Dennis Lennox, The Christian Post

Dennis Lennox

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Recent:
  • The Christian Post
Past:
  • thetimesherald
  • Washington Examiner
  • Townhall.com
  • The Daily Caller
  • about.me
  • The Hill
  • Independent Journal

Recent articles by Dennis:

Postcard from Quebec’s enchanting Eastern Townships

If it wasn’t for the Canadian flag, the cypher of King George VI on the Post Office and the French-named main street (literally Rue Principale), you would be forgiven for thinking Sutton was across the border in Vermont or New Hampshire. → Read More

In Cleveland, the only mistake is not visiting

The days of Cleveland being known as the Mistake by the Lake are long gone. Yes, the city’s fortunes have ebbed and ... → Read More

Visiting Savannah: What to see and do

Leaving Savannah is difficult because visitors become enchanted with Georgia’s oldest city. → Read More

Visiting Savannah: What to see and do

Leaving Savannah is difficult because visitors become enchanted with Georgia’s oldest city. → Read More

48 hours in Arlington: Seeing Washington without visiting Washington

Spending 48 hours on a citycation in Arlington gives one a unique experience. You get Washington without Washington because let’s face it: Two nights is hardly enough time to get to know the nation’s capital, but it’s the perfect amount of time to discover everything this side of the Potomac has to offer. → Read More

48 hours in Arlington: Seeing Washington without visiting Washington

Spending 48 hours on a citycation in Arlington gives one a unique experience. You get Washington without Washington because let’s face it: Two nights is hardly enough time to get to know the nation’s capital, but it’s the perfect amount of time to discover everything this side of the Potomac has to offer. → Read More

American history where it started in Jamestown and Yorktown

Visiting Jamestown and Yorktown one discovers a remarkable historical coincidence. → Read More

American history where it started in Jamestown and Yorktown

Visiting Jamestown and Yorktown one discovers a remarkable historical coincidence. → Read More

Panama City Beach is open, nearly 5 months after Hurricane Michael

While nearby Mexico Beach was practically destroyed by the 155 mph winds of Hurricane Michael in October 2018, Panama City Beach escaped the worst. → Read More

Panama City Beach is open, nearly 5 months after Hurricane Michael

While nearby Mexico Beach was practically destroyed by the 155 mph winds of Hurricane Michael in October 2018, Panama City Beach escaped the worst. → Read More

Churches, museums and lots of history await in Baltimore

Baltimore also has lots of history. It was here where the words to what became the national anthem were composed during the largely forgotten War of 1812. It was also here where the country’s first Roman Catholic cathedral was built. → Read More

Arts and culture rival football in William Faulkner’s home of Oxford

There is more to discover in Oxford than college football, despite the thousands of fans who partake in the game day rites of what amounts to the South’s all-but-established religion. → Read More

Arts and culture rival football in William Faulkner’s home of Oxford

There is more to discover in Oxford than college football, despite the thousands of fans who partake in the game day rites of what amounts to the South’s all-but-established religion. → Read More

Discovering the story of Cincinnati’s Holocaust survivors

I couldn’t imagine what was going through the minds of the Holocaust survivors who processed under the rotunda of Cincinnati’s iconic Union Terminal before taking their seats to watch the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new Holocaust museum. → Read More

Discovering the story of Cincinnati’s Holocaust survivors

I couldn’t imagine what was going through the minds of the Holocaust survivors who processed under the rotunda of Cincinnati’s iconic Union Terminal before taking their seats to watch the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new Holocaust museum. → Read More

This grand hotel showcases the other side of Memphis

Sometimes a hotel is the destination. That was certainly true for my visit to Memphis earlier this month. → Read More

This grand hotel showcases the other side of Memphis

Sometimes a hotel is the destination. That was certainly true for my visit to Memphis earlier this month. → Read More

Where to go in 2019: Three places with history, old churches and rich culture

With another year in the books now is the time to start planning travel for 2019. → Read More

Where to go in 2019: Three places with history, old churches and rich culture

With another year in the books now is the time to start planning travel for 2019. → Read More

Despite yellow vest protests and terrorist attacks, Paris is open for business

Many of my friends and family couldn’t believe I was coming here in the wake of ongoing protests by the yellow vests, or gilets jaunes in French, and the recent terrorist act in Strasbourg. → Read More