Expert Tips on Visiting Titanic Museum in Branson, MO
Take a tour of the Titanic Museum in Branson, Missouri and get inside information on exhibits, hands-on experiences, and more. Buy Titanic Museum tickets online at
A look at the history of Springfield's South End
The city if Springfield is getting ready to welcome MGM Springfield. 22News takes a look back at the history of the south end.
HISTORICAL PLACES OF MISSOURI STATE,U.S.A., IN GOOGLE EARTH
HISTORICAL PLACES OF MISSOURI STATE,U S A
1. MISSOURI STATE CAPITOL,JEFFERSON 38°34'45.25N 92°10'20.98W
2. LDS TEMPLE,ST.LOUIS 38°38'22.68N 90°27'52.46W
3. CITY WORKHOUSE CASTLE,KANSAS CITY 39° 5'16.12N 94°33'46.68W
4. SILVER DOLLAR CITY,BRANSON 36°40'13.53N 93°20'22.80W
5. FORT OSAGE,SIBLEY 39.187562°N 94.192121°W
6. ARCH,ST.LOUIS 38°39'13.59N 90°15'4.12W
7. TITANIC MUSEUM,BRANSON 36°38'18.08N 93°16'48.11W
8. MERAMEC CAVERNS,SULLIVAN 38°14'42.64N 91° 5'20.48W
9. CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM,KANSAS CITY 39° 2'47.23N 94°35'6.21W
10. ST.LOUIS CITY MUSEUM,ST.LOUIS 38°37'58.82N 90°12'3.73W
11. REPLEYS BELIEVE IT OR NOT,BRANSON 36°38'15.54N 93°17'0.19W
12. MASONIC TEMPLE,ST.LOUIS 38°38'17.79N 90°14'6.19W
13. FANTASTIC CAVERNS,SPRINGFIELD 37°17'16.00N 93°21'32.04W
14. NELSON ATKINS MUSEUM OF ART,KANSAS CITY 39° 2'41.82N 94°34'50.29W
15. HOLLYWOOD WAX MUSEUM,BRANSON 36°38'15.41N 93°16'37.09W
16. ST.LOUIS MUSEUM OF ART,ST.LOUIS 38°38'22.66N 90°17'39.80W
17. BOTANICAL GARDEN,ST.LOUIS 38°36'46.85N 90°15'34.24W
18. WORLDS OF FUN,KANSAS CITY 39°10'22.75N 94°29'7.29W
19. OLD CATHEDRAL MUSEUM,ST.LOUIS 38°37'26.65N 90°11'13.23W
20. UCM MAASTRICHT TOWER,WARRENSBURG 38°45'27.85N 93°44'29.17W
21. ST.LOUIS CATHEDRAL,ST.LOUIS 38°38'32.91N 90°15'17.16W
22. LIBERTY MEMORIAL,KANSAS CITY 39° 4'51.90N 94°35'9.26W
23. GATEWAY ARCH,ST. LOUIS 38°37'28.55N 90°11'5.65W
Big Timber and Southampton Massachusetts here's part 7????????????
Class Struggle & the U.S. Working Class
IBT supporter Jason Wright speaking at a panel discussion hosted by the Platypus Affiliated Society, Amherst, Massachusetts, Friday, 20 September 2013.
Corrections: 1. The Fourth International was founded in 1938, not 1940. 2. The SL's trade-union caucuses have not existed for some 30 years, not 20.
Museo Abraham Lincoln, Springfield, Il
Mi paseo a la capital del estado de Illinois...
SAAM Symposia - Augustus Saint-Gaudens Centennial
This symposium will reexamined the influence and importance of one of America’s greatest sculptors, Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907).
BEAT ANY ESCAPE ROOM- 10 proven tricks and tips
10 tips to dominate any Escape room- Prepare your brain for the Escape room using Brilliant.org. First 200 people get 20% off!!
