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New York City — There are few more thrilling cities to visit than New York, with its dynamic, inimitable mix of world cultures, towering skyscrapers, and vibrant, ever-changing neighborhoods. Pulsating with an almost tangible energy, it’s little wonder that visitors from around the globe arrive in droves to take a bite out of the invigorating and often overwhelming Big Apple. Of course, underneath the kinetic frenzy, there is still a solid, grounding base to it all – the classic New York, New York depicted in black-and-white movies of yore.

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Nation's Best: 8 State Fairs that Deserve a Blue Ribbon

August 28, 2014 by Teresa Bitler

It’s fair time! As we mourn the end of summer, the nation's great state fairs give us something to look forward to in the fall. And we suggest getting out your ... Read More »

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7 Best Spots for Beginners to Learn Stand-Up Paddling

August 26, 2014 by Jill K. Robinson

The fastest-growing water sport in the world, stand-up paddling (also known as SUP) is an easy sport to learn, despite looking like you need to be a master of ... Read More »

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How to: Find Pop-Up Restaurants on Vacation

August 22, 2014 by Teresa Bitler

Exclusive and sometimes quirky, pop-up restaurants offer a festive alternative to the traditional, reservations-needed dining experience we’re accustomed to ... Read More »

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The Adirondacks 3 Ways: For Foodies, Culture Buffs, and Adventurers

August 20, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

As the largest state-run nature reserve in the continental United States, Adirondack Park offers plenty of opportunity for outdoor activities, from hiking and ... Read More »

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What You Need to Do in NYC Before Summer Ends

August 13, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

We're into our last few weeks of summer, but before you start dusting off your coats and settling in for the winter, let's wrap up the season in style with one ... Read More »

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