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Mall of America

Mall of America

Feb 02 2014

The Mall of America is a destination unto itself. With more than 400 stores, a movie theater, an indoor roller coaster, arcade…

Twin Cities

Twin Cities

Jan 26 2014

There’s so much to see in the cultured twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Visit Minnehaha Park for its 53-foot torrential falls right in…

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Jan 19 2014

Fernbank Museum of Natural History may not seem the most likely place for a cultural performance, but this isn’t your grandmother’s museum.…

Agatha’s: Murder Mystery Dinner Theater

Agatha’s: Murder Mystery Dinner Theater

Jan 12 2014

When you attend a murder mystery dinner theater, you have to make allowances. Don’t expect fine dining or high-brow art. The comedy…

Global Winter Wonderland

Global Winter Wonderland

Jan 05 2014

What makes the Global Winter Wonderland unique is that it’s not just another trolley ride through lighted displays. You can lose yourself…

Cooper Creek Park

Cooper Creek Park

Dec 29 2013

Cooper Creek Park is always a pleasant place to go for a stroll. I enjoyed walks around the pond, sighting herons in the…

Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

Dec 22 2013

Iconic and eternal, somehow this industrial, iron tower symbolizes romance, beauty and all the je ne sais quoi that is French life.…

Christmas in Paris

Christmas in Paris

Dec 15 2013

Parisians are much in the habit of putting large, majestic Christmas trees in front of (or, in the case of the Galeries…

Port Columbus

Port Columbus

Dec 08 2013

Each December, Port Columbus flings wide its doors for a free Victorian Christmas open house. Holiday refreshments, costumed carolers and a Civil…

Sacred Heart Cultural Center

Sacred Heart Cultural Center

Dec 01 2013

Despite twin spires, Sacred Heart Cultural Center struck me with its asymmetry. Myriad arches, inconsistent yet congruent styles of brickwork and nearly 100 stained glass…