• Dogfish Head Brewery - Milton, Delaware

    Dogfish Head Brewery - Milton, Delaware

    "Off-centered goodness for off-centered people." Sam Calagione's Dogfish Head began in 1995 with the opening of Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats, based in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. The reputation of Dogfish Head quickly grew beyond Delaware's borders. Calls from Philadelphia and Washington D.C. poured in, with patrons demanding their favorite beach beer at home. By 1999, Dogfish Head was distributing five year-round bottled brands in about a dozen states.

  • Dogfish Head Brewery - Milton, Delaware

    Dogfish Head Brewery - Milton, Delaware

  • Dogfish Head Brewery - Milton, Delaware

    Dogfish Head Brewery - Milton, Delaware

  • Dogfish Head Brewery - Milton, Delaware

    Dogfish Head Brewery - Milton, Delaware

    Dogfish Head quickly outgrew it's original distributing brewery and in the summer of 2002, moved it's entire production into a 100,000 square foot converted cannery in Milton, Delaware.

  • National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum - Cooperstown, New York

    National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum - Cooperstown, New York

    Front entrance to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.

  • National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum - Cooperstown, New York

    National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum - Cooperstown, New York

    Baseball is more than just a game…It’s a family experience that connects generations. It’s an American tradition that holds a special place in the hearts and minds of fans, young and old. It’s the feelings and emotion behind the memories. It’s everyone who has made the pilgrimage to Cooperstown to honor the all-time greats who are enshrined in the Hall of Fame. It’s the relationships forged, stories shared, cherished memories created – the game connects us all. That’s baseball – and that’s what the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is all about.

  • National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum - Cooperstown, New York

    National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum - Cooperstown, New York

  • Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site - Hyde Park, New York

    Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site - Hyde Park, New York

    Assuming the Presidency at the depth of the Great Depression, Franklin D. Roosevelt helped the American people regain faith in themselves. He brought hope as he promised prompt, vigorous action, and asserted in his Inaugural Address, “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” The only American president in history to be elected four times, Roosevelt is often rated by scholars as one of the three greatest U.S. presidents, along with George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.

  • Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site - Hyde Park, New York

    Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site - Hyde Park, New York

    Library and living room inside the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site.

  • Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site - Hyde Park, New York

    Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site - Hyde Park, New York

    FDR's bedroom.

  • International Boxing Hall of Fame - Canastota, New York

    International Boxing Hall of Fame - Canastota, New York

    "Fight of the Century" - Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier On March 8, 1971, Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier met for the “Fight of the Century” at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The bout marked Ali’s return to the marquee three-and-a-half years after boxing commissions revoked his license over his refusal to fight in the Vietnam War. It was also Ali’s first chance to win back the heavyweight championship, which had been stripped by the World Boxing Association. The fight lived up to the hype. Ali initially landed more punches, gliding about the ring as light on his feet as he was in the prime of his career. Frazier’s punches, however, seemed to have more impact. In the end, after 15 rounds of thrilling toe-to-toe action, Frazier won a unanimous decision. The two fighters would fight twice more, in 1974 ("Super Fight II") and 1975 ("Thrilla in Manila"), with Ali winning both fights. The rivalry was so intense that, 20 years after their final fight, when Ali carried the torch and lit the ceremonial flame at

  • International Boxing Hall of Fame - Canastota, New York

    International Boxing Hall of Fame - Canastota, New York

    The modern International Boxing Hall of Fame, located in Canastota, New York, United States, honors boxers, trainers and other contributors to the sport worldwide. Inductees are selected by members of the Boxing Writers Association of America.

  • International Boxing Hall of Fame - Canastota, New York

    International Boxing Hall of Fame - Canastota, New York

  • International Boxing Hall of Fame - Canastota, New York

    International Boxing Hall of Fame - Canastota, New York

    "Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee." - Muhammad Ali

  • International Boxing Hall of Fame - Canastota, New York

    International Boxing Hall of Fame - Canastota, New York

    On the surface, the value of a fight ticket is to gain entrance through the gate into the area where the scheduled bouts are to take place on a specific date. Tickets can be very plain with one color, or they can be multicolored with beautiful photos of the contestants ready for battle or the city or arena where it is to take place. When the contest has ended, don't throw away that ticket, it could become a collector's item!

  • Douglas-Anthony Bridge and the Rochester, New York Skyline

    Douglas-Anthony Bridge and the Rochester, New York Skyline

  • KeyBank Center - Buffalo, New York

    KeyBank Center - Buffalo, New York

    The Buffalo Sabres are a professional ice hockey team based in Buffalo, New York and are members of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL).

  • KeyBank Center - Buffalo, New York

    KeyBank Center - Buffalo, New York

    The team was established in 1970, along with the Vancouver Canucks, when the league expanded to 14 teams. They have played at KeyBank Center since 1996 and are currently competing in their 47th season.

  • Letchworth State Park - Castile, New York

    Letchworth State Park - Castile, New York

    Letchworth State Park is a 14,427-acre state park located in Livingston and Wyoming counties, New York. The park is roughly 17 miles long, following the course of the Genesee River as it flows north through a deep gorge and over several large waterfalls.

