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Treat your taste-buds in Alpharetta, GA
Whatever you’re planning to do in Alpharetta, Georgia, getting to know more about this city will work up an appetite that will need to be satisfied. Nothing to worry about there, as there are plenty of delicious places to treat your taste buds in Alpharetta, GA. This shouldn’t come to you as a surprise as Alpharetta, Georgia, has been named one of the friendliest cities in the US. People are naturally curious and want to find out more about this city. Plenty of things will keep you busy in this town, and its location makes it the ideal Atlanta suburb. Close enough from the bustling city and everything a big city has to offer with a simple commute but with enough distance for a simple and peaceful suburban life with a small-town feel despite its growing population.
Best Places to Live in Tennessee
Tennessee. Country music, beautiful countryside landscapes and some of the best damn whiskey on God’s green earth. If you have an affinity for any of these things, chances are you’d enjoy living in Tennessee!
A Safe but Spooky Halloween:
For centuries, the month of October has been marked as a month set aside for the observing dark traditions and mysterious rites. Candles have been lit, gourds have been carved, spirits have been communed with, and many a stormy, overcast evening has been spent chanting incantations to appease the spirits.
Food Culture in Houston Texas
One of the cities with the greatest restaurant scenes of all time is Houston. In 1998, the USA Today newspaper referred to Houston TX as “the dining-out capital of the US” because it’s residents eat at restaurants more often than locals in any other city in America. Houston also prides itself on having one of the lowest dining out prices amongst other major US cities restaurants.
How Much Can You Endure? Here Are Some Of The Toughest Races In The US
It is incredible to see what the human body is capable of doing and sometimes people push themselves beyond their limits. Have you ever wondered how much you can endure? Have you ever tested your limits to see how far you can push yourself? Well, some people out there did and in fact, the scene has turned into a brutal competition to see which one is the strongest, the fastest, the most resilient human being in the world.
A Fort For The Nation's Capital
In order to tell the story that shaped the existence of the unincorporated census designated place known as Fort Washington, MD where over 24,000 residents live today and see how this town became the good place to live that we know today, we’ll have to go back into the nation’s history. With everything that happened since the first days of American history, the fort that gave this town its name helped shape the America that we know today. There were many battles and wars that have had at least some connection to this historical place and we’ll walk you through the most important moments of both Fort Washington’s and D.C.’s history.
5 Things to do in Pasadena, MD
If you ever find yourself on the northeastern side of the USA, try to make your way to the city of Pasadena, MD. Located in Anne Arundel County, the city of Pasadena has a few things that will impress you. Especially if you like outdoor activities such as going to the beach or to one of the city’s stunning parks, there are some amazing places to see in the city of Pasadena, MD.
U.S. Areas Hit Hardest Economically By The Covid-19 Pandemic
2020 has forced us to face down several imminent crises. In January, Australia was ravaged by rampant bush fires, wiping out huge swaths of the Australian landscape and costing dozens of lives and millions in property damage. In February, an Iranian general was assassinated by US forces and a Ukrainian passenger plane was erroneously shot down, making the occurrence of a large-scale global conflict seem highly plausible. Now, in March, we are faced with a new crisis: the COVID-19 pandemic.