Articles in Parades
Portland, Oregon lays claim to general weirdness, but nearby McMinnville embraces quirky for a long weekend each May.
Published in LIFE magazine in 1950, grainy black-and-white photos taken in at the Trent family farm in the …
About this time every winter we get a bad case of cabin fever and thank our lucky stars some of our northern relatives defected to the land of sweet tea and fried okra. With nieces …
Family-friendly, old-fashioned 4th of July celebrations never go out of style. Here are some of our recommendations this year — where does your family love to celebrate America’s Birthday?
America’s Birthday just isn’t complete without fireworks. Every year, we pick the top 10 places we’d like to see some fireworks. Here are this year’s picks. (Don’t forget to see previous year’s winners as well.)
March 17 is St. Patty’s Day and there’s still time to plan a road trip. So eat your Lucky Charms, pack your bagpipes, and start looking for rainbows and leprechauns! We’ve picked five great spots to get your Riverdance on!
Groundhog Day comes again on February 2 and Phil, Jimmy, and Willie are getting ready to see their shadows or not. With festivities and festivals around the event, three towns in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Illinois are getting ready for the big event.
What’s not to like about the 4th of July? Fireworks and watermelon, parades and picnics. This year the Rockies or Bust tour stopped to celebrate Independence Day in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Independence Day. Whether it means a weekend getaway to eat watermelon, watch a small town parade and wave a flag or a week-long dirt bike excursion like Sandfest, it’s all about family and making memories. Here are our picks for this year’s best hometown celebrations and trips for the 4th of July.
Whether you’re going out of state, leaving the country or just packing a picnic and watching the fireworks, the weekend revolves around founding father President John Adams’ call for ‘pomp and parade, bonfires and illuminations” in celebrating Independence Day. Here are our top picks for this year’s pyrotechnics.
The Best Fireworks and 4th of July celebrations — all over the nation.
It’s called The Great American Road Trip for a reason. There’s no better way to celebrate Independence Day than to hit the road and experience history. The fireworks are an added bonus.