Cultural Links

Ralph & Cacoo'sLegend BreweryKclinger'sWilliamsburg TavernsDouble Musky InnRichbrauThe Hard ShellAbita BrewerySine Irish PubTobacco CompanyCapital Ale HouseCopeland'sFuddrucker'sPappadeaux

A list of some of our favorite restaurants from around the country

CMORAmerican Numismatic AssociationVirginia AquariumNational AquariumNational D-Day MuseumWhitehouse of the ConfederacyVirginiaAviationMuseumScience Museum of VirginiaRichmond Money Museum

A list of some of our favorite museums and parks around the country

Baton Rouge, LousianaManheim, PennsylvaniaScotia, New YorkWashington DCWilliamsburg, Virginia

Visiting some of our favorite cities

Art Institute

 of Chicago

Home of, quite  possibly, the most fascinating work of art ever seen - George Seurat's A Sunday on La Grand Jatte. Painted in 1884 using a technique that was widely ridiculed until his masterpiece was displayed after his death. Seurat painted in strict form using elemental colors one dot at a time allowing the viewer's eye to combine color and light to form the picture. All of this is amplified by the size and detail of the oil painting.

The Smithsonian Institution

The United States' attic. Divided into several buildings around Washington, DC, and the Northern Virginia area. The newest facility (part of the Air and Space Museum) is scheduled to be open as soon as Virginia can get its act together on traffic control. Founded by James Smithson by a gift to the US government more than 150 years ago. The foundation provides a lot of online resources for research and general information.


The Shark

"When good shows go bad!" At what point did your favorite TV sitcom start going downhill? Did they add a marriage or a new baby? Did they introduce a new main character or move the family cross-country? This site pays a special tribute to TV's lesser moments taken from a historic episode of 'Happy Days' when the Fonz ski-jumps over a penned shark off the California coast. Most loyal viewers agree this was the point that the writers gave up on the show and the ratings started to suffer.

An Internet Sampler

Google: AP News MapLocate Sex OffendorsLocate ATM's by Google Map

 Radio Station List by Zip Code Earthquakes Package Mapper

 World Flag Database Conversion Resource Repair Clinic Downloads Legal Reference 

Gas Buddy Flight View Leo

USA State-by-State Information How Stuff Works Pubcrawler

Monty Python Lyrics Interesting Anagrams Worth 1000 Church Sign Generator

Cyber-Name Generator Area Decoder Bubble Wrap Snopes

Daily Report Drudge Report News Digest Today's Front Pages

The Daily Kitten Tiger Greetings It's Not News, It's Fark Engrish Tiny URL Generator

Your Age in Context National Hurricane Center Our House

Children's Museum of Richmond

In 1977, CMoR made its debut as Richmond Children’s Museum. In 2000, the Children’s Museum of Richmond opened a new 42,000 square foot facility on West Broad Street. The events, displays and activities provide children and families an opportunity to learn and play together.

Culinary Experiences

Zapps Potato ChipsCommunity CoffeeTabascoBickles Potato ChipsLouisiana Fish Fry ProductsVirginia DinerSturgis PretzelsWilbur ChocolateVirginia WineriesHershey Chocolate CompanyChesapeake Bay SeafoodCajun CrawfishGulf Coast SeafoodLouisiana SeafoodLouisiana Gulf Coast SeafoodSmithfield HamsLancaster County Farmers MarketsRoot Market - Manheim

Louisiana Renaissance Festival


Schools of Interest

Catholic High SchoolManheim Central Barons 

LSU Sports WebRandolph Macon CollegeMichigan State UniversityMizzou (Univ of Missouri)

Univ of RichmondUniv of VirginiaVirginia TechVirginia Commonwealth UnivCollege of William & Mary


Internet Movie Database

 Internet Broadway Database

The Internet Book


The Richmond Arts Council sponsored the "Go Fish" outdoor arts display around the City from May to September, 2001. The James River's own Rockfish inspired the theme that saw area artists sponsored by local businesses. The objective was to develop a unique outdoor sculpture using a base-mounted Rockfish as the inspiration. From the Bottom to the fan, the fish were quite a sight. For Better of For WorseRose is RoseFoxtrotClose to HomeDilbertHerman

Baby BluesFamily CircusFunky WinkerbeanStar WarsDarwin AwardsCOPS

Marshmallow Peeps

A cultural icon, a true part of every kid's Easter celebrations. Here you can learn all about the peeps and their related products. Peeps have inspired artists and culinary experts to create edible treasures based on the sugar-coated marshmallow treat. Peeps come in dozens of shapes and colors for every holiday.  Try some of the fun recipes or order peeps year-round.