The Daniels and Fisher Department Store was one of Denver's most fashionable shopping complexes until it was bought out in the 1950s. While the flagship store was demolished in 1965, its grand clock tower was saved and continues to grace the Denver skyline. Today, the Denver landmark is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and plays hosts to parties, fundraisers and other events.
Photo By: Visit Denver
Music Circus and Melody Tent
The towns of Cohasset and Hyannis have played host to the South Shore Music Circus and the Cape Cod Melody Tent for nearly 60 years. They are the only two continuously-operated tent theaters in the country, with an ever-expanding list of legendary performers that have taken the stage -- from Tony Bennett to B.B. King, Lynyrd Skynyrd to the Boston Pops. Both locations have undergone recent renovations with state-of-the-art seating, lighting and sound systems to keep up with the crowds and incredible performances year after year.
Repurposed Jug Lamp
Just about anything you find at a flea market can instantly become a light fixture. Lara turned this jug into a lamp base and topped it with a shade she created out of old maps of Paris.
Portland, Oregon--Spring 2012--Travel Portland spring shoot
Photo By: Jamie Francis
Greystone Gardens and Stairway
Owned and operated by the City of Beverly Hills, Greystone has myriad areas, both inside and out, where events can be held and film, commercial or television shooting can take place, sometimes simultaneously.
Denver's Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab, or The CELL, is a nonprofit institution that aims to educate citizens about terrorism and empower individuals and organizations to effect change. "Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere: Understanding the Threat of Terrorism" is an interactive exhibit that covers the history of terrorism, methods used by terrorists and the impact of terrorism throughout different societies.
Photo By: Visit Denver
Abundant Green Space: Stapleton Attractions and Housing
To promote a sense of community and a healthy lifestyle for residents, 30 percent of Stapleton's land was preserved for parks and open space. Thirty-six miles of walking and biking trails weave through the neighborhood, connecting to Denver's 850-mile network of trails.
Lawn Revolution: Native Pride
The state flower, California Poppy, with Salvia clevelandii in bloom.
Photo By: Michael Thilgen and Four Dimensions Landscape
Key West Turtle Kraals
The Turtle Kraals was once the waterfront area where green turtles were brought in, kept (the term kraal is equivalent to corral) and slaughtered. Since sea turtles were protected in the 1970s, the building has become a popular waterfront restaurant and bar.