Wednesday, June 20, 2018

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Africa Photo Safari SAVE BIG - Limited Time Offer!


Tanzania Discovery Photo Safari - Special offer


For a very limited time
Thanks to my friend and colleague Patrick Di Fruscia's initiative Give Back to Nature, Discovery Photo Tours is now able to offer an awesome $1,000 discount on our Tanzania VIP Photo Safari.
We are looking to fill one last safari vehicle with four guests who love, travel, photography, wildlife, preserving our forests, and saving money!
Give Back to Nature's mission is to plant one million trees and I'm a firm believer in this project and its goals. Check out the mission statement on their website to see how they are working to help the environment.
Discovery Photo Tours is proud to partner with Patrick in his efforts to plant as many trees as possible and for every spot sold on this African Adventure, we will plant 1ooo trees. Now you can check off an African Safari off of your bucket list and do something to help save our precious forests, all at the same time.
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Adults-Only Sleepover in Celebration of Transformed Stanley Field Hall @ The Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois


Why should kids get all the fun? On Saturday July 7th, the Field Museum will host its first ever adults-only sleepover adventure. With the largest dinosaur ever discovered, fun activities, and exhibitions open late, any adult fan of the Field Museum is sure to feel like a kid again. Switch out your clothes for pajamas the night of July 7th for some youthful fun without the kids.
Adults will spend time in a new and improved Stanley Field Hall, refreshed with a 122-foot-long titanosaur, a flock of pterosaurs, and four state-of-the-art hanging gardens. The best part? Those who sleep over will have access to a nearly-empty museum. Explore the museum after hours and see SUE in their new home at the Evolving Planet Exhibition.
Enjoy activities throughout the night including talks with Field Museum scientists, hands-on science opportunities, board games, and bocce ball. After a midnight snack, spread out your sleeping bag and curl up next to the displays in the Field’s legendary animal halls. And the fun doesn’t stop there. The next morning, experience birdwatching and tai chi.
This one-of-a-kind evening allows adults to have an intimate experience of discovery at their own pace in the Field Museum. Bring a sleeping bag and prepare to dream of dinos on July 7th. Tickets are $80 and include dinner, breakfast, a midnight snack. The Titanosaur Sleepover is a 21+ event.

Top Ten Real Estate News >> Muhammad Ali's Michigan Farm with Boxing Ring!

Muhammad Ali's longtime Michigan farm with boxing ring and much more is for sale and featured this week at

In 1975, almost ten years before Muhammad Ali was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, he bought an 81-acre property in Berrien Springs, Michigan, insulated from city noise and crowds by the St. James River which surrounds the lush green fields. It was where he spent his summers and a portion of his retirement years until his Parkinson’s became more advanced. According to boxing experts, Ali was on the wrong end of over 200,000 punches during his career, contributing to the Parkinson’s. In 2006, he and his wife Lonnie, moved to Arizona. He succumbed to the disease in 2016 and his widow is now selling the St. James River property.
Born as Cassius Clay, he grew up in Louisville, Kentucky during the 1950’s Jim Crow era where African Americans had few opportunities. The family was not destitute, but fairly middle class within Louisville’s black community. A twist of fate came when he was 12-years-old that changed his life forever when he hurriedly parked his bike and ran inside a building for protection from a rainstorm. When he came out, his bike had been stolen. He found a policeman to tell and said he wanted to fight the thief. The policeman asked him if he knew how to fight, and Cassius realized he didn’t. The policeman said, “Come with me.” He introduced Cassius to a police-sponsored youth boxing club where he was amazed to see blacks and whites fighting each other as though color segregation didn’t matter. That’s when he saw his future which led to Olympic Gold and one of the all-time boxing champions. Ali was known for being verbose as much as his boxing skill, but his charm was what won people over. He loved attention and loved people and found boxing to fill all his needs. He did what he loved and became one of the most important athletes of the 20th century.
Muhammad Ali's farm in southwestern Michigan, near Indiana, was the place where he and his family could relax away from the fame. The path of the river, enclosing three sides of the property, ensured privacy from neighbors and onlookers as did the gated entry. By 1975, Ali could afford to design it exactly the way he wanted and he added buildings customized to his needs which also have universal appeal. Structures on the property include the main house, carriage house, pool, gym, garages, barns and office epicenter. The elaborate gym has the boxing ring in the center, exercise equipment, a steam room, baths, massage room, laundry and spa. A few steps outside the gym’s French doors is a full-size basketball court. Next door to the gym is the office epicenter with his private office, conference area, private bath, mail room, vault, kitchen, loading dock and several other offices and a basement. There are two separate climate-controlled garages, each accommodating over five cars, RVs and space for equipment. The two houses, main house and carriage house for guests, are on either side of the pool terrace, which includes a fully-equipped outdoor kitchen, bath house, sound system and pergola. The main house has four bedrooms, living and family rooms and kitchen with large pantry and a three-car, climate-controlled garage. The carriage guest house also has a sun room and deck overlooking the pond and fountain by the river. Grounds are lushly landscaped with fire pit and a waterfall rock garden.
Muhammad Ali’s pastoral Michigan home with every amenity to make a world champion boxer happy in his time off, is now for sale at a very specific price. The last two numbers represent Ali’s 37 career knockouts - $2,895,037. The listing agent is Tim Mitchell of Cressy & Everett Real Estate, Dowagiac, Michigan.
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Chop House Chicago >> Happy Hour Launch Party w Free Food & $1 Drinks This Thursday! (Chicago, IL.)