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NEWS: Couple Breaks Lowest Fuel Consumption Record

by slopjop Houston, Texas—This blog has a new set of road models. Aboard their Volkswagen Jetta TDI, John and Helen Taylor broke...

NEWS: Chicago's Company Town Opens Its Doors

Pullman houses on 112st St. by puroticorico We are born in a Pullman house, fed from the Pullman shops, taught in the...

NEWS: Mackinac Island's Indian Dormitory Being Made Into Art Museum

Indian Dormitory in Mackinac Island courtesy of Mackinac State Historic Parks Mackinac Island, Mich. —Mackinac Island, a state park where bikes are...

NEWS: Presidential Sites In The Spotlight

Spiegel Grove, Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center in Ohio by jimbowen0306 Washington, D.C. —The presidential race is at the forefront of American...

NEWS: Solar Lights The Way On Oregon Roads

Gov. Ted Kulongoski and Portland General Electric CEO Peggy Fowler install the first solar panel last month. Picture courtesy of OregonDOT Oregon—Solar...

NEWS: Arkansas Blues Festival Begins Next Week

The late Robert Lockwood Jr. performs at the 2006 festival. Last year’s event was dedicated in his memory. Courtesy of Zac Lehr...

NEWS: Indiana Leaf Cam Shows Off Fall's Changing Colors

Changing leaves in Brown County courtesy of Brown County Convention & Visitors Bureau Indianapolis, Ind.—Although many of the state’s trees are still...

NEWS: Mob Museum Made In Las Vegas

Courtesy of warrenski Las Vegas, Nev.—Their cover is blown. The official name of The (redacted) Museum was let out as more details...

NEWS: Beer Drinkers Descend On Denver

2007 Great American Beer Festival courtesy of Jason E. Kaplan/Great American Beer Festival Denver, Colo.—Beer will be the toast of the town...

NEWS: Historic Charleston Homes Go On Display

Featured Rainbow Row home courtesy of Milton Morris Photography and the Preservation Society of Charleston Charleston, S.C.— Residents will be opening the...