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End Every Day with A Vacation at Texas Grand Ranch

WALKER COUNTY, Texas, Sept. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Texas Grand Ranch, the exceedingly popular forested community north of Houston, is releasing a new, limited selection of hilltop lots, National Forest lots, cul de sac lots, private park lots, and State Park lots on Saturday, September 21st & Sunday, September 22nd. “This is some of the highest elevation properties in the…

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Discover the Perfect Fall Getaway in Monterey County

As the country says goodbye to summer, Monterey County, Calif. is gearing up for its most extraordinary season on the Central Coast. From a wide range of world-class events to delectable food and wine celebrations and the return of majestic monarch butterflies, Monterey County is jam-packed with must-see fall festivities for every kind of traveler. Here is a look at…

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Texas de Brazil Toasts National Caipirinha Day September 13 with $5 Caipirinhas All Night Long

National Caipirinha Day on September 13 offers an opportunity to toast with a recipe that features cachaça, Brazil’s most popular spirit, and Texas de Brazil Churrascaria locations nationwide* celebrate by offering $5 caipirinhas all night long.  Just three simple ingredients –cachaça, lime, and sugar—create a tangy, refreshing drink that can be enjoyed in a variety of flavors either in the restaurant lounge or during…

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John Carpenter’s Horror Classic HALLOWEEN Returns To Select Theatres Nationwide Beginning September 27th

CineLife Entertainment®, the event cinema division of Spotlight Cinema Networks, teams up with Compass International Pictures to bring the seminal 1978 original classic John Carpenter’sHalloween back to select theatres across North America beginning September 27th. In the film, Michael Myers has spent the last 15 years locked away inside a sanitarium under the care of child psychiatrist Dr. Sam Loomis…

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Harvard Business School Announces 2019-2020 Public Art Exhibition

Three sculptures have been installed on Harvard Business School‘s campus in Boston as part of its ongoing contemporary sculpture exhibition, which began in April 2016. Sculptures by artists Lynda Benglis and Bharti Kher are on loan to Harvard Business School through next spring. They join sculptures by Mary Frank, John Safer, and Joel Shapiro from the School’s permanent collection. This…

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