Catching Up with Renaissance Man Guy Harvey
Sep25

Catching Up with Renaissance Man Guy Harvey

The COVID-19 pandemic lockdown provided opportunities of productivity. For some, it was seeing how many wine bottles they could empty. For others, it was converting their creativity into new opportunities. Renaissance man Dr. Guy Harvey chose the latter.

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Travel to New York: Buffalo’s Beautiful Gardens
Sep01

Travel to New York: Buffalo’s Beautiful Gardens

Here’s another reason to travel to New York: Buffalo’s beautiful gardens. View them through America’s largest garden walk, u-pick farms, public art, and the botanical gardens.

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Music is a Global Connector: New Research Lists USA at Top of Global Influential Music Index
Mar06

Music is a Global Connector: New Research Lists USA at Top of Global Influential Music Index

Music is a global connector and it’s part of the travel experience. New research released by medimops reveals USA is at the top of the Global Influential Music Index.

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Shoot Like A Girl® Free Archery and Firearms Experience at Bass Pro Shops® in Fort Myers, FL, Feb. 6 & 7, 2021
Feb02

Shoot Like A Girl® Free Archery and Firearms Experience at Bass Pro Shops® in Fort Myers, FL, Feb. 6 & 7, 2021

The Shoot Like A Girl Home of the Brave Tour is making its first scheduled stop of the year at Bass Pro Shops in Fort Myers, Florida for a free interactive event.

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I Bought an Entry into the Candyman’s Gold Ticket Treasure Hunt. Now What?
Sep09

I Bought an Entry into the Candyman’s Gold Ticket Treasure Hunt. Now What?

I think we can all agree, 2020 is a weird, strange year. This is why I did not hesitate spending $49.98 to buy an entry into the Candyman’s Gold Ticket treasure hunt. So now what?

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Ringling College Library Association Town Hall: General John F. Kelly
Jan30

Ringling College Library Association Town Hall: General John F. Kelly

It was an honor listening to and meeting General John F. Kelly, former White House Chief of Staff and Secretary of Homeland Security in Sarasota. Here are highlights from his lecture and Q&A.

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Free Admission on Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day: Sept. 18, 2021
Aug18

Free Admission on Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day: Sept. 18, 2021

Participating museums and cultural institutions will offer free admission on Museum Day to those who download a ticket.

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Duran Duran Will Perform at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, July 16, 2019
Jul14

Duran Duran Will Perform at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, July 16, 2019

Duran Duran will perform at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex on July 16, 2019. Here’s what you need to know.

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Solo Travel in Georgia: 24 Hours in Plains
Jul14

Solo Travel in Georgia: 24 Hours in Plains

I spent 24 hours in Plains and attended Sunday School with former President Jimmy Carter at Maranatha Baptist Church. Here’s a timeline of my trip.

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Nik and Lijana Wallenda Trained in Sarasota for ABC’s Highwire Live in Times Square
Jun23

Nik and Lijana Wallenda Trained in Sarasota for ABC’s Highwire Live in Times Square

Nik and Lijana Wallenda trained in Sarasota for their June 23, 2019, high-wire walk over New York City’s Time’s Square. They will walk 1,250 feet, starting at opposite ends, 25 stories high, on a wire 3/4” in diameter.

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Will the Great American Eclipse Be the Biggest Travel Day in U.S. History?
Aug16

Will the Great American Eclipse Be the Biggest Travel Day in U.S. History?

Where will you be on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017? It’s the day of the Great American Eclipse and it may be the biggest travel day in United States history. The 60 to 70-mile path of totality will sweep down from Oregon to South Carolina, meaning most people wanting to be in complete darkness for the two minutes when the moon moves between the sun and Earth will need to travel to view it.

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How I Found and Gave My Parents the Perfect 50th Anniversary Gift
Aug06

How I Found and Gave My Parents the Perfect 50th Anniversary Gift

Finding the perfect 50th anniversary gift for my parents was difficult, but once I found it, it was so easy to execute and Casey Kasem would agree it was a hit. The gift encapsulated my gratitude and appreciation for all they’ve done for my siblings and me and to this day, they continue to give. Before I share what this chart-topping gift is, let me briefly give you a glimpse into my childhood.

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I Met a Rocket Man at Heroes and Legends at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
May24

I Met a Rocket Man at Heroes and Legends at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

“One of my heroes was John Glenn. My mother let me play hooky from school to watch his mission. And the drama and the class with which he performed that mission was really neat,“ rocket man Jerry L. Ross told me when I asked the hero who his hero was.

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Mad Mo is Paving the Way for Girls in Pro Monster Trucks
Apr23

Mad Mo is Paving the Way for Girls in Pro Monster Trucks

Morgan Matheny is like most teenagers. The 14-year-old attends public school in Central Florida, plays basketball, and aspires to pursue a medical career. When not in school, chances are she’s buckled into Demolition Diva as her alter ego Mad Mo, paving the way for girls in pro monster trucks.

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Pet-Friendly Glamping Rentals Website Launches
Jun15

Pet-Friendly Glamping Rentals Website Launches

Dog packs around the world are yapping in glee over the news a pet-friendly glamping rentals website launched. Called Glamping Hub for Pets, the new site, which is part of Glamping Hub, is a community of pet owners offering a resource for booking pet-friendly outdoor lodging, trip planning and pet travel tips.

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