(USKings) Anyone who's been to Alaska understandably comes back gushing about its pristine natural beauty, but if you actually spend time crossing the state from city to city, you'll begin to see that there's so much more going on than some of the planet's best scenery, including one of America's most promising and underrated beer scenes.
(USkings) Everyone loves a good historical drama. While a different one takes the Oscars by storm every year, that doesn't mean Hollywood is actually doing these borrowed figures any favors. If you think you're an expert on English history because you watch a lot of costume dramas, you're in for a big surprise.
The 4th of July is a special day for every American. It's the day we celebrate our independence from Britain and the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Thanks Benjamin Franklin, and company! But where in the U.S. is the best place to spend July 4th?
Throughout movie history, we’ve seen actresses, who wore dresses like they were born for it! These were the dresses that worked as a symbol of the movie, symbol of the movie character and symbol of the fashion era at the time.Check out the iconic movie dresses that left a huge signature and an inspiration in the fashion industry, and inspirations for Halloween costumes, also.
They have been are wives to the most powerful men in the world. They ooze power, charm and charisma every time they appear in public. These ladies run the White House, run charity events, host state dinners but they still make time to look good every time they appear in public with their powerful husbands. And they do not disappoint. They dress in some of the most elegant of attires. The accessories they don are classy and among the most expensive in the world. Here's the Top 10 Prettiest First Ladies in the history of America.
Whether you’re a running newbie or a seasoned pro who wants to run a half in every state of the nation, we’ve narrowed down the thousands of options. Trust us, these 50 half-marathons in the U.S. (listed in alphabetical order by state) are well worth the training and registration fees. You’ll know it as soon as you cross that 13.1-mile finish line!