The John F. Kennedy Memorial, located in Hyannis, overlooks Lewis Bay in a peaceful and reflective setting. The memorial was erected in 1966 by Barnstable residents to recognize and pay tribute to the late president -- and Cape Cod local. The memorial includes a plaque and fountain pool, and continues to be a place where locals and out-of-towners frequent to honor the Kennedy legacy.
Photo By: William DeSousa-Mauk
Wasatch Mountains Hiking
The Wasatch Mountain Range stretches 160 miles from the Utah-Idaho border and is considered the western edge of the greater Rocky Mountains and the eastern edge of the Great Basin region. The mountains have become a popular hiking destination for locals to easily enjoy the beautiful canyons and valleys while still being in close proximity to a large urban area.
Photo By: Nick Simonite
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Park City Trolley
Park City's charming trolleys provide free transit along historic Main Street.
Gwen Mitchell, LogHeads, Rocky Top Furniture
Tommy and Gwen of Log Heads in the workshop and office of their business, Rocky Top Log Furniture, located in Lancaster, Ken. on February 25, 2014.
The cornerstone of Nashville’s burgeoning visual arts scene, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts opened in 2001 in Nashville’s former main post office, a 1930s art deco building. The Frist has since hosted an impressive array of exhibits from around the world. Don’t miss the family-friendly Martin ArtQuest Gallery.
Photo By: Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp.
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Photo By: Jeremy Pawlowski
Hawaiian-Style Hot Dog
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Sobban Southern Korean in Decatur, Sake
Be sure and check out the curated wine list and array of sake.
Photo By: Sobban
Handmade Oklahoma: Recycle Magazine Art Installation by Colorstory Designs
Print is very much alive, and it takes a new form in this playful and colorful collection. Colorstory Designs creates environmentally friendly art from recycled magazines. Owner Amy Gibson hopes that her quirky pieces will brighten homes with their rich patterns and textures, like her unique circular art installation featured in DIY Network's Blog Cabin 2015.
As in most parks, gatherings of ten or more people at Acadia require a special use permit, and reception facilities within the park itself are limited. However, nearby Bar Harbor and Southwest Harbor offer many options for receptions. This ceremony at Wonderland was followed by a reception on the lawn of the historic Claremont Hotel in Southwest Harbor.