How the Green Bay Packers came to be America’s only non-profit NFL franchise

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Brenda Krainik and Candy Conard in Green Bay, Wisconsin share the back-story of how the Green Bay Packers came to be America’s only non-profit NFL team. More than 360,000 fans are ardent shareholders, and the concession stands at Lambeau Field are operated by local non-profit … Continued

The future isn’t what it used to be with Atlas Obscura’s virtual reality travel experience

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Kain Tietzel, CEO and founder of Sydney, Australia based Start VR talks about the newly released Atlas Obscura VR (virtual reality) hi-fidelity virtual travel experience. Join Tietzel, Virginia Scripps with Los Angeles based Press Kitchen PR, and Cal Poly intern Randi Hair as we explore … Continued

World Bicycle Relief–providing life transformative Buffalo bikes to African villagers

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Correspondent Tom Wilmer visits with Will King, Design Engineer at SRAM’s San Luis Obispo R&D high-tech bicycle component facility. King talks with Tom about SRAM’s involvement with World Bicycle Relief a nonprofit organization mobilizing people through The Power of Bicycles. Money raised helps … Continued

Discovering Hog Heaven—Milwaukee’s Harley-Davidson Museum

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Discovering Hog Heaven at Milwaukee’s Harley-Davidson Museum     Join Jim Fricke, Curatorial Director at the 130,000 square-foot Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin as he shares highlights of the legendary motorcycle’s 117-year history. The first Harley was introduced in 1903. By 1920 … Continued

Chamber music rocks at Garth Newel Music Center in Virginia’s Allegheny Highlands

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  Shawn Puller, Executive Director at Garth Newel Music Center talks about the resident Piano Quartet and the vibrancy of chamber music in America. Garth Newel showcases more than 50 live musical performances annually, and ongoing educational programs.   Click here to … Continued

Shenandoah Valley retreat center offers solace and tranquility

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      Nestled in the hills of Shenandoah Valley, the South River Highlands Country Retreat and Heartstone Lodge & Retreat Center are just four miles from Lexington, Virginia and two hours from Washington D.C. Tranquility and clarity of mind envelops this 250-acre … Continued