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1. Sports in Minnesota
Minnesota has a long, proud sports history. With professional teams in all major sports and a rich Olympic hockey history, the love of sports in this state is strong. Here are just a few of the notable teams that call Minnesota home.
2. Jackson MI Summer Festivals
Planning a summer visit to Jackson, MI? Be sure to check out these family friendly festivals. They are low cost or no cost, and sure to build family memories for years to come.
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5. Ohio Presidents
In the 236 years that the United States of America has been an independent nation, 44 men have served as President. Of those 44 men, 8 came from Ohio. Because of that, the Buckeye State has earned the nickname The Mother of Presidents. Here is a brief bio of each of these 8 presidents.
6. Some Famous Minnesotans
Minnesota is the birthplace of many stars in the American entertainment industry. Here are brief bios of just a few of them.
7. Metropolis Illinois – Hometown of Superman
Metropolis Illinois is the official hometown of Superman. They have everything a fan could ask for, from a museum dedicated to the "Man of Steel" to a yearly festival dedicated to their hometown hero.
8. Jem DVD Released March 30th
After a very long wait fans of Jem and the Holograms can rejoice. The first season of Jem is coming to DVD on March 30th, released by Rhino.
9. Laura Branigan Singer of Song Gloria Dead at 47
Laura Branigan who is best known for her early 80´s pop song "Gloria" has died.
10. 20 Years after Rock Hudson's Death McMillan & Wife on DVD
This October marks the twentieth anniversary of Rock Hudson´s untimely death at the age of 60. The 70's series he starred in McMillan and Wife Season 1 is available on DVD.
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