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Attraction of the Week: The American Sign Museum in Cincinnati

History buffs, art lovers, and/or fans of the strange & unusual visiting Cincinnati should plan a visit to The American Sign Museum. While The Cincinnati Museum of Art, The Cincinnati Zoo and The Great American Ball Park rate amongst the city’s most iconic attractions, there is always something quirky and off-the-beaten path worth exploring in […]

5 Must-Do’s in Cincinnati

Cincinnati is the 3rd largest city in Ohio with a population just over 300,000. In the mid 1800’s, Cincinnati was the country’s 6th largest city and referred to as the “Queen City of the West.” To this day, “The Queen City.” has remained the city’s most popular nickname. Most notably, the city’s strong art scene […]

Unique, Fascinating, and Off-the-Beaten Path Attractions…Part 2

A continuation of my exploration of all that is quirky and weird. As I travel throughout the US, I always make it a point to check out strange, historic, roadside, and eclectic places, and really anything else unusual that catches my eye. Below are some fascinating and oddball attractions located across the US. Also visit […]

Attraction of the Week: The Andy Warhol Museum

Andy Warhol is arguably the most famous person born in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh magazine recently ranked the pop art icon #6 on the list of “The 50 Great Pittsburghers of All Time.” He joins the ranks of Mr. Rogers, Andrew Carnegie, H.J. Heinz, and Jonas Salk, amongst others. Out of a sizeable lists of artists and […]

Asheville: San Francisco of the East

Many different nicknames have been attributed to Asheville over the years. The quirky city in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge mountains has long been known as an artistic oasis. It’s one of the most artsy cities in the Southeast. In fact, it even ranked number 25 on the Top 30 Creative Small Cities List. Art galleries, […]

10 Must-Dos in Charlotte, North Carolina

Charlotte, the biggest city in North Carolina, has become a popular relocation area in recent years. The mild climate, low cost of living, and close proximity to both the mountains and oceans has attracted many northern transplants. After New York, the city ranks as the second biggest banking center. Besides being a financial hub, Charlotte […]

12 things to do in downtown Asheville

Everything bagel and Americano at High Five Coffee in Asheville, North Carolina

10 Must-Dos in St. Petersburg, Florida

This beautiful Gulf Coast city is a great destination for year-round fun-in-the-sun. Nicknamed “the Sunshine City” for its’ attractive climate, St. Petersburg is a popular oasis for fitness buffs, fishermen, boaters, beach goers, and golfers. The city holds the Guinness Book World record for “the most consecutive days of sunshine” (768 days). In addition to […]

10 Relaxing things to do in Asheville, NC

At one point, Asheville was predominantly known as a low-key, artsy Bohemian city, surrounded by beautiful scenery, with close access to the Blue Ridge mountains. While the city’s art scene is still considered one of the most eccentric, today, the city is more well known for its’ craft brewery and foodie scene. Asheville is a […]

Attraction of the Week: The World’s Only Aluminum Tree Museum

A winter visit to beautiful Transylvania County, North Carolina is the perfect time to enjoy quiet winter walks in the tranquil Pisgah National Forest, as well as stroll around charming downtown Brevard. If your visit falls during the holiday season, you will will also have a few festive activities to look forward to. One of […]