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Baseball and Beyond with Daniel Norris

Daniel Norris isn't your average Major League Baseball (MLB) player. You won't find the 25 year old driving a fancy car to the Detroit Tigers’ stadium or wearing the latest designer clothes. In fact,...

7 Trails for the Beginning Thru-Hiker

Anyone who’s ever read “A Walk in the Woods” or “Wild” has had one of two reactions. Many become enthralled by the magic of long-distance footpaths — the natural beauty of the Appalachian Trail...

From the Dunes to the Bells

As the Rockies descend from Canada, their summits rise across vastly different regions of the American West. Colorado holds some of their most splendid peaks and valleys, as well as one of the range’s...

What is Women’s Equality Day and Why Does it Matter?

It was a textbook Tennessee evening in mid-August, until it wasn’t. The night was steamy and the air was thick (not atypical for that time of year), but on this day in particular, the...

Painting Public Murals Across America with Dripped on the Road

Founded in 2008, Dripped on the Road takes six artists on the road to paint public murals across America. Hoping to learn more about the program we caught up with ‘art-trepreneur’ Jonathan Neville, who...

Accepting the Unexpected

The word “travel” often evokes idyllic images of open roads, breathtaking landscapes, and distant, bustling cities. Travelers and creatives on Instagram make their journeys through these far-flung places seem effortless. However, what we don’t...
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Searching for the Heart of New Orleans

The antediluvian streetcar lurches down St. Charles Avenue, shuddering to stops along the way. You imagine little has changed since 1835, when this transit line, the oldest continually operated streetcar line in the world,...
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5 Scenic Interstate Highways Through the Appalachians

The Dwight D. Eisenhower Interstate Highway System was created by the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956, with then-President Eisenhower acting as a vocal proponent of the nationwide highway system. Since its inception, the Interstate...
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A Foodie’s Guide to New Orleans

Nola, the Big Easy, “laissez les bons temps rouler” — when one hears these terms, only one city comes to mind: New Orleans. For a city of its size, New Orleans sure offers its residents...

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