History/Culture

Tampa Theatre Announces ‘A Nightmare on Franklin Street’ 2017

Tampa Theatre Announces ‘A Nightmare on Franklin Street’ 2017

Tampa Theatre is as excited as Norman Bates at check-in time to announce the return of A Nightmare on Franklin Street for a freakish fifth year! Tampa’s most historic – and most haunted – movie palace is expanding its signature Halloween series to include ghost tours and special screenings throughout the month, plus 12 nights […]

#SwordWieldingWednesday – Enjoy Labor Day at the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament

#SwordWieldingWednesday – Enjoy Labor Day at the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament

Nestled alongside the automotive amusement area known as Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway in Kissimmee lies a large castle as well as a village that appear to have been transported from the middle ages and plopped down in Central Florida. Within these castle walls lies the world of Medieval Times, which beckons tens of thousands of visitors a […]

#TravelTuesday – Ghosts and Gravestones

#TravelTuesday – Ghosts and Gravestones

St. Augustine is the oldest continually occupied city in the United States; founded in 1565 and partying the night away ever since! With all the amazing history, fine food, good drinks, and fun people located in a relatively small space, it’s no wonder that the spirits aren’t anxious to depart. If you wander the city […]

South Florida Fair announces 2018 theme

South Florida Fair announces 2018 theme

As the old adage goes, “Everybody loves a parade!” That’s exactly what South Florida Fair organizers learned after receiving so much positive feedback regarding this year’s Mardi Gras-themed parades as part of its New Orleans theme. The response was so favorable that the fair has decided to make its entire 2018 theme all about parades. […]

#TravelTuesday – Winter Holiday Cabins Still Available on AdventureSmith’s Small Ship Cruises

#TravelTuesday – Winter Holiday Cabins Still Available on AdventureSmith’s Small Ship Cruises

Cabin space is still available for the winter 2017 holiday season on small-ship cruises to such coveted destinations as Antarctica, Baja California, Costa Rica, the Galapagos and Cuba, reports AdventureSmith Explorations, the company that brings cruise guests into intimate contact with seldom-visited shorelines around the world. Antarctica Travelers who want to maximize opportunities for wildlife […]

#TerrorTuesday – French Quarter Phantoms

#TerrorTuesday – French Quarter Phantoms

More than ten years have passed since Hurricane Katrina disrupted the routine of daily life in New Orleans, changing the crescent city forever. The horrors of that day, as well as it’s aftermath, still loom large over the Big Easy, and residents both living and dead have had to adapt to a new reality.   […]