The ancient African city of Timbuktu held both wealth and a wealth of knowledge.
These are events that happen every year in the Tri-Cities area. If you missed it this year, schedule it for next year.
July 4, 1816– Fur trader Jacques Vieau emerged from a copse of trees onto the grassy plain that surrounded the damaged fort at Portage de Checagou. After mopping the sweat off his forehead, he took a moment to view the
In the open waters of the Tasman sea, far from civilization, a navigator on a secret mission strains to catch his first glimpse of continent only spoken of in hushed conversation. Meanwhile, in the heart of Europe, an archduchess marries
Phidias analyzed his new creation with a bitter-sweet feeling. He scanned the immense, seated statue from bottom to top, looking for final adjustments that must be done before he pronounced the statue complete. He knew very well that the image
On February 10, 1933 a U.S. company was trying something brand new which they hoped would save their struggling company. Little did they know that, while they were filling the world with music, a storm was brewing across the Atlantic.
First Glimpse of the Great Lighthouse of Alexandria Alexander couldn’t sleep. He was finally about to see the famous city founded by his namesake, Alexander the Great, and the great lighthouse of Alexandria he had heard so much about. It
The World’s Biggest Pyramid The intense Egyptian sun beat down on Khufu as he quietly took in the magnitude of what he had just accomplished. Before him, rising out of the plains of Giza was the greatest man-made structure the
Quesqakons, rose, closed his eyes, and allowed the skin of his face to soak in the rays of the sun. He always loved hunting trips to manna-hattin island. He worked as hard as any other young man when he was
From the dropping of the ball in Times Square in metropolitan New York, to the dropping of the giant cheese wedge in rural Plymouth, Wisconsin, Americans will be celebrating the close of an old year and the coming of a
The image we have of Santa Claus as a “jolly old elf” with a soft white beard was given to us by Thomas Nast. His vision of the Santa character has grown to symbolize the warmth and hope that Christmas