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Posted on 04/02 at 07:10 PM
Pharr, TX has an interesting twist to its name. While it's on the southern border of Texas adjacent to Mexico, and it's nearly the southern-most portion of Texas, oddly enough, its location has nothing at all to do with its...Read More
Posted on 04/02 at 07:10 PM
The Troy Michigan website trumpets "Live here, work here, play here". And why not? It looks like a great place to call home. The "Live here" section features parks and programs for seniors, while the "Play here" section is...Read More
Posted on 04/02 at 07:10 PM
Here are a few of the reasons why living in Berkeley, CA is a great thing: warm, predictable weather, stress-free driving (relatively), the nearby new Bay Bridge span, Children's Fairyland is close by, plenty of great...Read More
Posted on 04/02 at 07:10 PM
Escondido, CA has several catchy nicknames. Among them: "Hidden Valley", "The Hidden City", "The Heart of San Diego North",  and my personal favorite; "Esco". Their motto is "City of Choice". With that type of reputation, it...Read More
Posted on 04/02 at 07:10 PM
Did you know that the Traverse City area is the largest producer of tart cherries in the United States? True factoid. Near the time of the cherry harvest, Traverse City hosts the annual week-long National Cherry Festival...Read More
Posted on 04/02 at 07:10 PM
Alameda is a pretty cool place.  Activities abound including sailing, golfing, the popular Antique Faire, skate parks for the kids, and plenty of other parks for any outdoor activity you can imagine.  Life is good in Alameda...Read More
Posted on 04/02 at 07:10 PM
Ever since WWII when the U.S government enacted the Homestead act opening up parts Kenai National Moose Range giving veterans a 90-day preference for selecting land and filing for property ownership, Soldotna has been slowly...Read More
Posted on 04/02 at 07:10 PM
Berkeley, California has a colorful history. Arguably the catalyst for the Free Speech movement of the 1960's, Berkeley is now hosting "Looking Back: The Free Speech Movement at Fifty". It's an historical look inspired by...Read More
Posted on 04/02 at 07:10 PM
From what can be learned online, Stuart, FL has a nice mix of all types of people. Generally friendly with a "small town" feel. During the winter months there may be a bit more traffic, a few more lines at the stores as the...Read More
Posted on 04/02 at 07:10 PM
When it was learned that Stuart, Florida is located on Florida's "Treasure Coast", boy did that conjure up some images! Just imagine... swashbucklers in the days of yore hijacking galleons filled with riches bound for the...Read More

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