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Midwest Road Trip Posted by on Aug 14, 2017

Midwest Road Trip

There are some things that are distinctly American – apple pie, baseball games, and road trips. There’s just something about getting in your car and cruising the land of the brave and free that Americans love. We’ve already taken a few road trips here – one on the west coast, another on the east, and…

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How to Spend a Summer Vacation Posted by on Aug 3, 2017

If I asked you to name the world’s longest running musical you might not believe the answer. The Fantasticks opened on May 3, 1960 in a little theater in Greenwich Village in New York City and played for 42 years, with a total of 17,162 consecutive performances. Such plays are called Off-Broadway productions, because they…

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Somewhere in the English Language Posted by on Jul 27, 2017

Where do you find something in a group? Between, among, amid, betwixt, amongst, and amidst are all similar prepositions. What’s the difference, and when should you use one over another? I have a lot of books. No. Really. I have hundreds and hundreds of books in my library and bedroom, packed neatly onto shelves, stacked…

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Red Rock Canyon Video Tour Posted by on Jul 26, 2017

Red Rock Canyon Video Tour

There’s a lot more to Las Vegas than casinos and night clubs. There are plenty of great options for day trips out of the city, including the Hoover Dam. If you love the great outdoors, then you won’t want to miss Red Rock Canyon. Join us on a short video tour of this incredible scenic…

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English Ologies, Ographies, and Onomies Posted by on Jul 20, 2017

In English, you will find many words with the same suffix, or word ending. Three of the most common suffixes sound somewhat alike, and are often confused with each other. Here’s how to tell them apart, and some of the most common examples of each. Ology Ology is a real word, a noun taken from…

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