Martin Luther King

Photo Martin Luther King Junior (born Michael King Jr., January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American Baptist minister and activist who was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement. He is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using nonviolent civil disobedience based on his Christian beliefs. – Wikipedia Planeta.com …

Aztecs

Photo: Mexico City Museum 2019 is the 500th anniversary of 1519’s landing of the Spanish. More about this online 1519 – 2019 The Aztecs, also known as Mixecas or Nahuas, founded their capital, Tenochitlán, in 1325. In only two centuries, the Aztecs rose from a wandering tribe to the rulers of an enormous empire. Throughout …

Bike Share in Las Vegas

Photo: Gold Bike The next big thing is happening now in downtown Las Vegas. I’m referring to the growing number of bicycle share programs around the world. Downtown Las Vegas joined the bike share club on October 1, 2016. We are big, big fans of the RTC Bike Share – https://rtcbikeshare.bcycle.com. Hashtag: #RTCBikeShare Key Links …

Mexico City’s Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares

Photo: TJ DeGroat, Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares Mexico City – The Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares (National Museum of Popular Cultures or MNCP), Avenida Hidalgo #289, corner with Allende, Colonia Del Carmen, Delegación Coyoacán, “fosters interest, respect and appreciation of its own cultural achievements among Mexican society, and promotes respect for the cultural pluralism …

Living Green Super Recycling Day

Photo Saturday, January 26 join us as we support 8 News NOW‘s Living Green Super Recycling Day 8am-2pm. Think of this as an annual pop-up, an amazing, environment-friendly, drive-through, community meetup. Accepted for free recycling is anything that takes batteries or that can be plugged in.  Kudos to the organizers for making happen year after …

Wild Nevada

Photo: Great Basin NP Wilderness / wildlife / biodiversity fans, here is your guide to Wild Nevada, the public lands and the people committed to educating ourselves and taking meaningful actions. We take a deep dive into the 27 state parks, national parks, national monuments, proposed wilderness areas and more. State Parks 3.5 million people …

Mexico City

Photo: Pablo Leautaud, Consume Local Mexico City is one of the oldest cities in the Americas. The Distrito Federal (Mexico City, also known as ‘DF’ and ‘CDMX’) (elevation: 2,240 meters or 7,350 feet) is the political hub of Mexico. The city is surprisingly green thanks to numerous city parks, including the Alameda, Chapultepec, Viveros and …

Tamales

Photo: Biulú What’s a tamale? Tamales are self-contained meals using an outer covering of corn mixture to envelop meaty and vegy goodness. These are prepared and then steamed in corn husks or banana leaves. Varieties served with chicken include verde, amarillo, mole and rajas. Veggie options include frijoles (bean), dulce (sweet) and chepil (a local herb). On the Pacific …

Louisville

Photo: Belgravia Court Spotlight on Louisville, Kentucky Elsewhere on the Web http://www.louisville.com http://www.loukymetro.org http://www.gotolouisville.com Courier-Journal.com http://www.courier-journal.com – – https://twitter.com/courierjournal Louisville International Airport http://www.louintlairport.com pic.twitter.com/UlRyh2lWaH — FlyLouisville (SDF) (@FlyLouisville) January 16, 2019 Louisville Metro Bicycle & Pedestrian Information http://www.loukymetro.org/Department/Pl … ikeped.asp Galt Hotel http://www.galthouse.com Slugger Museum http://www.sluggermuseum.org Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft http://www.kentuckyarts.org Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louisville …