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The Space Needle, built in 1961 in Seattle, Washington is the first revolving restaurant.

The largest city in area in the United States is Juneau, Alaska. It covers 3,248 square miles, yet the city population is fewer than 30,000.
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Arizona Scottish Gathering and Highland Games
Mesa, AZ

A celebration of all things Scottish at this event, which features piping and drumming competitions, highland dancing, the caber toss, hammer throw, and Braemar stone put. Search for your family ancestry, or learn about various clans and their histories.

Phoenix Cactus Comicon
Mesa, AZ

The Phoenix Cactus Comicon focuses attention on all things sci-fi and fantasy. Comics are certainly at the forefront here, but the event also includes a film festival, martial arts demonstrations, a 6700 square foot video gaming center, a costume contest and masquerade party, an art auction, and more, with about 100 exhibitors.

Sculptures in the Streets
Mesa, AZ

In November, 70+ sculptures are added, ranging from stark social commentaries to whimsical depictions of fairytales to the downtown area. Artists are carefully chosen, and come from all over the country. In April, several works are chosen for the city's permanent collection, which is displayed year round, mostly along Main Street.

November 27, 2022

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