-Check out Dr. Nicholson's website here for more juicy stuff-
-8 roles for players-
-This is the escape room I filmed in. They were awesome to work with. If you live in Silicon Valley this is the perfect spot (not all Escape Rooms are created equal)-
-This is the harder room that looked like a castle-
0:07- New Shoes- Blue Wednesday -
1:23- Spark- Maxwell Young-
2:08- The Ocean- Andrew Applepie-
6:33- Cereal Killa- Blue Wednesday -
8:30- Breakfast- Andrew Applepie-
10:57- Q- Blue Wednesday -
11:49- Too Happy to be cool by Notebreak-
Summary: I visited Dr. Scott Nicholson in Brantford, ON Canada since he is the world expert in Escape Room design. After meeting with him for a day here are the 10 tips I came away with to beat any escape room:
1. Think simple
3. Organize your stuff
4. Focus on what is stopping you
5. Team roles
6. Lock types
7. Code types
8. Written clues
9. Look for patterns
10. Your guide is your friend
They are soft-
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Mass Appeal Black History Month; Springfield History
We're commemorating Black History Month by learning about two great local figures from our past with ties to Springfield.
54th Mass. Colored Infantry Troops buried... a few blocks away - in Columbia, PA
54th Mass. buried in PA
Colored Troops buried in PA
54th Mass. troops buried in Columbia
The 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, the second all-colored regiment in the U.S. Army (the 1st Kansas was...well, the 1st), was formed after the Battle of Antietam during the American Civil War - featured in the movie GLORY.
Yes, I know, there's a T in one of the music credits... should read Closing.
If you found that T - you should be able to find Zion Hill Cemetery.
Washington Crossing the Delaware in the Popular Culture
Note that virtually all of these images were inspired by the famous painting by Emanuel Leutze. But how many of the details in the depiction of the famous crossing did Leutze get right? And how many more did the artist get wrong? Executed 75 years after the event depicted, the painting was propagandistic: Leutze hoped the image would inspire liberal reformers rising up against repressive European regimes in 1848. Does it matter that Washington is too old in the painting? That he would not have been standing? That it’s the wrong time of day? That the boat is too small? That the ice is oceanic? And, most arrestingly, that the flag so prominently featured, had not yet been created? Regardless of the inaccuracies, the event deserves the attention it continues to receive in the popular culture, but see the clip at to understand the significance of Washington’s bold decision to cross the river and engage Hessian mercenaries at Trenton.
The clips are from Cingular Ad; NBC: “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”; Disney: Moochie of Pop Warner Football (1960); At the Circus (1939); NBC: “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson”; Ten Gentlemen from West Point (1942); WGN: “Bozo the Clown”; “I Love Lucy”; History Channel: “History for Kids”; “Bugs’ History Lesson”; “Animaniacs”; “Gumby”; “The Muppets”; “Popeye”; “Real Monsters”; “Rugrats”; “Ned’s Newt”; Adult Swim: “Robot Chicken”; “Teen Titans”; “Scooby Do”; “Doug”; “Peabody and Sherman”; Ad for the U. S. Mint; “Dexter’s Laboratory”; “Histeria”; “A Great Big Bunch of You”; “The Brady Bunch”; The One and Only, Genuine Original Family Band (1968); Comedy Central: “Win Ben Stein’s Money”; Rocky (1976); The Crowd (1928); “Voyagers”; Honda Ad; Macy’s Ad; FOX: “The Ben Stiller Show”.
MBHOF Virtual Museum Tour
Take a virtual video tour of the Manitoba Basketball Hall of Fame
Springfield Museums purchasing Dr. Seuss home
The childhood home of one of Springfield’s most famous natives is being purchased by the Springfield Museums.
Springfield's History Museum
A tour of history at Springfield Baptist.
Pulse Academy visits the NBA Hall of Fame Museum
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Elizabeth Gladys Millvina Dean was a British civil servant and cartographer. She was the last remaining survivor of the sinking of the RMS Titanic on 15 April 1912. At 2 months old, she was also the youngest passenger aboard.
