... think of American cuisine, they think of fried chicken and hot dogs. But, the U.S. actually has an incredibly diverse cuisine that can change dramatically from city to city. ... you a well-rounded sampling of everything this city has to offer.
British photographer Rob Hann documents the American Wild West in his series, Deserted States of America. Traveling through landscapes of states including Arizona, California, Texas, and Utah, he comes across road signs bearing random messages, abandoned things, and buildings in the middle of what seems like nowhere—including the Prada store in Marfa. Having grown up in a small British city, the photographer was attracted to these open terrains for their "silence, wonder and mystery."
I've spent tens of hours staring at century-old (and older) maps of Yellowstone National Park, tracing with my eyes the roadless contours of the landscape, trying to imagine what it must have been like to tour the park from atop a horse ...
Earlier in the month, in "American Planning Association's annual list of "Great Neighborhoods" and cultural tourism" we discussed the American Planning Association's "Great Places in America" program, which honors communities and places in three categories: neighborhoods; streets; and places. This is the list of "Great Places." Also see "10 great public spaces that set a city apart" from USA Today.
1. Bienville Square, Mobile, Alabama 2. Ritter Park, Huntington, West Virginia 3. Washington Park, Denver 4. Buffalo Bayou, Houston 5. Village Green, Bar Harbor, Maine 6. Jackson Square, New Orleans 7. Union Station, Chicago 8. Gov. Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Portland, Oregon 9. Chicago Botanic Garden, Glencoe, Illinois 10. Cesar Chavez Plaza, Sacramento, California
Vermont’s history is defined by its people: Native occupation dating back 10,000 years, citizens powering pivotal Revolutionary War events and providing crucial Civil War support, and U.S. presidents, Senators and leaders whose work contributed to the foundation of our country. Lesser known are the stories of Vermont’s African Americans. It is their stories and those of some of their fellow Vermonters that this guide explores.
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