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No, I haven’t been drinking . . . lately. I’ve recorded three audio tours in conjunction with Voicemap.me. Voicemap combines GPS technology with the audio tour so when you come within 30 feet of the site the audio begins playing … Continue reading
Stephen Spielberg’s “Lincoln” appears Friday and it looks like a blockbuster. After all, who doesn’t love the story of the 16th and maybe the greatest president (over George Washington.) But we all how Lincoln’s story ends, and that’s my tour … Continue reading
OK, you’ve eaten plenty and shopped til you dropped. Now it’s time for some exercise, entertainment and education. My final Booth-Lincoln assassination tour until spring is Saturday from 12-1:30 p.m. There’s always room and it’s free (though tips are appreciated.) … Continue reading
Ben Franklin, sewer gas and someone running late – it’s the unexpected that make tours memorable. About 20 people came on my free John Wilkes Booth-Abe Lincoln assassination tour on Saturday. I prefer smaller groups so that number is fine. … Continue reading