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Places to Go: Fame Recording Studio / Alabama

How can one small building hold such musical talent and be responsible for so many #1 hits through the years?  FAME Music is excited to announce a reboot of the FAME brand, including a recently released tribute album, revamped website, new merchandise, and tours of the iconic FAME Recording Studios in celebration of the unique and enduring musical legacy of small-town …

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How to Get Lower Flight Rates

If you have upcoming travel plans in 2020 and need help finding the best airfare, you need to check out the FREE TRIAL of Matt’s Flights Premium Service!  More than 850,000 subscribers are already saving up to 90% on Domestic and International flights. Owned and operated by Mathew Guidice, he started this service three years ago. ““I started this idea so that …

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Hot Spots for Super Bowl LIV

Greystone Miami Beach Stay at the hottest new adult-only hotel in Miami Beach. A historic 1930’s boutique hotel, Greystone Miami Beach has undergone a complete revitalization to become a truly unique experience on the beach. The 54,000 square-foot, adult-only hotel is eco-conscious as well as pet-friendly. The property’s blend of style juxtaposes beachy boho-chic vibes with city glam influences while …

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New Exhibit at National WWI Museum and Memorial

KANSAS CITY – The National WWI Museum and Memorial is opening a new exhibit on March 12 about the transition for service personnel from war-time duty to civilian life called “We’re Home, Now What.” The exhibit will feature archival materials such as posters, pamphlets, and images. From the earliest history of armed conflict soldiers have done their duty and returned to their …

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Seminole Shootout Battle Reenactments

The Seminole Shootout was first performed in the late 1990s and brings together re-enactors in soldier and warrior attire with authentic weapons and tactics, plus pyrotechnics to simulate cannon blasts. They reenact a typical battle from the Second Seminole War, which ranged from 1835 through 1842 and is the longest and costliest Indian conflict in U.S. history. Reenactment events are …

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A Natural Retreat Get-A-Way

Fall or Winter is not normally a season that most people would think to head out on a family vacation, however we are not your typical normal family. Yes, the leaves have changed colors; farmers have the crops harvested, and the decorated pumpkins on bails of hay in our neck of the woods was an amazing site, but we all …

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