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Small Country, Big Heart

Being Armenian and having been to Armenia, it’s one of the most richly cultured countries in the world. There are so many places and things to see in the tiny country. First place I would take...

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Small Town, Big Heart

Matthews, a humble town just outside of Charlotte, North Carolina, is often overlooked as the perfect tourist getaway, where people of all ages enjoy a lifestyle of leisure and a unique quality of life....

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McHenry, Illinois: A Small Town With A Big Heart

When one thinks of northern Illinois they think of Chicago but, it is the suburbs of the Windy City that gave Chicago its’ reputation....

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The Hidden Side of Los Angeles

To the average American or  foreign tourist, Hollywood and Disneyland are the only places to visit in Los Angeles, but come with me for a tour of the hidden cultural and historical sites. Our...

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Diversity in Duke City

Balloon Fiesta (October 5-13, 5500 Balloon Fiesta Pkwy, Albuquerque, NM ) Get ready to rise early and go to the Mass Ascensions...

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Historic Countryside Town in NJ You Don’t Want to Miss!

Set deep in southern New Jersey is a quaint, quiet town named Mullica Hill. It’s location is a mere half-hour from big cities such as Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Newark, Delaware and only an hour...

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“Pickup” a Good Time in Guitartown

I’m not sure if you’ve ever traveled to Wisconsin, but chances are, aside from Madison and Milwaukee, you think of rolling countryside, farms and the occasional sports championship. But...

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Discovering My Past

I am a 3rd generation American, and it wasn’t until I went to Procida, an island off the coast of Naples, Italy, that I truly gained pride for my Italian heritage. I had never...

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Barrio Logan: An Undiscovered Gem

Barrio Logan is just south of the main hub of downtown San Diego. Barrio Logan is a highly diversified community, with a large population of Mexican and other Hispanic residents. The Hispanic name of...

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Diverse Hand Shakes in Dearborn

“Aslam wa alykom!”, I never thought a simple hello can be soothing.  That is when I knew this place I can call home.  Dearborn...

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