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Wednesday, December 30, 2015
Journeys Into A Story of Guts and Resilience: How the “Tomato Capital of Canada” refused to give up

A Story of Guts and Resilience: How the “Tomato Capital of Canada” refused to give up

It’s an inspirational story, one of ingenuity  and a smart community narrative in one. It’s a small town Canadian story at its best. And, it’s a life lesson to us all. It’s the story of how Leamington, Ontario refused to be defeated. Leamington, due to its location in the southernmost part of Canada, called itself Read Article

Posted by: Admin December 30, 20158:32 pm
Thursday, December 24, 2015
Journeys Into What It’s All About

What It’s All About

It’s a time of peace, hope and, hopefully, inspiration. This is a story that may already familiar to you, especially if you are from Canada. As we are to the south of the 49th parallel, it only became known to us recently. But has it had a remarkable impact on us and how we look Read Article

Posted by: Admin December 24, 20155:39 pm
Thursday, December 10, 2015
Journeys Into Graham McNamee Gets His Due

Graham McNamee Gets His Due

Graham McNamee was America’s most recognized national radio personality in the medium’s first decade. Though he broadcast top sports events in the early years, he recently has been overlooked and forgotten by many. That oversight was correected on December 9 when McNamee won the  Ford C. Frick Award for broadcasting from the Baseball Hall of Read Article

Posted by: Admin December 10, 20152:34 am
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Journeys Into Winona, MN: An Example of What Arts Can Do for A Community

Winona, MN: An Example of What Arts Can Do for A Community

  This interesting feature from Minnpost (Courtesy of Rural Dispatches, a yearlong series about the challenges and opportunities in Minnesota’s small towns, made possible by a grant from the Blandin Foundation) caught our attention. It describes an ‘arts ecocystem in the small town of Winona, Minnesota that includes a marine art msueum, and Shakespeare Festival. Read Article

Posted by: Admin December 9, 201511:51 pm
Saturday, December 5, 2015
Journeys Into A Christmas Shopping Scene

A Christmas Shopping Scene

Frustrated by the notion of fighting traffic and crowds at the Mall ? You know there is another way (in addition to online shopping). Here is a classic shot from Iowa to remind us what it used to be like. Photo Credit: Muscatine Journal ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin December 5, 20156:13 pm
Friday, December 4, 2015
Journeys Into Demolition of Famous L.A. Bridge and What It Means

Demolition of Famous L.A. Bridge and What It Means

The impending demolition of a 83-year-old bridge made famous to the world in movies and television (mainly commercials) has prompted a nostalgic look back and has also become a symbol of the drastic transformations taking place on either side of the Los Angeles River — and, increasingly, all over the city. The New York Times Read Article

Posted by: Admin December 4, 20152:54 pm