Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Journeys Into “A movement that celebrates the cuisine of the North”

“A movement that celebrates the cuisine of the North”

“Chefs from some of the chillier regions of North America are making an effort to dive deeper into their habitat. From New England up through the Maritime Provinces of Canada and west to Montreal and Toronto, they are doing culinary work that poses questions without simple answers: What exactly is Northern cooking? And how do Read Article

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Monday, April 27, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Marcel Pronovost

Passing: Marcel Pronovost

  Marcel Pronovost, a Hockey Hall of Fame member who won the Stanley Cup five times as a player and three times as a scout, died on April 26. He was 84 years old. Pronovost had 345 points in 1,206 games in 21 seasons as a defenseman with the Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs. Read Article

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Monday, April 27, 2015
Journeys Into “The Shipwreck That Led Confederate Veterans To Risk All For Union Lives”

“The Shipwreck That Led Confederate Veterans To Risk All For Union Lives”

  A fascinating story found as a history posting at NPR.org on this anniversary of the event: On April 27, 1865, the steamboat Sultana exploded and sank while traveling up the Mississippi River, killing an estimated 1,800 people. The event remains the worst  maritime disaster in U.S. History (the Titanic killed 1,512 people). Yet few know Read Article

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Saturday, April 25, 2015
Journeys Into Where Fish Fly Across State Lines

Where Fish Fly Across State Lines

Even without a special event, the border at Pensacola, Florida and Orange Beach, Alabama is a famous one for its is the site of the Flora-Bama.  The Flora-Bama Lounge and Package (aka The Flora-Bama or “THE BAMA”), located on Perdido Key in Pensacola, adjacent the Alabama/Florida state line. It is a honky-tonk, oyster bar, beach bar, and Read Article

Posted by: Admin April 25, 201511:43 pm
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Journeys Into Cooking on the Range from one of the Last Cowboy Cooks

Cooking on the Range from one of the Last Cowboy Cooks

There are only a few cowboy cooks left in the U.S., and Kent Rollins is one of them. Along with his wife (photographer Shannon Keller Rollins), he offers sizzling steaks and down-home philosophy to the cowboys who herd cattle and show up mighty hungry at the Rollins’ 1876 Studebaker chuck wagon. CBS News ran some Read Article

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Saturday, April 25, 2015
Journeys Into Recalling What Coca-Cola Would Like to Forget

Recalling What Coca-Cola Would Like to Forget

It’s 30 years since the introduction of “New Coke”. New Coke was the unofficial name for the reformulation of Coca-Cola introduced in the spring of 1985  to replace the original formula of Coca-Cola. New Coke originally had no separate name of its own, but was simply known as “the new taste of Coca-Cola” until 1992 when Read Article

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Saturday, April 25, 2015
Journeys Into “Go West, Established Hockey League”

“Go West, Established Hockey League”

Looking back, it seems to have all started in the 1950’s with the Dodgers, Giants and the Atheletics , then came the Lakers, Royals and Warriors, more recently the Jets, Nordiques, North Stars and Whalers. Decades later they’re still at it. The American Hockey League, in operation since the 1930’s with roots in the northeast, Read Article

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