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A Visit To The Children’s Museum, Indianapolis It’s The World’s Largest

A Visit To The Children’s Museum, Indianapolis It’s The World’s Largest

Posted by on March 10, 2014  |  Add Reply

A mummified dinosaur named Leonardo, a towering sculpture by glass artist Dale Chihuly, and a 1927 carousel are just some of the surprises that await visitors to the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, the world’s largest children’s museum. Paul and Elizabeth chat with President and CEO Jeffrey H. Patchen about upcoming attractions, including an exhibit featuring […]

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Margie Goldsmith Shares Her Secrets Of A Manhattan Christmas

Margie Goldsmith Shares Her Secrets Of A Manhattan Christmas

Posted by on December 20, 2013  |  Add Reply

Margie Goldsmith who lives in Manhattan is a true New Yorker. She loves her city and explores all the small places that make for memorable holiday visits. Here she takes Paul and Elizabeth from Brooklyn to MidTown on an insiders view of Christmas in the Big Apple.

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Golden Gate National Parks Offer Great Natural Beauty A Walk From San Francisco

Golden Gate National Parks Offer Great Natural Beauty A Walk From San Francisco

Posted by on December 19, 2013  |  Add Reply

Alexandra Picavet, Public Affairs Specialist for the Golden Gate National Parks talks with Paul and Elizabeth about the many wonders within a short distance of San Francisco. Alcatraz is where everyone seems to head and you will need reservations for the tour as it often fills up but why not try the Presidio. The Disney family Museum, […]

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Holidays In The National Parks Are Special Indeed

Holidays In The National Parks Are Special Indeed

Posted by on December 10, 2013  |  Add Reply

Correspondent John Poimiroo takes us to the ideal holiday spots in the United States, the National Parks. Paul and John trade memories of great Christmas holidays in Yosemite and talk about other well known and less well known parks that make ideal Christmas vacation spots. Here’s an outline to help in your vacation planning: Christmas […]

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San Francisco Glows For The Holidays With Lights For All

San Francisco Glows For The Holidays With Lights For All

Posted by on November 26, 2013  |  Add Reply

Paul and Elizabeth chat with Laurie Armstrong about holiday lights and shows in the city by the bay. San Francisco embraces the holiday season in its own vibrant way with events and activities that embody the city’s spirit of tradition, surprise and innovation. On the traditional side, there’s the San Francisco Ballet’s Nutcracker, A Christmas Carol […]

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Fall Color in California Lasts for Months — A New Series With John Poimiroo

Fall Color in California Lasts for Months — A New Series With John Poimiroo

Posted by on October 1, 2013  |  Add Reply

Correspondent John Poimiroo reports on travel and events in and around California and the West and our National Park system. But his passion is fall color in California. We’ll have this series of reports as long as color lasts. John’s website CaliforniaFallColor.com is the most accurate and comprehensive source for color in the state so […]

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A Family Getaway At The Hofsas House In Carmel

A Family Getaway At The Hofsas House In Carmel

Posted by on June 16, 2013  |  Add Reply

Family Travel Correspondent James DeRuvo joins us to talk about his recent family getaway to the Monterey Area, and their stay at the classic Hofsas House in Carmel by the Sea. We also get into the new Mac OS X and iOS 7 updates with the Tech Lord!        

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Bob Baker Marionette Theater Keeps a Tradition Alive In Downtown Los Angeles

Bob Baker Marionette Theater Keeps a Tradition Alive In Downtown Los Angeles

Posted by on May 20, 2013  |  Add Reply

Bob Baker is a national treasure. His puppet theater in Los Angeles is still producing plays for both adults and kids after 53 years. The current production “Something to crow about” features a cast of more than 100 puppets. Each is unique and is hand carved and individually costumed. Come join Mama and Papa Goat and […]

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John Poimiroo On The Joys Of Rural Vacations and Farmstays

John Poimiroo On The Joys Of Rural Vacations and Farmstays

Posted by on April 8, 2013  |  Add Reply

Farm Experience Correspondent John Poimiroo has discovered the ideal way to enjoy a rural vacation and help the kids understand where food comes from, a farmstay vacation. John shares his lifelong love of the country with Paul and Elizabeth as he shares his latest discovery FeatherDown Farmstays. This is a way to have an affordable […]

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Big Sur International Marathon Wins Big on Beauty

Big Sur International Marathon Wins Big on Beauty

Posted by on April 4, 2013  |  Add Reply

It sells out nearly every year. This year it took just 26 hours for the 4,500 runners competing in the complete marathon to get their tickets. It’s the 28th year and the event attracts runners from all over the world. The Big Sur Marathon has been called “one of the jewels of American running” and “one […]

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