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U.S. National Park Service Turns 100 In 2016

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  The National Park Service is a bureau of the federal government that was formed to oversee and protect all national parks and monuments throughout the United States. On August 25, 2016 we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service and acknowledge all the people that protect these treasures today and into the

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Celebrate Woodstock with Groovy T-Shirts and Home Decor

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The ’60s and ’70s were a time when everything changed. There was a move away from tradition and a time of trying new things. The Woodstock Music Festival had a lot to do with this revolution. What began as an outdoor concert in a dairy farmer’s field in Bethel in upstate New York, evolved into a

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Tiki Culture: In History and On Trend Today

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Tiki Pop is a cultural movement that evolved in the U.S. and was based on western interpretations of the Maori and Polynesian cultures. The roots of the movement were first planted in the late 18th century when navigators in their attempts to explore the globe, discovered exotic tropical islands and encountered the Polynesian, and in

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New Beatles Documentary Will Feature Rare Synced Video & Sound

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Obsessed with The Beatles since childhood, actor and director Ron Howard is taking on the next Fab Four project—an authorized documentary that spans the band’s career from 1960 to 1966. Not yet titled, the film will cover the years The Beatles toured across the globe, sparking Beatlemania! Howard plans to interview Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko

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