Tag Archives: 10 British Things About U.S. Cities

10 British Things About Louisville, KY

Each week we are pleasantly surprised with what we’re able to find when looking into 10 British Things in U.S. Cities.

10 British Things About Boise, Idaho

Each week we explore a U.S. city and investigate the British goings-on, which may be in the form of art, food, sports, music, social clubs, events or organizations.

10 British Things About Orlando, FL

Orlando, Florida has been deemed one of the 10 Most British cities in the U.S. according to … well, us.

10 British Things About Raleigh, NC

Raleigh, the capital of North Carolina, is named after Englishman Sir Walter Raleigh. Check out what’s going on with 10 British things in Raleigh below:

10 British Things About Memphis, TN

Memphis, TN has personal ties to royalty … the King of Rock n’ Roll that is. While Elvis Presley has “left the building,” his former stately home, Graceland, is open to the public.

10 British Things About Milwaukee, WI

We know Milwaukeeans are serious about the Green Bay Packers and their cheese, but what else is going on in this Midwestern city?

10 British Things About Austin, TX

Musicians and filmmakers make their annual pilgrimage to Austin’s internationally renowned SXSW festival to check out the talent … or, be checked out, depending on the agenda.

10 British Things About Pittsburgh, PA

Named after 18th Century U.K. Prime Minister William Pitt, 1766-1778, Pittsburgh, PA has more to offer than steel and bridges. Check out British events and organizations in Pittsburgh:

10 British Things About Tampa, FL

We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again … Brits love the sun.

10 British Things About Portland, OR

While the IFC series Portlandia might blow the life and culture in Portland, OR a tad out of proportion, there is the saying, “There’s always a little truth to a joke.” Portland embraces its uniqueness; proudly ...