Posts about ‘Events’

The fire of NFL football has been relit in Los Angeles. And the torch of the Rams stadium at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum was lit (literally) in front of a massive crowd of football fans a few weeks ago. With over 91,000 tickets sold for the opening game against the Seattle Seahawks, the L.A. [read more…]

It’s no secret that America has a love affair with Halloween. This beloved holiday inspires countless festivals and celebrations throughout the country every year, and each location has its own special brand of Halloween style… However, certain cities go the extra mile to make their haunted celebrations especially memorable. Here is our list of the four [read more…]

Fall brings a bumper crop of outdoor fun, including some of the country’s best corn mazes and pumpkin festivals—both great ways to enjoy the brisk fall weather and the season’s best activities on the cheap. Here are our top picks for doing exactly that. Scott’s Maze Adventures—Mount Dora, FL: It’s hard to get in the fall spirit in Florida’s [read more…]

“Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona.” So said George Frederick Will, a true American, a Pulitzer Prize winner and author of two best-selling books about baseball. But enough about Mr. Will. Onto baseball. Specifically, the National League and the best baseball cities. Okay, brief history…go! [read more…]

70% of football fans would travel to a game. Which may seem like a lot, until you consider the heated, bitter and incredibly fun rivalries between teams. So forget the fall foliage and pumpkin spice, fall is really all about the football—at least according to our Football Fandex Survey. What’s more, those crazies you see on TV dressed head-to-toe in their team’s [read more…]

The semifinal college football playoffs game at the Fiesta Bowl 2016 kicks off Saturday, December 31 at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Don’t pass on the 46th annual event, where the winner will go off to compete against the winner of the Peach Bowl semifinals in the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship. So, [read more…]

Whether you’re into pumpkins or podcasts, biergartens or blues music, these fall festivals are worth falling for. Oktoberfest Denver When and where: Sept. 23–25 and Sept. 30–Oct.2 in Denver There’s no shortage of German-inspired festivals this time of year, but how many have stein hoisting (only the strong survive), wiener dog races and the the Keg Bowling National Championships? You’ll [read more…]

Thoroughbred racing and bourbon sipping are age-old traditions in Louisville, but let’s not distill this quirky-cool, forward-thinking Kentucky city’s offerings to just horses and booze. (Or let’s.) Either way, as the WWE: Live event slams into town today, we take a look (in no particular order) at other fun things to do in Louisville, between rounds. 1. [read more…]

Think Saturday, October 15, 2016 is just another ordinary Saturday? Think again! October 15th is Sweetest Day, a lesser-known, less-pressure-y version of Valentine’s Day. It’s a great (and more unexpected) day to surprise your sweetheart with a little gift, a card, or a kind gesture. But why not up the ante and whisk your beloved [read more…]

Hello there. Do you like beer? Do you like sausage? If you’re nodding your head ‘yes,’ then it might not be a big jump to think you might enjoy an Oktoberfest celebration. But the original Oktoberfest, a festival dedicated to all things autumnal and German, is all the way in Munich! We can’t afford Munich right [read more…]