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Google launched “Photo Scan” in the last few weeks, and its main goal is bringing your shoeboxes full of photos into the 21st century. Photo Scan allows you to scan your photos into Google Photos, using your phone camera, and the quality on it is really good. The app “scans” the photo as a whole, …

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True Memoirs of an International Assassin is a Netflix exclusive movie starring Kevin James, Rob Riggle, Andy Garcia and Zulay Henao. Sam Larson (James) is a struggling writer, working on his first novel in the midst of his regular job. But in his head he is living the life of his character, as an assassin. …

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Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown are two corners of the American Historic Triangle in Virginia (Colonial Williamsburg is the third…but that’s for another day). Let’s focus on Yorktown first: The American Revolution Museum will take you through the history of the revolution, from events such as the Battle of Great Bridge …

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The American Civil War Museum is a collection of locations in and around Richmond, Virginia, dating back to the 1800s. Historic Tredegar – An Iron Works facility from the 1800s houses the Civil War Museum as well as a free National Parks Museum for the Richmond National Battlefield The White House – This was the …

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It’s next summer and Red Oaks Country Club is kicking off another year of tennis, golf, and hijinks. David (Craig Roberts) is still seeing Skye (Alexandra Socha), Wheeler may still be seeing Misty (Alexandra Turshen) and Mr. Getty still hates David and is facing Guiliani’s wrath. Love is in the air, children are studying for …

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This weekend marks the final race for legendary driver Tony Stewart, who I’ve been a fan of for 13+ years. This week I visited Richmond International Raceway, the home of Tony’s first ever win in 1999. Open during regular business hours (8:30AM-5PM) the track gives out free tours, and to take you around their large …

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The Inner Harbor in Baltimore is a great spot to see for a little taste of ships throughout American history. The USS Constellation (1855), lightship Chesapeake (1930), US Coast Guard Cutter Taney (1936) and the USS Torsk submarine (1944) can all be seen for $18, and it gives you a nice taste of how our …

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