Recent Event Highlights: Buffalo Days is this weekend in Luverne - Worthington Daily Globe, Success from Buffalo Gardenwalk Spreading - WGRZ-TV, BUFFALO AND ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDEN - GardenNews.biz (press release), Buffalo's gardens lead to green: Cities take notice - Buffalo Rising, Parkside garden tour kicks off season - WIVB, Cities invite tourists to stop and smell the roses - Wall Street Journal, and 68 more...
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The StateCarolina Kitchen: On the road, at the farmsThe StateI'd like to see The Happy Berry, a pick-your-own fruit farm near Six Mile, or Baird Family Farm, a vegetable and flower farm near Pickens that is new to the tour this year, and take a “wild food walk” with one of the hosts. Maybe Buffalo Farms ...
Buffalo Days is this weekend in LuverneWorthington Daily GlobeOn Saturday, activities get under way at 7:30 am with the Buffalo Days Fitness Walk, with the one-half mile run to begin at 7:45 am The 5K and 10K runs will each start at 8:15 am Registration for all of the fitness events will be at the Luverne Area ...
Biting midges abundant, but solutions are elusive | LARRY CAPLANEvansville Courier & PressJust a head's up: The Master Gardener "Tour de Fleur" Garden Walk will be held June 11 and 12. For tickets and locations, visit the Master Gardener website at: www.swimga.org. For more information on noisy or biting insects, contact the Purdue ...and more »
Success from Buffalo Gardenwalk SpreadingWGRZ-TVBUFFALO, NY -- Buffalo's Summer Garden Walk is not only a beautiful activity. It also brings some big money into the area, and other cities are noticing. Gardenwalk Buffalo started 17 years ago as a neighborhood event. It's grown so large, ...and more »
BUFFALO AND ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENGardenNews.biz (press release)A selection of photos of Garden Walk Buffalo gardens from the Garden Walk Buffalo book. Photographs provided by Don Zinteck from Photographics2. Go to www.photographics2.com or www.gardenwalkbuffalo.com for more photos! Gallery Admission included with ...and more »
Buffalo's gardens lead to green: Cities take noticeBuffalo RisingIt's refreshing to read articles touting Buffalo as a leader when it comes to gardening. With the advent of Buffalo in Bloom, the Garden Walk, and the National Garden Festival, other cities are coming to Buffalo and taking home more than a few ...
Parkside garden tour kicks off seasonWIVBBUFFALO, NY (WIVB) - (RELEASE) When the snow finally melts and the birds return, Parksiders begin busily applying their green thumbs for an opportunity to realize their inner visions. All this hard work brings the 14th Annual Parkside Garden Tour on ...
msnbc.comCities invite tourists to stop and smell the rosesWall Street JournalA newspaper write-up about the Buffalo Garden Walk caught the attention of Jan Kious, a Cleveland gardener who decided to make the four-hour drive from a fellow rust-belt city that has battled public perception. She was so inspired by the way Buffalo's ...Cities invite tourists to stop and smell the roses, taste the food and see the ...Washington Postall 32 news articles »
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Bleacher ReportNHL Playoffs 2011: Looking Back at the Best Eastern Conference Game 7's EverBleacher Report16-minutes and 37 seconds into Game 4, with the score tied at three, a 4000-volt switch overloaded and the 59-year-old Boston Garden went black. Game 4 was officially replayed in Edmonton two nights later. The Oilers completed the sweep with a 6-3 ...and more »
Weekly entertainment calendarMilwaukee Journal SentinelLuckystar Studio: INK INC: Kristopher Pollard, Eric Von Munz, and Chris Andrews, (ongoing), 207 E. Buffalo St. Suite 311, (414) 426-8361. Lynden Sculpture Garden: Lynn Tomaszewski & Kevin Schlei Drams, Whits, Scintillas, (through June 5), 2145 W. Brown ...
