Monday, July 27, 2015
Journeys Into Virginia’s Famous Wild Pony Swim

Virginia’s Famous Wild Pony Swim

For 90 years, at this time of year on Chincoteague Island has been all about ponies. This Wed (July 29), the Saltwater Cowboys will again round up the wild Chincoteague ponies on Assateague, swim them to Chincoteague, auction off the foals and swim them back. It is said that this tradition may have been made Read Article

Posted by: Admin July 27, 20155:38 pm
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: E.L. Doctorow

Passing: E.L. Doctorow

As if Theodore Bickel’s passing was not enough, on the very same day died E.L. Doctorow. The author of a dozen novels, three volumes of short fiction and a stage drama, as well as essays and commentary on literature and politics, Mr. Doctorow was widely lauded for the originality, versatility and audacity of his imagination, Read Article

Posted by: Admin July 22, 20156:39 pm
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Theodore Bikel

Passing: Theodore Bikel

  Theodore Bikel, a giant in so many ways and for so many reasons, died on July 21. He was 91 years old. He was an actor and a musician. known for memorable roles on the stage and screen. Beyond he  was a presence and a voice of conscious – truly making it all connect. It Read Article

Posted by: Admin July 21, 20159:03 pm
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Journeys Into 35th Annual Hemingway Days Celebrated in Key West

35th Annual Hemingway Days Celebrated in Key West

Whether composing novels in his Whitehead Street writing studio or fishing for big game in local waters, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ernest Hemingway left a powerful legacy in Key West. His zest for life, literary accomplishments and enduring affection for the island he called home throughout the 1930s are to be commemorated Tuesday through Sunday, July Read Article

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Saturday, July 18, 2015
Journeys Into A Ghost Town Comes Alive

A Ghost Town Comes Alive

Bannack is a well-preserved ghost town in Beaverhead County, Montana, United States, located on Grasshopper Creek, approximately 11 miles (18 km) upstream from where Grasshopper Creek joins with the Beaverhead River south of Dillon. The location was actually Montana’s first terrotorial capital. Founded in 1862 and named after the local Bannock Indians, it was the Read Article

Posted by: Admin July 18, 20152:27 pm
Saturday, July 18, 2015
Journeys Into A Regional Folk Festival truly Refelecting the Region

A Regional Folk Festival truly Refelecting the Region

There is music in the air this weekend in Natchitoches, Louisiana. The Folk Festival at the Prather Coliseum of Northwestaern State University is billed as a “purist” folk festival – meaning that only folk artists who are reviving a traditional Louisiana folk art or still working a Louisiana tradition are invited This year’s 36th annual Read Article

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