Some of you reading this may be products of the 80s or can remember popular toys from that decade that you or your kids played with, like Barbie and the Rockers, Smurf figurines, or that stupidly frustrating Pogo Ball. Having flashbacks yet? Good. Because it’s time to take a trip down memory lane!
Dozens of fun attractions, events, and restaurants await you, so what are you waiting for? Plan an adventure for you and your mom with some of these fantastic day trip ideas and give her a Mother’s Day she’ll remember for years to come.
Here at VME, we think the ultimate way to celebrate Cinco De Mayo is by grabbing that sunscreen and soaking up the sun on one of the gulf’s pristine beaches. And Mexico just so happens to have some of the most beautiful shores you’ll find anywhere — perfect for those balmy, summer days that are right around the corner.
Is global warming behind the increased air temperature and humidity, causing glaciers to melt and extreme flooding to ensue? Or are those things just a product of our planet’s naturally fluctuating environment? That right there, is the million dollar question.
Whether you’re an avid fan or not, the truth still stands: Star Wars changed our world forever. And its impact continues to be a lasting one with Disney’s newest upcoming trilogy, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, to premiere in December of 2015.
Which is better: the savory burnt ends of Kansas City or that moist southern Texas meat, slathered in thick sauce? Or maybe the spice-rubbed pulled pork of the Carolinas better suits your taste buds? It’s an age-old battle that may never truly be resolved, but there are certainly more than enough barbecue aficionados running around that are willing to bet their lives on one or the other.
Marijuana tourism is quickly gaining popularity following changes in state legislation that legalized recreational marijuana use in four American states: Colorado, Washington, Oregon, and Alaska. (While recreational use of pot in Washington, D.C. is also legal, Congress quickly applied strict limits to its use in the state, severely limiting entrepreneurs’ legal options.)