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Phoenix AZ: Enjoy The Desert City’s Arts Free On First Fridays PDF Print E-mail

Each month, mix with and enjoy members of the Phoenix art community while experiencing some of the city’s best galleries, art sales and events along the Roosevelt Row Arts District. There are also guided art walks, food specialties along the street, as well as music and performers. Hop on and off the free shuttle to take in all the festivities. artlinkphx.org/first-fridays

Yee, Haa! San Antonio TX Celebrates Its 300th Birthday PDF Print E-mail

Commemorative Week in the old mission town will happen from May 1 to 6. On May 1, 1718 the Mission San Antonio de Valero, later called the Alamo, was dedicated. And you all remember what happened at that famed fortress. During the tricentennial week, visitors will enjoy entertainment, sports, arts, food and many other fun happenings. For prices and updated info, go to www.sanantonio300.org

RoadScholar: Experience Beautiful Sierra Nevada By Choo Choo PDF Print E-mail

Train Tracks Across The Sierra: Sacramento To Reno And Return, Program No. 12085RJ. The venture gives senior travelers magnificent mountain views, museum visits, expert lectures and much more. The six-day June 24 to 29 is priced at $1,149, including meals and five nights hotel room. For full info, go to www.roadscholar.org/find-an-adventure/12085/train-tracks-across-the-sierra-sacramento-to-reno-and-return/dates

The Marshall Plan: Hope for Those Who Need It PDF Print E-mail

If you’re a history buff, you remember the top American World War 2 general and his humanitarian work after the war. The George C. Marshall Museum in Lexington VA features an exhibit honoring him through June 5.

It marks the 70th anniversary of the Marshall Plan, the U.S. efforts to help nations recover from the devastation of WW2. Among other historical memories, the museum displays 25 original lithographs from a European poster competition with themes of the Marshall Plan.

Rome Covers Up Nekkid Statues During Iran Leader Visit PDF Print E-mail

Of course, the respect for Hassan Rouhani’s humanitarian religion is admirable. Iran hasn’t threatened to atom bomb Europe nor stoned a woman to death since last Tuesday. On the Italian capital tour, wooden boards were placed around paintings and sculpture that would have offended the very sensitive, virginal peace-loving president of the nation of nuclear stockpiles. www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/anger-nude-statues-covered-up-7251001


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