Welcome to City Guide 2022 | City Guide | St. Louis

Welcome to City Guide 2022 |  City Guide |  St.Louis

click to enlarge Nyara Williams The Ethical Society of St. Louis You can live in St. Louis for decades and not know many of the city’s treasures. Sure, it’s easy to get caught up in our history; we still talk about the 1904 World’s Fair like a recent event, after all. But that often means … Read more

And the winners are …: SEVEN ENERGY INITIATIVES AWARDED IN THE ALPINE AREA – Regional Policy

And the winners are …: SEVEN ENERGY INITIATIVES AWARDED IN THE ALPINE AREA - Regional Policy

06/10/2022 THE EUSALP ENERGY AWARD 2022: “Citizen activation and participation in the energy transition” honors activities and projects of citizens, municipalities, start-ups, established companies, research institutions and NGOs that are exemplary for citizens’ involvement in the energy transition. Energy award; Energy conference; energy-transition SEVEN INITIATIVES AWARDED FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ENERGY TRANSITION IN THE … Read more

Lynchburg Area Holiday and Christmas Events for December 2022

Lynchburg Area Holiday and Christmas Events for December 2022

Let Lynchburg Macaroni Kid help you Find Your Family Fun® for the holidays in Central Virginia! From parades and Santa visits to Christmas tree lightings and and holiday markets, here are the best family-friendly holiday events for your family to check out during December. Add a few of these events to your calendar during December … Read more

How to Make Sure Your Vote Counts in Los Angeles This November

How to Make Sure Your Vote Counts in Los Angeles This November

It is probably melodramatic to claim that the soul of Los Angeles is at stake this upcoming election day, Tuesday, November 8. But the 2022 midterm elections have so many contests with major local implications that it feels like an inflection point for citywide policy. There are important issues across the nerd, including high-profile races … Read more

Eat Your Way Through Fall At Treetops Resort With Fall Color Tour

Eat Your Way Through Fall At Treetops Resort With Fall Color Tour

As the weather gets colder, the fall foliage is starting to take over. We always head to grab a warm mug of apple cider, eat anything pumpkin spice flavored, and take the kids to the pumpkin patch. If you are like me and want to switch it up this fall season, you may want to … Read more

Winter’s Almost Here, ND’s Largest Ski Resort Is Excited

Winter's Almost Here, ND's Largest Ski Resort Is Excited

Fall is here… and with that means the next season on deck is Winter… AND for the snow lovers… those that dream of the slopes… Snowboarding, Skiing, and Cross Country Skiing are just around the bend! SAVE BIG TODAY – ON SALE NOW for a short time are Season Passes to North Dakota’s largest ski … Read more

Detroit muralist Ijania Cortez paints the city neon | Fall Arts Guide | Detroit

Detroit muralist Ijania Cortez paints the city neon |  Fall Arts Guide |  Detroit

click to enlarge Photo Courtesy Ijania Cortez. Ijania Cortez loves her mama. You may be reading this and thinking that’s an interesting way to start a story about one of Detroit’s most talented artists and muralists, but her love for her mother is one of two things Cortez sparkles about while we interview her. “My … Read more

Forget about those digital ‘immersive’ exhibits — the DIA has the good stuff with upcoming ‘Van Gogh in America’ | Fall Arts Guide | Detroit

Forget about those digital 'immersive' exhibits — the DIA has the good stuff with upcoming 'Van Gogh in America' |  Fall Arts Guide |  Detroit

click to enlarge Though he is known as one of the most famous artists in history, the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh never saw commercial success before his death in 1890. So he would probably be pretty confused about what happened in Detroit over the past year. So were we. Last year, at least six … Read more

Motorcycle Camping: The Lessons Carry On

Motorcycle Camping: The Lessons Carry On

Written by Alexandra Fefopoulou and Stergios Gogos (WorldVespa.net). Posted in Tech-n-Tips When we started packing for our RTW ride, one of the first things we put on the floor next to our clothes, motorcycle gear and cameras, was the camping equipment. Making the decision on what tent to buy, what sleeping bags and mats or … Read more

Camping in the dark | Cornelius Today

Camping in the dark |  Cornelius Today

With apologies to “The Great Outdoors” MODERN DAD | By Jon Show Sept. 9. The first time I went camping I was 25 years old. It was during a rafting trip with friends and I bought a two-person tent and an inflatable sleeping bag and maybe slept a total of two hours because of the … Read more