This week, we’re marking the 100th anniversary of the
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. These photos of Julio Zamora Hernandez are, arguably, each worth a hundred years.
While reflecting on my travels celebrating the iconic
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Select Chick-fil-A restaurants are paying homage to the 100-year-old
Have you ever waited until January 6th to start your New Year's resolutions?“ "Holy smokes, how is it already the New Year? I didn't even think about what I'm committing to. I guess my weekly thank-you notes and my diet can start in a couple days. On January 6th.” I’ve done it. I bet you have, too. Because every year, we do the same thing. We waltz our way through holiday parties, travel plans and family functions right into January. Then January 1st hits and we're slammed with the New
"The Office of the Presidency — the most powerful position in the world — brings with it many awesome and solemn responsibilities,” said President Obama on a chilly November 2013 day in the Rose Garden. “This is not one of them." Nearby, a 38-pound turkey named "Popcorn" stood on a podium, white feathers ruffling in the wind. Popcorn, along with his understudy, "Caramel," were beneficiaries of the annual Presidential Turkey Pardon, sparing them from meeting the
From the passionate fans to the hilarious signs to celebrity guests to wacky headgear, ESPN’s College GameDay has become the ultimate destination for college football devotees from coast-to-coast. Coke Zero plays a major role on GameDay with its Section Zero – the most coveted seats for the ultimate fans. Section Zero gives 50 fans at the day’s campus premium seating and a chance to get up close and personal with some of the hosts who make college football’s most popular pregame show such a special
That Thanksgiving is a meat-centric holiday is hardly disputed. The settlers who kicked off the tradition, celebrating the end of what had been a distressing dearth of food, did so with boatloads of animal-derived protein. That set the scene for 400 years of meat-based tradition. But with 7.3 million Americans following a vegetarian diet, a new tradition has appeared: tossing the occasional barb at a family member with an opposing dietary preference. It works both ways, too. New vegetarians
Coca-Cola Journey team members share their favorite stories.