Memorial Day Events Header PromoChicago Daily HeraldBuffalo Grove: Memorial Day observance, 11 am at Knopf Cemetery, northeast corner of Arlington Heights and Checker roads. Participants include the AMVETS Post 255, American Legion Post 1247 and the Boy Scouts. Ceremony is dedicated to Tom Fitzgerald, ...and more »
Buffalo NewsGardens galoreBuffalo NewsA new addition this year: Saturday Night Lights evening garden tour from 8:30 to 10:30 pm July 23. * The nationally acclaimed Garden Walk Buffalo gets under way from 10 am to 4 pm July 30 and 31. This free, self-guided tour of more than 350 urban ...and more »
Coins can add upRoanoke Rapids Daily HeraldShe brought three coins, one of which was a buffalo nickel. Hockaday has had the coin for years, but the date is rubbed off and show organizers could not tell how old it is. Hockaday, who is not a serious collector but was curious about her coins, ...and more »
Good Morning, BuffaloBuffalo NewsWe know which part of the topic "Why Are Buffalo Niagara's Art, Architecture, History and/or Nature Important?" that Jim Charlier, president of Garden Walk Buffalo, will focus on when he speaks from 12:15 to 1 pm as part of the lunchtime lecture series ...
Business calendarBuffalo NewsSpeaker: Jim Charlier, president, Garden Walk Buffalo. Information, visit www.buffaloah.com/ h/center/index. html. • Third Annual Key4Women Appreciation Celebration, 5:30-7 pm, Dock at the Bay Restaurant, 3800 Hoover Road, Blasdell. ...
BUFFALO AND ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDEN MAY AND JUNE EVENTSGardenNews.biz (press release)Get the scoop on our own National Garden Festival! Join us for refreshments, mingling, prizes, coupons, and the opportunity to pick up programs and garden walk maps. Then register early for many of this summer's most exciting events. ...and more »
The Watertown Splash: Splash of Flavor 2011: Chicken Wings with Suicide ...my.hsj.orgDon't like Buffalo sauce? The menu includes 26 sauces for even the pickiest of eaters out there. Not a fan of chicken, either? The menu includes 12 appetizers and sides, 9 garden fresh salads, baby back ribs, and a whopping 28 burgers, wraps, ...and more »
...e-mail email@example.com . The deadline is Sunday for including your garden in the 17th annual Garden Walk Buffalo, July 30 and Western New York Rose Society will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at St. Stephen’s-Bethlehem United Church of Christ,...
Good Morning, BuffaloBuffalo NewsEighth-graders also will use a portion of the funds to donate a tree to the Tim Russert Children's Garden on South Park Avenue next to the Dudley branch library. Cheers will greet another walk this morning in the University at Buffalo Center for the ...
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Preview of Sfotch's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Cobham, United Kingdom Entry Title: "In and Around London" Entry: "6/30/2010 It has been great to be with Catherine, Dave, Ryan and Connor. Weather is extremely warm and humid, and Sheila and I have been slow to adjust. Today, Catherine, the boys, Sheila and I went to London and got tickets at Leicester Square for the play "Oliver". The play was packed with schools and their students, and they proved to be an intense, yet appreciative audience. The play was great with the singing and dancing of the young boys in the play outstanding. The Drury Lane Theater opened in 1812 and famous for the best "effects" machinery in the world and was equipped with 10000 pullys and ropes. The chariot racer in Ben Hur was contrived with four great cradles, each with a treadmill each with a treadmill supporting four live horses; the chariot rotated by rubber rollers. Invisible steel cables held the horses and a continuous panoramic background gave the illusoin of a rade. In "Oliver", the stage elevated to show the underground living area where Fagan lived with his boys and in another scene, the buildings moved away from each other when there was a chase in the streets. It was so well done! Prior to the play, we had lunch at Tuttons in Covent Garden Market area, and our timing was impeccable, because there was ...
Preview of Vickersontour's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Las Vegas, United States Entry Title: "Las Vegas" Entry: "I have been looking forward to taday as we have planned a busy schedule. After breakfast in the hotel, we went over to the Mirage hotel to Siegfried & Roys Secret Garden. This cost us $12 each to get in but it is well worth it. We gor to see the White Lons and White Tigers, but there is so much more to see in there including leopards, elephants, dolphins and stingrays. We really had a good couple of hours in there. We got the handheld speakers that explained everything about the animals as you walked along. As a tip, it might be worth doing this visit very early on or late on because although some of the animals were lively, a lot of them were a bit lethargic in the lunchtime heat. Nevertheless, this was an awesome start to the day. We then went back to the Hard Rock Cafe for lunch. Lorna had a Pig Sandwich (no jokes or insults please) and I had a Cajun Cicken sandwich. On top of this I had a couple of Buds and Lorna had a couple of Smirnoff Ice, plus we both had a Long Island Iced Tea each - not quite made to the quality of my Long Islands but it wasn't bad! This cost us $49 altogether and to be honest I could have quite easily stayed there all afternoon supping Long Island Iced Teas and listening to the music, however, there ...
