Mint Museum Randolph: Behind the Exhibition

By Vanessa Infanzon Tony DiTerlizzi drew monsters and dragons as a kid. He still does. DiTerlizzi, 49, is a New York Times-bestselling author and illustrator. He’s known for his children’s books, Spiderwick Chronicles, Kenny & The Dragon and Wondla Trilogy. But it was designing for Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering that launched his […]

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Our Perfect Day at CocoCay

By Cortney Fries Royal Caribbean International recently unveiled the $250 million transformation of their private island in the Bahamas, Perfect Day at CocoCay, and my 7-year-old daughter, Fiona, and I were there to soak it all in. It was her first cruise and an incredibly memorable mother-daughter weekend. She ran between water slides, the obstacle […]

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Wilmington Bounces Back!

By Carol Timblin After sending most of the staff home on Sept. 13, 2018, Baggett family members remained at the Blockade Runner Beach Resort waiting for Hurricane Florence to pass over Wrightsville Beach. Labeled a Category 4 storm, Florence was expected to deliver high winds and water to the area, but not the ensuing flood […]

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Celebrity Summit’s New Revolution

By Kimberly Button The Celebrity Revolution is changing the cruising experience onboard Celebrity Cruises. If you haven’t sailed with Celebrity recently, you will likely be surprised at the cruise line’s ongoing extensive modernization effort. More than $500 million of state-of-the-art upgrades are being added across the Celebrity Cruise line fleet for guests’ enjoyment, including Xcelerate […]

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California Wine Country Getaway

Editor’s Escape I love wine. Although I strive to learn more about wine traits, styles and etiquette, I’m certainly no expert. A few years ago, friends of mine and I began a quarterly wine club. We thought it was a great way to increase our wine knowledge and have fun at the same time. After […]

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Our Caribbean Link

By Kristy Tolley The historic thread that binds Charleston and Barbados The pastel-hued historic homes of Rainbow Row, cobbled streets and the crape myrtle trees that line them — they’re quintessential Charleston, South Carolina. Whether you’ve visited the Holy City once or a hundred times, you may not realize the Caribbean link to these charming […]

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AAA Member Appreciation Weekends at Carowinds

As a thank you for being a AAA Member, Carowinds is offering AAA Member Appreciation Weekends in July and August! Members can enjoy a special ticket price of only $38 on July 13, 14, 20 or 21, 2019. You’ll also receive early entry into the park to ride the newest attraction Copperhead Strike, the Carolinas’ […]

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Category: Go Magazine, US

Go Explore: Atlanta’s Inman Park and Ponce City Market

By Stephanie Burt Atlanta, like many big cities, is a city of neighborhoods, so getting off the highways and on foot is a great way to connect to the people and the pulse of the city beyond its big buildings. The Beltline fits that bill, a 22-mile pedestrian loop of multi-use trails, modern streetcar and […]

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