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22 Pictures of Natural Marvels You Have to See to Believe
Forty-five years ago on April 22, 20 million American citizens banded together, organizing protests and rallying to raise awareness about environmental issues like water and air pollution.
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12 Insanely Overpriced Michelin Star Rated Restaurants
The difference between a three-star rated Michelin restaurant and your everyday Denny’s is like comparing a Gucci vintage bag to that $12 tote on the Target rack — you just can’t.
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Why These 13 Fattest American Cities are Ruining You
We took a look at the country’s 13 fattest cities listed on Gallup’s Community Well-Being report and we’re convinced that these unhealthy (yet delicious) foods in the area aren’t helping anybody.
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5 Luxurious Presidential Vacations We Wish We Could Afford
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the average American family spends about $1,415 annually on leisure travel. That number includes transportation, lodging, food, entertainment, and gifts, and accounts for about three percent of total household expenditures.
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Branson Famous: Helping or Hurting a Brand?
December of 2014 saw the unveiling of the first ever reality musical TV show, Branson Famous, starring The Baldknobbers of Branson.
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18 Pictures of Weather Disasters that Damaged Tourism in the 21st Century
While we all like to blame weather broadcasters for destroying vacation plans from time to time, the truth is, it’s not their fault.
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Glamping: Is this the best new thing to do?
Forget about pitching a tent, building a fire, and crawling into that sleeping bag at the end of the night — you’re getting a straight-up mattress and bed frame.
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10 Shady MLB Controversies Time Forgot But that Actually Made the Game Bigger
Maybe those additional fans were attending games to show their unyielding support; maybe the rise in media attention drew the crowds; or maybe, they just didn’t care. Regardless, let’s take a peek into some of the most talked about baseball controversies since the 1980s.
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Indiana Struggles After Following President Clinton’s Lead Passing Religious Freedom Bill
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed the Senate Enrolled Act 101 or the “religious freedom bill” into law this past week, inciting opposition and boycotts from businesses and individuals across the country.
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