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Explore John C. Fremont's expedition through cenral Oregon. Fremont was an American military officer tapped to map and describe the Oregon Trail in the 1840s. Once he completed his journey, Fremont decided to continue his travels south through Central Oregon, Nevada and California. We'll travel to a couple of those locations around Bend with photographer Loren Irving - who used Fremont's map and journal to retrace his journey and learn more about his adventures.
An impressive display of television and movie vehicles took over the Fremont Street Experience Friday afternoon. The 9th annual CarStars Showcase displayed cars from iconic pieces of media such as Back to the Future, Knight Rider, Ghostbusters and Star Wars. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
http://www.jacobslifeinvegas.com Vegas Vacation Travel Guide Here's me on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/JacobslifeinVegas-281682135353468/ Photos of Vegas! https://instagram.com/jacobslifeinvegas/ Here's me on Twitter! https://twitter.com/JacobsVegasLife Here's me on Snapchat! jacobsvegaslife https://www.snapchat.com/add/jacobsvegaslife 5 Reason to plan a vacation at Downtown Fremont Street in Las Vegas 1. Fremont Street is more historic than Las Vegas Blvd. 2. Downtown Vegas has enough things to do without being overwhelmed with activities like on the strip 3. There is something to do for everyone-families, couples, single individuals, etc. 4. The prices for just about everything in downtown Las Vegas are more affordable than on Las Vegas Boulevard. Hotel rooms, table minimums, d...
181 Fremont, an 801-foot mixed-use skyscraper under construction in the South of Market District of San Francisco, California. Meet the team behind the design and construction as they share what it takes to complete such an ambitious project. See how the Level 10 team manage safety on site here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WViWtiWxx8
Fremont Street used to be a hot tourist destination with themed motels in the 1940s and 1950s. Now, most of the motels are run down. Crime and drug problems are constant issues. We interviewed one man who is one of the many colorful characters that walk the streets there.
• An employee at Fremont Middle School died of tuberculosis in mid-July. Officials say she may have exposed more than 100 people to the disease. CCSD has not confirmed the woman’s name or title. The health district says more than 100 people have already been screened. • Faraday Future is moving out of Nevada for now. The company has signed a lease on a manufacturing facility in California. • Anthem is leaving Nevada’s health insurance exchange. Starting in 2018, the state’s rural counties will be left without any options on the exchange. • And paid self-parking starts at the Wynn and Encore resorts this week. The first hour is free; after that prices range between $7 and $15 dollars. People who lose their tickets will be required to pay $30. Read more at reviewjournal.com
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Our tribute to John C. Fremont / Fremont Canyon, Wyoming. Narrated by Paris Delane and featuring Rex Ruth as Major General John Charles Fremont. Historic photographs courtesy of the United States Bureau Of Reclamation. Other images courtesy of Boston Productions, Wes Mostaert, David Castle and Trent Tatum. Original musical score by Paris Delane, Neece Cummings, Joe Thompson, Robert Schindler, and Robert Hand. (15 min. historical / educational)