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English Ancestry in Louisiana - Glynn Burrows discusses the historic family connections between lloyd’s of London and Loyd Hall Plantation.
Historic Yuma, AZ – Eva Eldridge enjoys great lodging, delicious food, shopping, wine, and the fascinating history of this Arizona river city.
Art During the Civil War - Dozens of painters, photographers, sketch artists, and engraving technicians used their talents to record the events, details, and emotions of the Battle Between the States.
A Novel of the American West - New York Times bestselling author Jeff Guinn, chats with Big Blend Radio about his new novel GLORIOUS.
On This Date in August – From Anne Frank’s last diary entry to Lewis and Clark starting their expedition west, see what happened and who was born in the month of August.
19 Cow Trail,
Arenas Valley, New Mexico
Victoria Chick is an Artist and founder of the Cow Trail Art Studio in Arenas Valley, just outside of Silver City in Southwest New Mexico.
6300 North Swan,
DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun is a 10-acre historic district in the foothills of Tucson’s Santa Catalina Mountains. It was designed and built from the
Steve Schneickert is a voice over artist, actor and entertainer. He writes and records his column, "Hollywood History, As I Recall It" for Champagne
In August of 1866, Lieutenant James M. Kerr, Company B, 125th US Colored Infantry, ordered his troops to build a new post in Apache country near Pinos
Located in historic downtown Yuma, Arizona, the Coronado Motor Hotel offers affordable, newly remodeled Spanish-style guest rooms that are equipped
Nestled in the heart of California’s historic Gold Country where the biggest gold rush in American history began, Tuolumne County is rich in history
Now is the perfect time to experience the area’s fall colors, friendly folks, great holiday shopping, harvest time events, and a glimpse into
Yuma is located at the point where Arizona, California, and Mexico join; and conveniently accessed from Insterstate 8, it is approximately 180 miles
Tucson is the second largest city in Arizona and is set in a desert valley at an elevation of 2,400 feet.
A quaint, historic gold mining town up in San Diego's mountain region, Julian is the perfect year-round destination offering four seasons of fun for
Linda Kissam is the Food, Wine & Shopping Diva
Travel writer Linda Kissam writes about fall
The Tandem Travelers, Maralyn & Norm Hill write
Hollywood History expert Steve Schneickert recalls
Fashion Designer Aggie Garcia explains how to
Lisa Grey, Author of Pink Kitchen Cookbooks,
Veronica Steck, Author of ‘Heartfelt Letters
Fitness Fashions, how to choose workout clothing,
Ann Bolinger-McQuade, author of ‘Everyday
Top 6 Things To Do in Yuma – Linda Kissam shares
May Holidays & Traditions – From Mother’s Day
Chicken Pot Pies & Wine – Howard and Ruth
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