Archives for October 2011

Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers

Be One of 50 People on, Red Carpet Meet & Greet!   Friday, October 28th… Right After The Concert! Over 50 years ago, Larry, Steve, and Rudy Gatlin started singing in their little hometown of Abilene, Texas, and from there went on to make music history.  Over the course of a four-decade career that has taken the […]

Front Porch Cafe/ Coffee Shop

Here’s a great Place in Kill Devil Hills.   On our way to the Wright Brother’s Memorial, we stopped at an amazing place to get our fix of caffine and check up on company business online.   The staff is extremely friendly and cinnamon scones are awesome.   Front Porch are also coffee roasters is also the […]

Old-fashioned fall festival in Folsom

FALLFEST IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER GREAT FUN FOR ALL AGES  Celebrate the magic of the Halloween and Fall season with the Folsom Historic District and attend the 3rd annual FallFest on Saturday October 29 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. in downtown historic Folsom. This event has something for everyone! FallFest combines street vendors, […]

Night of 1,000 Pumpkins

SPOOKTACULAR EVENT OCTOBER 28 – NIGHT OF 1,000 PUMPKINS FOLSOM HISTORIC DISTRICT Folsom, Ca – October 19, 2011 beginning at 6 p.m.—Night of 1,000 Pumpkins is a night to remember when hundreds drop off their carved pumpkins in Historic Folsom and it is these pumpkins that line Sutter Street in all their eerie glory! The […]

Harrison Gallery Exhibit

      Harrison Gallery, 825 White Street, will be open on October 20 from 6 – 8 pm for the Third Thursday Walk on White. Helen and Ben are most happy to announce the electronic launch of CHARLIE JONES, Ben’s post WW II generational novel set in Corpus Christi, Texas, where he grew up.  “This is […]

Uncommon Grounds, Dover Ohio

As a traveler of the country,  The Uncommon Grounds is a great place to take a rest and catch u with the rest of world on the internet.  Dover is a charming small town America.  Main street has lots of great shops to browse through. The Uncommon Grounds has great soup and pastries to tame your hunger. […]


All children wearing Halloween costumes will ride for free onboard the Ripley’s Red Sightseeing Trains Saturday October 29 and Sunday October 30.  Each child must be accompanied by a parent, each of whom will ride for half price.  In addition, all trick-or-treaters will be given free candy at various stops along the seven mile sightseeing […]

A Scary Month St. Augustine, Florida

FLAVORS OF FLORIDA’S HISTORIC COAST Bring your appetite to nearly 20 different restaurants that will present a “Chef’s Choice” prix fixe (fixed price) three-course meal reflecting their unique flavors and style. Great food, paired with a wide variety of lodging options and enticing cultural events, make October the perfect month to visit St. Augustine · […]

The Mote “Photo Essay”

Mote Marine Laboratory has been a leader in marine research since it was founded in 1955. Today, we incorporate public outreach as a key part of our mission. Mote is an independent nonprofit organization and has seven centers for marine research, the public Mote Aquarium and an Education Division specializing in public programs for all […]

Photo Essay “Drum Circle Upon Siesta Key”

Every Sunday evening year round at Siesta Key, Florida. Folks gather to drum, dance and pay respect to mother earth.  This is what it is to me, the rhythm of life being finger  and palmed out as the community gives there dance of rhythm out in the sands of time.   A poetic pray of life, what a wonderful […]