The True Land of Lincoln: Four Presidential Sites amidst the Kentucky Bluegrass

Illinois is often referred to as the “Land of Lincoln”. And while honest Abe spent a great deal of his political career in Illinois, the true land of Lincoln lurks amidst Kentucky bluegrass. From historic homes in Lexington to Abe’s humble beginnings just outside of the Bourbon Trail, you can uncover all sorts of reasons why Kentucky could very well be the land of Lincoln. With President’s Day around the corner, honor one of the greatest leaders of the nation by following this trail of Lincoln sites in Kentucky.

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Plans Announced for $155 Million Makeover of Chicago’s Navy Pier

A new $155 million plan to revamp Chicago’s Navy Pier was unveiled Thursday by board members of Navy Pier, Inc., the non-profit organization which will takeover operations at the site beginning Friday.

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Travel Shot: Sky Deck at Willis Tower in Chicago, Illinois

In July 2009, the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) in Chicago, Illinois unveiled several glass balconies at the world famous Sky Deck on the 103rd floor of the iconic building.

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DIY Travel: Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture Tours

One of the most in-demand architects of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Frank Lloyd Wright’s homes and buildings can be found throughout the country. Characterized by their clean lines, airy design, and conduciveness to their surroundings, many of his homes now serve as the residences of private collectors and some are owned by architectural organizations and museums (and, thus, can be visited by the public).

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Travel Shot: Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois

Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois is the home field of Major League Baseball's Chicago Cubs. Originally opened as Weeghman Park in 1914, Wrigley Field has hosted Cubs home games since 1916.

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