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Wondering what it’s like to be a student at Boston University? Take one of our virtual tours to learn about the lives of some of our students and their varying backgrounds, interests and majors. Freshmen can learn more about what to expect during their first year at BU including time management, how college differs from […] Read more


Boston is the cradle of American liberty. From its historic Common to the Old North Church, which signaled the beginning of the Revolutionary War, Boston reflects a heritage that is part of every American. Tour Boston to see Faneuil Hall, the Old State House, the South Meeting House, and the Old North Church. Then cross […] Read more

Boxer Breed

Boxers are descendants of extinct bullenbaiser breeds crossed with mastiff, bulldog , possibly Great Dane – and even a terrier. They were developed in Germany in the 19th century, initially as bull baiting dogs and later as butcher’s helpers, controlling cattle in slaughterhouses. / Some breed historians say boxers are named from the German word […] Read more


Contrary to popular opinion, frogs aren’t just selective eaters feasting only on flies. Take the bullfrog for example, they’ll eat spiders, scorpions, rodents, snakes, fish and just about anything else that passes in front of them […] Read more

Bureau Of Engraving & Printing

If you’ve ever looked closely at one of the bills in your wallet, you will have noticed that each bill has green Treasury Seals and serial numbers, as well as black Federal Reserve Seals and District numbers. The presses at your left are overprinting this important information, in sequential order, on each bill while it […] Read more

Businessmen Heroes

50 years ago, businessmen were folk heroes. You and I may think the first Henry Ford was an eccentric with a distinctly comic side — but our grandfathers didn’t. At the turn of the century, a certain class of business figure enjoyed a degree of public admiration that Americans of that period offered to very […] Read more


Dry thorn forest consists primarily of cacti. Among these is Opuntia moniliformis, known locally as alpargata, which may reach a height of twelve feet. Neoabottia paniculata, which may grow thirty feet high, is a tree cactus with a smooth trunk and spiny branches at the top, while Pilocereus polygonus is a shorter, many-branched tree cactus. […] Read more

Canary Island Settlers to Texas – 1731

Canary Island Families – On March 9, 1731, fifty-five Canary Islanders arrived at Béxar, becoming the first municipality in the Spanish province of Texas. During the settlement of Texas in the early 1700’s, the Spanish government recognized the need to both Christianize and civilize the Indians of Texas. They also realized they would need to […] Read more

Cancer Battle

My wife, Elizabeth, always thought Dr. Kent took excellent care of her. I remember the day she received a call from him telling her that the results from the Pap smear performed during her first prenatal visit came back equivocal–basically unclear. Since Elizabeth had no family history of cancer, and because she knew she was […] Read more


Rulers of the ancient Mayan civilizations came here to see the beauty of this land … a place where the turquoise Caribbean Sea caresses the beautiful sandy beaches. They came to partake a view reserved then only for royalty. Today, more than 1,500 years later, this same spot is one of the most popular vacation […] Read more