Chris read about Merchants Square and I have to say after visiting the place it did not disappoint. Merchants Square is a creative warehouse space divided into booths and filled with antiques, collectibles and swap meet items all under one roof and outside area.
While visiting the Superstition Mountains in Arizona there is a fun place to explore filled with old west history. In 1892 gold was discovered and by 1893 the town of Goldfield was created, starting with a post office and later saloons, a boarding house, general store, blacksmith, and school house. Five years later the gold […]
Tortilla Flat is a cute little western town in the Superstition Mountains that started as a stagecoach stop in 1904 consisting of a Restaurant & Saloon, Country Store, 14 student school house and filled with a lot of history and antiques.
Regular, brisk exercise of any kind can improve confidence, stamina, energy, weight control, life expectancy and reduce stress. It can also reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, strokes, diabetes, high blood pressure, bowel cancer and osteoporosis. Scientific studies have also shown that walking, besides its physical benefits, is also beneficial for the mind, improving memory skills, learning ability, concentration and abstract reasoning. Sustained walking sessions for a minimum period of thirty to […]
It is that time of year again, time to start thinking about our department Halloween door decoration. As usual, competition will be tough. 2015 Competitors 2014 Competitors
Early Walt Disney Studio artists were famous for hiding secrets, caricatures and characters in the cartoons and animated features they created. When several of those animators became the first Disneyland Imagineers, the practice continued at the parks. Walt Disney Imagineers originally created Hidden Mickeys as inside jokes, then began hiding Mickeys in and around the […]
Santa Monica celebrates its 10th anniversary of the Ocean Park Association 4th of July Parade. The parade took place along Main Street and was probably the biggest parade yet, with participants from girl and boy scouts, local bands, congressman, state senator, members of the city council and school board, fire and police, military, UCLA and […]