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All Aboard!! It’s A Ride Through The History Of The Streetcars Of New Orleans

The streetcars of New Orleans have the grand distinction as being the oldest continuously operated street railroad on the planet as well as one of the first passengers railroads in the U.S.A.. Dating as far back as 1835 with the St. Charles Avenue line, it was a simple passenger line from New Orleans to the […]

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From San Luis To Salinas To The Imperial Sand: Exploring Scenic California

San Luis Reservoir: Approximately 12 miles west of Los Banos on State Route 152 sits the 9 by 5 mile San Luis Reservoir. This scenic artificial lake stores water from the San Joaquin and Sacramento River Delta and stores it for use in irrigation. Also here is the San Luis Dam which is the fourth […]

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Wild Art Wednesday: Old School Graffiti Across The U.S.A.

Old School Graffiti Across America

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Heritage Inn Suites – Eldon, Missouri (A Great Place To Stay @ Lake Ozark)

If you happen to find yourself spending time at Lake Ozark we found a great hotel with excellent rooms and great prices. The Heritage Inn Suites in Eldon, Missouri is a few miles away from the crowds and Lake Ozark but if you’ve got transportation it’s worth the drive back and forth as we were […]

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Nudes-A-Poppin’ For Dummies

Ponderosa Sun Club calls Nudes-A-Poppin’ “an annual pageant featuring nude males and females competing in erotic dance.” We call it a contest for strippers. It’s been described as “The World’s Largest Outdoor Nude Beauty Pageant.” We call it an open house at a nudist camp. Describe it any way you want to, it’s considered one […]

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Culture Of Miami South Beach (SoBe)

With miles of white, sandy beaches and seemingly endless classic Art Deco architecture to enjoy, world-class art museums, and some of the most glittering nightlife on the planet, Miami Beach ranks among America’s most sexy, trendy and iconic cities. A haven for people watching and a beach lover’s dream come true. Art & culture is […]

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Wild Art Wednesday: Graffitti’s Tattoos – Sandston (Richmond), Virginia

Wild Art Wednesday: Graffitti’s Tattoos – Sandston (Richmond), Virginia

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It’s Party Gras At Harrah’s Casino In New Orleans

Smack dab in the midst of a city already known for its decadent culture and nightlife, Harrah’s Casino in New Orleans is an imported slice of Vegas dropped right down into the delta of Dixie. Located near the foot of Canal Street and a block away from the Mississippi River, it’s situated on the previous […]

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Wild Art Wednesday: Johnny Cash Tribute 2006: Nashville, Tennessee

From his early recordings at Sun Records in Memphis until the time of his passing, Johnny Cash a.k.a. The Man In Black was, and still is, a musical legend. Near the corner of 2nd Avenue south and Shelby Street in Nashville there’s a wall paying tribute to the singer. These shots taken one night in […]

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Follow Me To Hooters

Follow Me To Hooters

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