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Why Were There No Field Trips Like This When I Was In 8th Grade?

We visited the Stagecoach Stop Museum in Waynesville, Missouri, along the Historic Route 66 trail. This building, first built in the 1850s with several later additions, served as a stagecoach stop and tavern, a Civil War hospital, a hotel, a dentist’s office, a worker’s boarding house, and now a museum. 127 more words


August 23

What was advertised in a colonial newspaper 250 years ago today?

“A most curious four wheeled Carriage, called the AETHERIAL VEHICLE.”

Thomas Sabin provided transportation between Providence and Boston “or elsewhere” for his clients, but he marketed an experience (not unlike modern car manufacturers and airlines). 350 more words

Providence Gazette

How to survive an outdoor music festival

If you are a live music lover like me, you will at some point, find yourself attending an outdoor music festival. Whether its Coachella, Stagecoach, Vans Warped Tour, Riot Fest or even EDC. 1,133 more words


Zion National Park

As with Arches, I had unfinished business at Zion. I skipped the Angels Landing hike last year and was determined to complete it this year. 1,227 more words

Road Trip

REPORT: Stagecoach, worst bus service ever

I lived in London, for two months, and I never felt the necessity of the transport.

Public transport is far too expensive in London for me, although, it’s reliable and fast. 307 more words

The Star Image of John Wayne in the Western

In my analysis of stars and genre I shall examine the star image of John Wayne and how it contributed to the Western genre, with reference to two films, … 2,637 more words

Film Nerd Reivews

Bud Light Brings Together Sam Hunt and Snoop Dogg for a Never-Before-Seen Collaboration

There are many music fans out there who think that country and hip-hop make strange bedfellows. But as Snoop Dogg points out to Bud Light Music Series host Rachael Finley in an exclusive backstage interview, “I love country and hip-hop. 414 more words