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I never envisioned myself traveling to Arkansas and coming away thinking, "Wow, this place is beautiful." You can imagine my surprise, then, when I arrived in Little Rock and saw the surrounding mountains, craggy peaks and a river flowing through it all. Read more Tuesday, October 06, 2009 by Liz Doyle. I’ve been to restaurant openings before, but I have never been to a Disney restaurant opening. That is until I was invited to the “Opa”ning of Cat Cora’s new restaurant Kouzzina, and I'm pretty sure that I am ruined for all other lackluster openings. OK, perhaps I am being a bit dramatic. ...
Thirty-three years ago Mort Arken retired from the U.S Navy after serving on the U.S.S Enterprise in the Pacific. Six months immediately after, he bought five SNJ-2 Navy fighters; today he owns six of the eleven in existence. According to the Columbia Encyclopedia (sixth edition 2001), skywriting is an advertising medium in which aircraft spell out trade names and sales slogans in the sky by means of the controlled emission of thick smoke. The technique was first developed in 1922 by J.C. Savage, pioneer English aviator. Skywriting is a single plane twisting and turning at an altitude of ... Read More
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