Category: Editors escape

Editor’s Escape: Fend for yourself. You’ll be glad you did!

I thought it was just going to be a simple hike in the Pisgah National Forest. But when my guide began picking random plants and berries and eating them, I was instantly intrigued.  “Food in the wild is the primo of the primo,” explained Curt Teague, our guide for the day. “It grows here on […]

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Category: US

Wonders Never Cease

Last year marked the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. With nearly 85 million acres of national parks stretched from coast to coast, there are diverse stunning backdrops for a memorable and awe-inspiring vacation.  Soak in the treasure trove of unspoiled vistas, fascinating animals, and iconic landscapes by train or boat or hoof it […]

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Category: Go Magazine

Maui: One Island, Two Ways

I only had one challenge to overcome when visiting Maui: choosing between an activity-filled vacation at a large resort and a relaxing stay at a pampering boutique property. MOVE As one of the larger resorts on Maui, the The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas offers enough action to keep even the busiest guests happily occupied. […]

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Category: Coastal

Beloved Boardwalks on the Carolina Coast

The hub of beachfront activity in the Victorian age, boardwalks almost disappeared from the American landscape when people moved to the suburbs during the ‘50s and ‘60s.  Thankfully, they’re back. Though the styles have changed from the early days, boardwalks still add a sense of community and excitement to coastal towns. Check out these memorable […]

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Category: Coastal

By The Sea

Whether dreaming of living in a quaint, historic, coastal town or just ready for a friendly stay waterside, these six small Carolina gems beckon. Manteo See A waterfront landmark is the Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse, an exterior reconstruction of the structure that stood at the entrance to Croatan Sound near Wanchese. Venture along the streets to […]

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Category: US

New Yorktown Museum Brings the Revolution to Life

  History buff or not, a visit to the new 80,000-square-foot American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, Va., will inspire anyone who wants to know how the United States got its start. Previously named the Yorktown Victory Center that primarily laid out the story from the Patriots’ point of view, the site and its all-new museum […]

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Category: Carolinas

Perfect Picnics

Tuck into Great Food and Views at These Picturesque Al Fresco Settings Come spring the best table in the house is outdoors. Here in the Carolinas, picnicking possibilities this time of year are bountiful — white sand beaches, spectacular mountaintops, and ethereal gardens bursting in bloom. Here are four ideal places where you can indulge […]

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Category: Travel safety

Teen Driving: Your Kids Are Ready, Are You?

Your teen learned about driving before you even began thinking about learner’s permits, driving classes and teenage driving tips. Children are back seat learners, watching their parents’ driving behavior and noting how they interact with other drivers, obey traffic laws and avoid distractions. When the time comes to pick a driving school, look beyond your […]

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