A five week celebration (June 24 to July 31) of the greater Buffalo areas garden walks, talks, tours and events. The Festival will be like a great, green umbrella under which garden tours, the Japanese Garden, the Erie Basin Marina Gardens, the Botanical Gardens, the Rose Garden, the Elmwood-Bidw...
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Preview of Brad.leah's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Tama Negara, Malaysia Entry Title: "Tama Negara, hiking boots on!" Entry: "Such an early start, the alarm we off at 07.00, we planned to have a shower but it had been so cold all night we could bring ourselves to get wet. We waited for the Mini bus to come and pick us up from the hostel. Late as usually, we set of at 08.30 making our way out of the valley before the driver turned around and headed back into town. The next thing we know we have a different driver, not such what happened here. This driver loved to talk, telling the boy in the front about the history and current religious matters in the newspaper. We topped at 10.30 for lunch, chicken curry from a local stall and a few snacks from the shop. Its only a couple more house before you arrive at the Parks office. Tama Negara is a national park 4343sq km in size, dating back more than 130million years, claiming that it is the oldest Jungle in the world. There are 200-400 Batek people living in the jungle, making there way around, hunting to survive. It is home to some exciting species such as , leopards, tigers, panthers and elephants. Sighting however are extremely rare but you are likely to see lizards, snakes, deer and wild more. Along with 100's of birds. The park is also infested with leeches, so long trousers tucked into ...
Brief video clips of a few of the lovely gardens I visited during the Black Rock Riverside Tour of Gardens: Starry Night tour. Music: The Carnival of the Animals: The Aquarium
Preview of Mcooney74's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Yokohama, Japan Entry Title: "Exploring Yokohama" Entry: "Ryan took me to dinner with his work crew last night. We went to this awesome Japanese place and we had to remove our shoes before we could go in. I loved it! We ate in our own little private room and there was a low table in which you were supposed to sit cross legged. Of course, I wore a skirt, so this became a little tricky. When you wanted service you rang a little bell and within seconds a waiter slid the door open. The food was amazing and I tried this plum wine which was super sweet and tasted incredible. Apparently it is very strong and you have to be careful not to have a few too many. Don't worry, I stopped after one mom. Today I took a train, a bus and then walked about 10 minutes to get to this famous garden called, Senkeien Garden. It was designed by some wealthy businessman who made his fortune in the silk trade...whatever, it was a cool garden. I walked around there for about two hours and was absolutely mesmerized by the beauty of the place. It was pristine. I took about 1000 pictures. After that I took more trains and walked around other parts of the city scoping out good places for Ryan and I to walk around after he gets out of work. My mission is to find cool places to eat. So, here are some things I have learned ...
Preview of Wareameye's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Luang Prabang, Lao Peoples Dem Rep Entry Title: "Return to Luang Prabang" Entry: "Remembering the long and arduous trip here, we opt to leave very early this morning and bypass most of the planned stops. We still visit a couple of Hmong villages, but our aim is to be back at the resort in Luang Prabang in the early afternoon in order to enjoy some time at the pool. Wouldn't you know it! This vehicle has the same overheating problem as our first one, and we find ourselves temporarily disabled at the side of the road. We walk up the road carrying every empty water bottle we can scrounge until we find a stream. We fill them up and bring them back to the van. Our driver also tightens the hose connection, and we're off on the final 45 kilometers to our resort without further incident. We say goodbye to this driver and guide, as we pick up different ones tomorrow for the main city tour. We also gain an additional tour participant this afternoon, and get acquainted by the pool before going into town for our welcome dinner at a local restaurant. The Lao Lao Garden is fantastic, with a great atmosphere and an amazing barbecue done right at the table. I have my first taste of water buffalo, and quite like it!" Read and see more at: www.travelpod.com Photos from this trip: 1. "Road to Luang Prabang ...
