Like the rest of America, we’ve been watching a LOT of Netflix these past few months. And Hulu. And HBO. And Disney+. If we’re gonna be quarantined in our 26-foot RV, we need options. For this happy hour, we’re talking about some of our favorite bingeable shows, from Veep and Big Little Lies to Taste the Nation and Dead to Me.
One of the most iconic, bucket list-worthy destinations in America, Mount Rushmore National Memorial is the star of this week’s podcast episode, and we’re delving deeper into our trip to this South Dakota staple for this photo journal.
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Music is intrinsically connected to just about every aspect of the city, and those roots run deep. Music, especially jazz, is everywhere in New Orleans, as evidenced by its omnipresence in neighborhoods like the French Quarter, the Bywater, and the Marigny.
What a perfect coincidence that mere days after the Fourth of July is our episode on one of the most patriotic bucket list destinations in the country: Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Join us as we explore the history of this South Dakota icon, eat some very special ice cream, and gush about our love for the National Treasure movies.
Don’t get us wrong. We love a good chicken-fried steak, but Oklahoma City is an underrated food city with a lot more to offer, like whimsical cocktails, red velvet pies, hip pizzerias, sweet potato beers, and tasting menus that you’d sooner expect to find in larger—and more expensive—cities.
We’re so excited to revisit some of our favorite memories from one of our favorite cities with this photographic trip to New Orleans. A true American treasure, this week we’re exploring the city’s jazzy heritage and musical lore, from the venerable Jazz Museum to live music seen and heard throughout the French Quarter and beyond.
I’m not shy about my love for Oklahoma City, and a large part of that obsession has to do with the city’s hugely underrated food scene. In addition to amazing contemporary restaurants and bars, the city has spawned some impressive Americana classics, including the onion burger.
The world can be a pretty stressful place, especially in times like these. Fortunately, there is so much good out there. So much uplifting inspiration. So many folks who make us smile, from close friends to Téa Leoni, and so many refreshing escapes. This month, these are our favorite things.
From death, destruction, and darkness comes light, hope, and perseverance. This is the everlasting lesson of the Oklahoma City National Memorial, the site of one of the most horrific days in American history, transformed over time into a heartwarming ode to the survivors and heroes from that fateful day in 1995.