American Cities

  • February 23, 2020

    Chicago has grown and prospered since its early days as a meatpacking and steel manufacturing hub. The City of Broad Shoulders is now a major center of culture and commerce. Chicagoans are proud of their exceptional blues and jazz clubs, and they are unfailingly loyal to the Cubs and White Sox. Accl ...

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  • November 11, 2019

    Steep hills, a glistening bay, beautiful mountains in the distance, and the majestic Golden Gate Bridge define the San Francisco landscape. With its quirky neighborhoods, world-class restaurants, and many cultural landmarks, San Francisco is an urban paradise. Climb Nob Hill and bask in the wonderfu ...

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  • November 8, 2019

    When Washington, D.C., became this nation's new capital in 1800, it was a miserable mosquito-infested swamp. Today it is a beautiful city of inspiring monuments, impressive buildings, spacious parks, and magnificent museums. The Founding Fathers would be proud. See the sights, visit the monuments, a ...

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  • October 20, 2019

    A jewel of the Pacific Northwest, Portland is home to small-town charm and big-city excitement. The City of Roses is nestled between the picturesque Columbia and Willamette rivers, and the bridges that cross these waterways are as unique as the city itself. Portlanders and visitors alike enjoy the r ...

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  • October 13, 2019

    Pittsburgh stands tall and proud along the banks of its three rivers. Long known as the Steel City and admired for its tradition of hard work and industrial prowess, Pittsburgh is also a city rich in history, diverse neighborhoods with stunning architecture, art institutions, and numerous bridges. F ...

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  • October 1, 2019

    Philadelphia played a leading role in the founding of the United States. Both the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were adopted here, and Philadelphians will proudly tell you that the City of Brotherly Love was the first capital of the United States. Today, Philadelphia continues to ...

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  • September 19, 2019

    Skyscrapers, bridges, Lady Liberty, art, music, dance, theater, museums, restaurants... New York City has all of these things and so much more. For centuries, the city that never sleeps has been enticing people to visit, live, and play with a magnetic attraction. The first glimpse of its harbor was ...

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  • September 11, 2019

    New Orleans offers peerless jazz music, bona fide Cajun cuisine, old world traditions, and a lifestyle that embraces the decadent and unconventional. With its slow Southern pace and fusion of African and European cultures, New Orleans is alive with limitless beauty. This square wall calendar celebra ...

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  • August 6, 2019

    For the first 50 years of its existence, Las Vegas was synonymous with gambling and shady characters. Although gaming still dominates the economy of this desert city, Las Vegas now features top-notch museums, parks, and educational institutions to go along with its luxury hotels and endless entertai ...

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  • July 25, 2019

    Known for its mouthwatering barbecue, Kansas City also offers a feast for the eyes. The city has more fountains than any other city except Rome, and its boulevards and parks make it particularly pleasing. Featuring a variety of landmarks and locales, this square wall calendar takes you on a visual t ...

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