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Preview of Kurtmult's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Hongye, Taiwan Entry Title: "Cross Coastal Mountains via No.11 minor/Rueishuei" Entry: "Route: Shihteping - Fongbin ( by bus ) - Road No.11 minor - Taibalang Amei tribal village- Guangfu town - Rueisuei ( by train ) at No.9 - Hongye Total Distance: 26 km Altitude up: 350m Altitude down: 350m Wake up 5:20am, pack tent and backpack and then up to the main road to catch the bus at 6:10. We wait for the bus of the Hualien bus company, but no bus comes. The answer we get from the locals is that the bus has already passed earlier. Damn - the next one will only arrive an hour later and we will lose this valuable hour which we wanted to use to beat the heat. The owner from the homestay we had coffee last night comes by with his wife from their morning walk. He stops and says he has the feeling that he knows me - this deja-vu feeling is also on my side, perhaps not as strong. When he asks where I would be working I tell him and he knows. He has been a supplier of printing material to this company for 5 years when the company had still been at its old location. He leaves and comes back after 10 minutes with two Tombretta coffees - very nice of him and for us a "real" wake up elexir in the early morning hours. We get the next bus, which comes also early - this time we are prepared and take the ...
Preview of Jkirby's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Kathmandu, Nepal Entry Title: "Best of Nepal List" Entry: "I've now spent quite a bit of time in Kathmandu waiting for visas, arranging trekking, recuperating, etc. While here I have gorged myself on an abundance of Western food. So I provide you with my 'Best of Nepal' list. Best Breakfast breakfast bagel + a stuffed pancake, Delima Cafe, Kathmandu Best Trekkers Hotel The Bob Marley, Muktinath Friendliest Proprietor Cho Oyu View Lodge, Gokyo [free biscuits for independent trekkers! shhh.... :) ] Best Place for a Beer Tatopani Hot Springs Best Pizza Roadhouse Cafe or Rum Doodle, Kathmandu Best Steak filet mignon, New Everest Steak House, Pokhara Best Italian Food Dolce Vita, Kathmandu Best Dessert, Butterscotch Carmelized Bananas with Chocalate Ice Cream, Kilroys, Kathmandu Best Ice Cream Narula's, Pokhara Best Restaurant with a View Rooftop cafe on Annapurna Circuit facing Manaslu between Chamje and Chame Best Energy Bar Snickers Best Place to Kill a Day Nepal Immigration Office; runner up, Indian Embassy Best Coffee Himilayan Java, Kathamandu Best Place to Escape Honking Garden of Dreams, Kathmandu Best Hamburger Nilgiri's, Kathmandu Best Atmosphere Rum Doodle, Kathmandu Best Service Delima Cafe, Kathmandu Worst Restaurant Gangapurna Lodge, Manang ----------- If you're like me, then, after ...
A video montage of some night pictures I took during the 2010 Starry Night Tour of Gardens. The music is sung by Gerard Butler in a deleted scene from the film version of The Phantom of the Opera. The reason I chose this particular piece of music is that it seems to convey how lonely and ignored the community seems at times, with crime and urban blight. Then a group of people see the ignored beauty, they "hear" the music and bring out the beauty of the community with the annual garden walk. I used all natural lighting for an Impressionist purposes. I chose to use natural lighting and a softer focus to convey gentleness. A small bit of French Impressionism. This is the third of my garden walk videos, and my most favorite one.
