Get your utensils ready, these place names will prepare you for a dive into some of the fall’s yummiest comfort foods! With Thanksgiving right around the corner, these tasty place names are serving up more than good eats. Check out what some of these places have on their plates:Chicken, Alaska
The town of Chicken is a traditional gold mining community. Chicken’s Historic District, which includes mostly single-story wood buildings, is a testament to its Alaskan roots and humble antiquity. Residents and visitors alike enjoy snowmobiling, hanging out at Chicken Creek, a mini-golf course, and beautiful snowy scenery. You can’t be a chicken when planning a [...]
When you think Halloween, the stereotypical images of mummies in graveyards, witches on broomsticks and devils with pitchforks often spring to mind. But these haunted caricatures have more cultural significance than just being trademarks of another commercial holiday.
Some of the eeriest ghost stories you’ll encounter trace their origins to all corners of the earth, from the Caribbean to the South Pacific to the Indian Ocean. While many of these locations are known for their white sand beaches and tropical beauty, they also hold spooky secrets that visitors can uncover on their travels.
The best part is, you can visit these spooky vacation spots all year long. If [...]
Nestled in North Texas, the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Metropolitan area is one of the fastest growing areas in the United States. A quarter of all Texans call this area home and it is with great reason. Though this metro got its start as a major cotton and oil producer, it now boasts a diverse economy with dominant sectors in banking, commerce, telecommunications, technology, energy, healthcare and medical research, and transportation and logistics. The metro area is home to 22 Fortune 500 companies, the third largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the United States. Ready to make this bustling southern metro your next home? Check these 10 things you need to know about [...]