  • Letchworth State Park - Castile, New York

    Letchworth State Park - Castile, New York

  • Letchworth State Park - Castile, New York

    Letchworth State Park - Castile, New York

  • Letchworth State Park - Castile, New York

    Letchworth State Park - Castile, New York

    Letchworth State Park, renowned as the "Grand Canyon of the East," is one of the most scenically magnificent areas in the eastern U.S. The Genesee River roars through the gorge over three major waterfalls between cliffs--as high as 600 feet in some places--surrounded by lush forests. Hikers can choose among 66 miles of hiking trails. Trails are also available for horseback riding, biking, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing.

  • John Mayer - Darien Center, New York

    John Mayer - Darien Center, New York

    "The Search For Everything Tour"

  • John Mayer - Darien Center, New York

    John Mayer - Darien Center, New York

    "The Search For Everything Tour"

  • Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Did you know the Philadelphia Phillies are the oldest continuous, one-name, one-city franchise in all of professional American sports, dating back to 1883?

  • Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    The Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame is a collection of plaques, mounted on a brick wall next to the Left Field Gate at Citizens Bank Park, the ballpark of the Philadelphia Phillies.

  • Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Spectacular and intimate ... breathtaking views ... dazzling amenities ... and a staggering array of special features! Those are just a few things you can find in your experience at the award-winning Citizens Bank Park, the Phillies' spectacular ballpark.

  • Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    The Phillie Phanatic dates back to 1977-1978, when Dennis Lehman (an executive in the Phillies organization) wanted to create a mascot for the team. He was inspired by the San Diego Padres and the San Diego Chicken. Lehman worked with a company in NYC called Harrison/Erickson which had done work before with Jim Henson's Muppets. They wanted a mascot that was unique and also representative of the fanbase, hence they wanted something "fanatical". The result was the Phillie Phanatic, a creature who embraces everything about the Phillies. He was given a backstory and a place of origin with great detail to actually make it seem like a real person/creature. "Officially" the Phanatic is from the Galapagos (known for their wild abundance of unique lifeforms known only to the islands) and is the Phillies biggest fan.

  • Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    View of the Philadelphia skyline from Citizens Bank Park.

  • Reading Terminal Market - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Reading Terminal Market - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    A cheesesteak is a sandwich made from thinly sliced pieces of beefsteak and melted cheese in a long hoagie roll. A popular regional fast food, it has its roots in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Independence Hall - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Independence Hall - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Independence Hall is the building where both the United States Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were debated and adopted. It is now the centerpiece of Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  • Independence Hall - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Independence Hall - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Within Independence Hall’s Assembly Room, the Constitution was debated, ratified, and signed on September 17, 1787. The individuals who gathered in the Assembly Room over the years were famous leaders in U.S. history: John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and George Washington, among many others

  • Independence Hall - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Independence Hall - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    They risked everything — “their lives, their fortune and their sacred honor.” During the blistering summer of 1776, 56 courageous men gathered at the Pennsylvania State House and defied the King of England. Eleven years later, representatives from 12 states gathered to shape the U.S. Constitution, finally creating one unified nation.

  • Independence Hall - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Independence Hall - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Although not one of the Founding Fathers, there's arguably no film (or character) as iconically "Philly" as Rocky. Visitors wishing to tour Independence Hall may pick up free tickets inside the visitor's center, where they may also pose for a selfie with Mr. Balboa.

  • Independence Hall - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Independence Hall - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    The Liberty Bell stands today as one of the most prominent and widely recognized symbols of America.

  • Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania's State Capitol, proclaimed as one of the most beautiful in the nation, is a priceless architectural and artistic treasure, a majestic symbol of history and power, and an icon of democracy and freedom.

  • Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    "Commonwealth," by sculptor Roland Hinton Perry, is a female figure representing Pennsylvania. Placed at the top of the Capitol dome on May 25, 1905, the gilded bronze statue stands 17 feet, 8 inches tall. The figure holds the mace of statehood in her left hand and extends her right hand in benediction.

  • Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    Situated in the heart of downtown Harrisburg is a building once called by President Theodore Roosevelt the “handsomest building I ever saw." If you’ve ever visited the city, it’s likely that you’ve seen this majestic building, or at least its green dome, standing out among the otherwise unremarkable skyline.

  • Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    Today, more than 100 years after its dedication, the Pennsylvania State Capitol building is still one of the “handsomest” buildings you’ll find in America. However, if you’ve only seen the outside of this majestic building, you’re missing out on the even more spectacular interior. This is definitely one of the most beautiful places in the city and a great place for photographers visiting Harrisburg.

  • Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    The richly appointed Senate Chamber is where Pennsylvania's 50 state Senators meet to debate and vote on legislation and resolutions. The Senate Chamber is more than a vital seat of government for the people. It is an impressive marriage of art, architecture and functionality. A major restoration of the Chamber was completed in 1994. Today, its original design by architect Joseph Huston and painter Violet Oakley survives remarkably intact.

  • Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    The Senate Chamber viewing gallery.

  • Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    From the bronze and glass chandeliers to the stained glass windows and vibrant murals, the Senate Chamber is full of awe-inspiring artisanship and historically significant artifacts.

  • Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania State Capitol - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    The Pennsylvania House of Representatives is America's first independent legislative body.

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