According to the Missile Bases website, for a few hundred thousand dollars, you could be the proud owner of a decommissioned missile base.
The real estate listing for the property says it includes 17 acres of property surrounded by farmland...
Educator Workshop. Doesn't sound all that interesting, does it? What if I said this workshop involves obstacles, being yelled at, and watching young men and women transform into Marines? Sounds way more awesome, right?! Well, attending the Educator Workshop is exactly what I had the opportunity to do.
On occasion, I'll indulge in a few beers while playing games on a night off, so I found this somewhat interesting. VinePair compiled a list of the 10 most popular beers in America and we have it for you here.
America's Birthday! July 4, 1776. This makes us 238 years old! We all debate on which direction politically this country should go but today is a day for celebration not for squabbling and rhetoric. What does America mean to me?
To go along with my previous post about Maine and Miley Cyrus’ “Party in the USA.” I thought I'd share a few songs that I think are quintessentially American and are good for the 4th of July or good for listening anytime.
It’s a day where we all wear green and some people go even more insane than others in attire. Have you guessed, it’s St. Patrick’s Day! Many will head out tonight and party with shamrock shades, green top hats and green beer!
On this date, March 3, 1931 “The Star Bangled Banner” officially became our national anthem. The song was written in 1814 by Francis Scott Key and then 83 years ago today was signed into law by President Hoover and thus became the national anthem...