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‘Whiskey Rebellion’ Tourism Eyed for Pennsylvania County

By Ryan Brown BEDFORD, Pa. (AP) — Crowds of onlookers filled Bedford’s streets Oct. 19, 1794, as the President of the United States rode into town. A witness recalled that 62-year-old Washington — “the Father of His Country,” as he was already widely called — appeared pleased as he passed down a street, removed his […]

Badger Motor Car Co. Features History and Beer

By Barry Adams COLUMBUS, Wis. (AP) — Darvin Frey is well aware of the gamble he has taken with his Badger Motor Car Co. The 1920s-era building he bought a few months ago was built to make burial vaults and caskets and is nestled between the railroad tracks and Crawfish River. The 10,000-square-foot space is […]

Renovations on Embassy Theatre Should Be Finished by March

By Ellie Bogue The News-Sentinel FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Renovations at the Embassy Theatre and the Indiana Hotel are on schedule for the expansion to open in early March. Kelly Updike, executive director of the Historic Embassy Theatre Foundation, said the ballroom, being built on the sixth and seventh floors of the Indiana Hotel, […]

Clark County Museum to Be Part of Bicentennial Project

By Aprile Rickert JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (AP) — The Clark County Museum is moving closer to becoming a reality in time for Indiana’s bicentennial next year. The project, which has been in the works for several years, was recently accepted as an Indiana Bicentennial Legacy Project by the Indiana Bicentennial Commission. The museum in Jeffersonville is […]

Used Bookstores Help Tell Stories Along Historic Route 66

By Russell Contreras ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Travelers along historic Route 66 from Chicago to Los Angeles have no problem finding their fix of fake American Indian jewelry and vintage Elvis posters. But along this path motorists also will discover something once declared dead: the used bookstore. There’s the Chicago bookstore with a cat and […]