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NEWS: Hearst Castle Auction Ends

Hearst Castle by jillclardy San Simeon, Calif.— What can $27,266.66 buy you? A nicer, newer car? A year of tuition? Or just...

NEWS: Palin Gets Corn-Roots Publicity With Maze

‘Sarah America’ corn maze courtesy of Whitehouse Corn Maze Ohio—Sarah Palin has made her mark at the Whitehouse. Not that White House;...

NEWS: With Buffalo Roundup, Vacation On The Range

by jennlynndesign Rapid City, S.D.—Rounding up more than 1,000 buffaloes weighing about 2,000 pounds a piece is no easy task, so since...

NEWS: California Academy of Sciences Opens

Courtesy of California Academy of Sciences San Francisco, Calif.— Calling the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park a museum is...

NEWS: Milwaukee Immortalizes The Fonz in Bronze

Aaaaaayyyy: The Fonzies meet, courtesy of Zaitz Photography/Spirit of Milwaukee Milwaukee, Wis.—The Fonz is back, groovin’ all week with you. Last month,...

NEWS: Montpelier’s Restoration Complete

Montpelier during the rededication ceremony by James Roney Photography, courtesy of The Montpelier Foundation Orange, Va.—The $24-million restoration of James Madison’s lifelong...

NEWS: Trek Tells Denver's Stories

Byers-Evans House Museum by cliff1066 Denver, Colo.— “The way I see it, if you’re gonna build a time machine into a car,...

NEWS: Celebrations Go On Vacation

Champagne by leh4 New York, N.Y.— Celebrations are hitting the road, a new survey has found, as people are looking to get...

NEWS: Cupcake Week: A Sweet Celebration

Hey Cupcake! in Austin by Chasqui Pittsburgh, Pa.—There was much hubbub last week about “Talk Like A Pirate Day,” and I understand...

NEWS: Past Meets Present in Wisconsin

Wisconsin—When thinking of Wisconsin, classic Americana comes to mind. It’s a state known for its bucolic landscapes, artisan cheeses and a touch...