It sounds cliché, but it’s hard to aptly capture in words the true essence of Sedona. At sunrise and sunset, the famous red rocks that encircle the city glow in brilliant shades of yellow, orange and red. It’s no wonder USA Today once named Sedona the most beautiful place in the country or why more than four million tourists visit here every year. Others simply say the vibe of Sedona is out of this world.
A pair of snow storms battered the city of Atlanta and North Georgia in recent weeks.
Metro Atlanta was paralyzed Wednesday after snow and ice fell on the region.
President Obama has declared an emergency in the state of Georgia, paving the way for federal resources to aid with any state and local response efforts to projected winter weather.
Walk down Broadway just about any night of the week, and it’s quickly apparent how Music City USA earned its popular nickname. Music has always played an important role to Nashville and interest in Tennessee’s capital city has buoyed by the success of the TV show “Nashville.” But the city, founded in 1779 as Fort Nashborough, is home to deep history.
Every so often, someone decides that time travel is possible or even goes as far as saying they have invented a time machine. But, what seems to be lost in the conversation about time travel is the destination. When it comes to travel, everyone is focused on where to go; but, with a time machine, one could decide when to go.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed on Friday ordered a review of the city’s response to the winter weather that paralyzed the city for three days this week and also promised an improved approach to combat similar storms in the future.
Metro Atlantans on Thursday returned to some semblance of normalcy, two days after the metro region was socked by a winter storm that dumped just more than two inches of snow.
Residents across Metro Atlanta on Wednesday worked to dig themselves out of a winter storm that dropped just more than two inches of snow on the city and paralyzed the region.
Bourbon has long been a way of life in Kentucky, and a partnership among some of the state’s top distilleries gives visitors an easy way to taste the Bluegrass State’s most famous beverage.