'Where is your organiser?' asked the gent on the scooter. He had buzzed down the road into the Buffalo Bay parking lot as we were loading the last of the equipment onto the trailer. Directed to event manager Amanda Dixon and Roger Wynne-Dyke of EDGE of AFRICA Beach Festival, he exploded 'Congratulations on a slick and smooth event with every attention to the tiniest detail!' and buzzed off before Roger and the rest of the crew could respond or even ask his name. It was the cherry on the top of a wonderful day, a magnificent end to another successful summer Beach Festival of sports, music and sand sculptures. After postponing the 16th December start of Beach Fest due to pouring rain and heavy winds, Saturday 18th dawned to be a spectacular sunrise and, once the thick eerie mist lifted, the sunniest, hottest and windless day the Garden Route had seen in weeks. The team couldn't have asked for a more beautiful day! By 8am a great vibe was in the air as the local kids soccer teams arrived in taxi's at Brenton on Sea and headed down to the mist shrouded beach. After a brief introduction of the proceedings the teams set off down the beach for the 5km walk to Buffalo Bay. Their first challenge was to collect as much washed up litter en route which was to be used in a 'creative design' competition highlighting the danger of coastal litter on marine life. This was more of an experience than the organisers had planned; for some of the team members this was the first time they had ...
Preview of Kupdegra's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Avalon, United States Entry Title: "The Unimog, Canyon tour and Helicopter" Entry: "It's check out today, so we take a stroll around town looking at the local architecture and picking out our favorite houses. The lots are so tiny, and some of the houses so narrow you wonder how they find "doll house" furniture to fit. We're still searching for the perfect golf cart. I want mine with air conditioning, two seats and a baggage shelf. Customized of course in power blue with a Jaguar front. It's still hard to believe that you have to wait over 30 years to bring your car on the island. Of course with the narrow streets and no where to park, it does make sense. I could live with the golf cart. Back to the hotel, grabbing our bags and walking down to the Discovery Tours office. There are large pay lockers in the parking lot to store our bags while we are on tour. You can't miss the sign when you check in for this adventure: NOTICE TO PASSENGERS: Road to the interior is unpaved, steep, winding, narrow, bumpy & dusty (as well as scenic). Kary and I look at each other and smile, oh yep bring it on! We are traveling in a Mercedes Unimog, a 12 passenger canopied off-road vehicle, and we are sitting HIGH off the road. We head out of town on narrow, dusty winding roads lined with eucalyptus trees. Not a ...
The Ken-Ton Garden Tour began in 2002 as Erie County's first suburban home gardening event. Each year, dozens of homeowners in the Village of Kenmore and Town of Tonawanda show off their hard work, welcoming hundreds of visitors from across Western New York and southern Ontario. The 2010 Tour included over 50 residential and neighborhood gardens.
Video slide show of this year's Tour of Gardens. Music from the CD Road Marks--The Whole World, my favorite CD by Israeli artist Yosef Karduner Song: Ki Ish HaYisraeli Regarding the lyrics: It's the idea that in every thing, place, and situation, there is a certain G-dly 'wisdom' there, and by trying to find it, wherever you are, you can attach yourself to it, and connect to Hashem (Gd) through every single thing in the world. Everything becomes an experience you can grow and learn from. We can find true meaning and purpose in every single thing.
It's the 16th Annual Garden Walk. Sara Serafin talked to some of the gardeners about just how important flowers and gardens are to a flourishing city. skunkpost.com Want to learn more about Garden Walk and the area where you can see the gardens? Check out their website for a map and full details on the event: gardenwalkbuffalo.com
News 4's Garden expert, Sally Cunnigham strolls down the Buffalo Garden Walk.
The 16th Annual Buffalo Garden Walk. Day one,a success. The sun, the breeze, and at times music added to the outdoor experience.
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Bis Mitte des 19.Jahrhunderts war Colorado fast unbewohnt. Dies aenderte sich rasch, als in der Naehe von Denver 1858 Gold gefunden wurde und einen riesigen Goldrausch ausloeste, der viele Menschen hierher lockte. Bis zum Ende dieses Jahrhunderts wurde in den Bergen Colorados immer wieder Gold und Silber gefunden. Die rasche Besiedlung fuehrte zu schweren Ausenandersetzungen mit den Ute-Indianern, im Jahr 1879 verliessen diese nach dem White River Massaker den Staat.
A five week celebration (June 18 to July 25) of the greater Buffalo areas garden walks, talks, tours and events. The Festival will be like a great, green umbrella under which garden tours, the Japanese Garden, the Erie Basin Marina Gardens, the Botanical Gardens, the Rose Garden, the Elmwood-Bidw...
Buffalo's Garden Walk favorites Elaine and Gordon duke it out to see who has the best garden.