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Four fiberglass giants

George Farnham’s Impressive Collection of Fiberglass Giants

Nestled in the unincorporated community of Unger, West Virginia, lies an expansive parcel of property. A closer look at this property offers passersby a perplexing albeit familiar slice of Americana: the roadside attraction. Massive fiberglass figures, including a lumberjack, a couple of Muffler Men, even Yogi Bear, jut out from the landscape, greeting people from a long-forgotten era

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Scene from the 2004 romantic drama film "The Notebook," starring Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling as a young couple who fall in love in the 1940s.

A Brief History of Saint Valentine’s Day

Few patron saints have birthed polarizing legacies as lasting as Saint Valentine. Valentine’s Day, or Saint Valentine’s Day, is a recognized holiday, occurring each year on February 14, wherein lovers exchange gifts and indulge in pleasantries. Alternatively, the unattached are often left to feel castigated for their failures to find a partner. Whatever your thoughts on the occasion, Saint Valentine’s history is as important as it is fascinating and murky.

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Sunset at Zion National Park in Southern Utah

8 Things Not to Miss in Southern Utah | A Road Trip Guide

Utah, as a whole, is a unique state, complete with some of the most beautiful national parks and friendly people in the country. It’s no surprise that $9.75 billion is spent in the state by tourists annually. For road trippers who are looking for an excellent destination to explore on a cross-country trip, Utah provides endless options. Southern Utah, specifically, has its own wealth of fantastic tourist destinations for road trippers who love hiking and exploring nature. These eight travel destinations in Southern Utah are must-see places to stop.

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"Memory Palace" sprawling installation created by artist Es Devlin

Es Devlin Sets the Stage for a Shift in Human Perspective

In her most recent installation, “Memory Palace,” British artist and stage designer Es Devlin used a massive space, further amplified by mirrors and visual illusion, to convey the journey of humanity – past, present, and future. The work, which just concluded a showing at the Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery in London, features noteworthy events in humanity, carved from bamboo and given life and dimension.

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View of Shackleton's Antarctic hut interior

Shackleton’s Hut: Home to Hundred-Year-Old Frozen Whisky

In August of 1907, Irish Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton and his crew set sail on their 200 ton-ship, the “Nimrod,” in an attempt to be the first expedition to reach the geographic South Pole. Shackleton and his small team were met with many hardships, but also achieved many “firsts,” including climbing Mount Erebus, the world’s southernmost volcano.