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The Historic Churches of El Paso

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The city of El Paso is memorialized in a song by Marty Robbins in 1959, but there’s a lot to this community in southwest Texas along the border of Mexico. It’s considered one of the safest large cities in America … Continue reading

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Vermont Churches to Admire

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Many people love to drive through Vermont in the fall to enjoy the foliage and scenery. The state might be one of the smallest, but it has some beautiful architecture in its churches. Here are six sites you should make … Continue reading

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Jewish History in Miami

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Southeast Florida is estimated to have more than 500,000 Jews living in the Miami area. That’s about 10 percent of the overall population. There are almost 190 synagogues and congregations in the area, serving Orthodox, Conservative, Reform and Reconstructionist Judaism. … Continue reading

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Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect for the Faithful

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One of the most admired architects of the 20th century is Frank Lloyd Wright. He was born in Wisconsin in 1867 and educated in his youth by his mother. When Wright was 14, his parents divorced. According to Wright, he … Continue reading

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Historic Churches in Portland, Maine

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Maine was the 23rd state to join the union in 1820. The state has never produced a United States president, but many famous artists, actors and professional sports players were born in the state. Stephen King, author of “Carrie,” calls … Continue reading

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Enjoy a Historic Tour of Charleston Through the Churches

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In 2015, Charleston, South Carolina, made headlines when nine people were killed in a church by a white supremacist. The shooter targeted the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, which is one of the oldest black congregations in the U.S. Charleston … Continue reading

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A Church Walk Through New Orleans

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The world’s eyes might be on New Orleans because of the Mardi Gras celebration, but there’s much more to the city than one big party before Lent. It’s named for the Duke of Orleans, the Regent for Louis XV. New … Continue reading

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