Washington DC Expert:Vera, USA, September 2011
Yes, things do seem to be winding down in Washington
for the season (How can you tell? Because I’ve gotten a chance to write
again!), but that doesn’t mean the fun is over. I actually think ...
Written by Hudson, USA, October 2011
Headed down south? Well I doubt you’ve heard of New Orleans being referred to as “Hollywood of the South,” but the moniker is well deserved. Seems like every other month someone is shooting a movie ...
Written by Hudson, USA, September 2011
The Fisherman’s Wharf is a popular tourist destination in San Francisco and well it should be. The sea lions lazing about the pier, the sunset, the view of the bay, and of course the food: there’s a ...
Written by Hudson, USA, August 2011
In Laguna Beach or the Orange County
area this week? Fancy some art you’ve never seen, but maybe not that
into the whole art scene and are looking for something a bit different?
Try catching ...
Americana has experienced an exciting revival in recent years, and with that revival comes the re-invigoration of fun Americana-themed events like the Great South Bay Music Festival. Encompassing ...
Written by Hudson, USA, February 2012
Though it might read like a misnomer, a good time can be had by families
(it actually happens all the time, believe it or not) during the best
of all bacchanalian celebrations: Mardi Gras, ...
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