Author Archives: Susan Eberman

Going for the Gold

Athens, Greece hosted the first modern Summer Olympic Games in 1896. What started as a small competition for 14 nations has turned in to the world’s largest global sporting event.

This is your Life

Magazines are one of today’s most overlooked collectibles. They offer an affordable, readily available way to glance at events, places and people that shaped the past. One of the most popular is Life.

Celebrating Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln was born in a log cabin in Kentucky on Feb. 12, 1809, and February 2008, marks a two-year-long celebration of the bicentennial of his birth. As the nation celebrates, hundreds of programs and activities relating to Lincoln’s life and legacy.

Haunted America

In the spirit of the Halloween season, we thought we’d brew up some spooky fun by visiting historic American destinations known for their haunting good times. Some are special holiday events, while others offer ghostly experiences year ‘round.