A broken glass led Wayne Montano to a new career.
New Hampshire: A land where Yankee ingenuity still flourishes
When the state’s first oil well was drilled here in 1897, a huge oil boom followed. The city’s largest employer remains Conoco-Phillips, founded in 1917 as Phillips Petroleum.
Rhode Island: Tiny State is a giant in design, craftsmanship 2
Rhode Island: Tiny state is a giant in design, craftsmanship
Virginia: Steeped in History
Although Atlanta has a faster beat than some of its smaller neighbors, it still has a Southern pulse. There’s an attraction for every taste in the “Capital of the New South.”
Mix spectacular scenery with affordable attractions and antique shopping, add a liberal dash of southern hospitality, and you have Raleigh, N.C., a great destination for those of us who love historic travel.
After 30 years in the same location, one of Louisville, Ky.’s, leading antique stores, David R. Friedlander Antiques, has relocated.
Oregon: Northwest Passage still beckons