Ohio Keno Results Shows and Events

The Keno lottery is a state wide lottery game played all over Ohio. Millions of people in Ohio are regularly participating in the game. That is why investors have been developing a lot of ways to attract and convince consumers to join the local Keno lottery. The Ohio keno results show has been established as […]

Lake Erie Islands Destinations – Put-In-Bay

If you ever have the chance, you must visit an island oasis which features old-fashioned ice cream shops, bicycles built for two, rolling hills with cascading grape vines, historical landmarks and some of the best lobster bisque on the planet. So where is this jewel of the landscape? Why Lake Erie, of course. Lake Erie […]

How to Contact Comic Book Artists and Writers

The first annual New York Comic-con brought out Milla Jovovich and was so successful, organizers almost had to shut it down. The second annual New York Comic-con was organized much better, even bringing out Steven King and Stan Lee to meet fans. Below are some more insider tips for contacting your favorite comic book artists […]

Charley's Grilled Subs Franchise Review

During a family vacation, Charley missed the right exit which brought him to South Philly. He sampled a Philly Cheese steak, and it was love at first bite. He couldn't forget the taste, so he brought the recipe back home to Columbus, Ohio and began testing his own improvements on the recipes on his college […]

Benefits, Limitations and Uses of Roller Compacted Concrete – RCC

Paving contractors, road builders and even government agencies are turning to Roller Compacted Concrete as the pavement of choice in larger numbers as the acceptance of Roller Compacted Concrete, also known as RCC, grows across the United States. RCC offers unique qualities different from traditional concrete or asphalt that make the pavement an economical, fast-construction […]

Custer's 7th Cavalry Leaves a Mark at Initial Rock

On May 17th, 1876, Lt. Col. George Custer's 7th Cavalry left Fort Abraham Lincoln on their way to Little Big Horn. Ten days later, they entered the badlands of North Dakota, a distance of approximately 126 miles. Once entering the badlands, they followed the difficult Davis Creek trail, requiring the troops to build bridges and […]

Native American Names of Places in the United States

There are many places including towns and states that were named after Native American words or names. In fact, about 50% of the states were named using Native American words. Many of these places have names that we almost take for granted these days and most people are unaware of their Native American aboriginal origins. […]

Hillforest Mansion – Aurora Indiana

Sitting on 10 acres of land high on a hill overlooking the Ohio River, Hillforest Mansion strikes an impressive scene. Just as impressive is it’s colorful past. Listed on The National Register of Historic Places, in 1992 it was bestowed the honor of being designated a National Historic Landmark thus placing it on the same […]