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Springfield, Massachusetts | Wikipedia audio article
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
00:01:57 1 History
00:05:10 2 Geography
00:08:05 2.1 Climate
00:10:35 2.2 Neighborhoods
00:15:11 3 Demographics
00:18:10 3.1 Income
00:18:25 4 Economy
00:21:00 4.1 Business headquarters
00:22:17 4.2 Companies headquartered in Springfield
00:23:48 4.3 Companies formerly in Springfield
00:25:33 5 Arts and culture
00:25:42 5.1 Amusement parks and fairs
00:27:06 5.2 Festivals
00:33:05 5.3 Museums
00:34:35 5.4 Music
00:37:02 5.5 Nightlife
00:38:12 5.6 Points of interest
00:47:41 6 Sports
00:51:43 7 Architecture
00:55:57 8 Parks
01:02:42 9 Government
01:02:50 9.1 City of Springfield
01:03:56 9.1.1 Finances
01:05:35 9.2 Judicial system
01:06:10 9.3 Politics
01:08:08 9.4 Switch to ward representation
01:09:25 9.5 Crime
01:11:15 10 Education
01:11:24 10.1 Grade schools
01:11:33 10.1.1 Public schools (K–12)
01:13:03 10.1.2 Private schools
01:14:35 10.2 Higher education
01:14:44 10.2.1 Universities and colleges
01:17:19 10.2.2 Community colleges
01:18:01 10.3 Library
01:18:53 11 Media
01:19:02 11.1 Newspapers
01:19:34 11.2 Television
01:23:46 11.2.1 Cable operators
01:24:10 11.3 Radio
01:24:39 12 Transportation
01:25:36 12.1 Rail
01:27:24 12.2 Bus
01:28:19 12.3 Air
01:29:15 13 Water and sewer system
01:30:40 14 Sister cities
01:30:52 15 Notable people
01:31:04 16 See also
01:31:25 17 Notes and references
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Springfield is a city in the state of Massachusetts, United States, and the seat of Hampden County. Springfield sits on the eastern bank of the Connecticut River near its confluence with three rivers: the western Westfield River, the eastern Chicopee River, and the eastern Mill River. As of the 2010 Census, the city's population was 153,060. Metropolitan Springfield, as one of two metropolitan areas in Massachusetts (the other being Greater Boston), had a population of 692,942 as of 2010.The first Springfield in the New World, it is the largest city in western New England, and the urban, economic, and cultural capital of Massachusetts' Connecticut River Valley (colloquially known as the Pioneer Valley). It is the third-largest city in Massachusetts and fourth-largest in New England after Boston, Worcester, and Providence. Springfield has several nicknames – The City of Firsts, due to the many innovations developed there, such as the first American dictionary, the first American gas-powered automobile, and the first machining lathe for interchangeable parts; The City of Homes, due to its Victorian residential architecture; and Hoop City, as basketball – one of the world's most popular sports – was invented in Springfield in 1891 by James Naismith.
Hartford, the capital of Connecticut, lies 24 miles (39 km) south of Springfield, on the western bank of the Connecticut River. The Hartford-Springfield region is known as the Knowledge Corridor because it hosts over 160,000 university students and over 32 universities and liberal arts colleges – the second-highest concentration of higher-learning institutions in the United States. The city of Springfield itself is home to Springfield College, Western New England University, American International College, and Springfield Technical Community College, among other higher educational institutions.
Springfield Museums the place to be during school vacation week
Officially titled Science Superstars & Planet Protectors: School Vacation Week, museum officials call it a week-long celebration of hands-on science and ecological fun.
The Christmas Truce and the Great War - Don Mullan
On September 24, 2014, Irish author and humanitarian, Don Mullan, presented the lecture The Christmas Truce and the Great War.
Indian Leap section of the Chicopee River known as a dangerous spot for swimming
Springfield Police said Lopez' friends lost sight of him in the Indian Leap section of the Chicopee River between Indian Orchard and Ludlow.