Beer, Wine, Shine Trail Returns to Roots

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE (October 8, 2019) Once again, the Beer, Wine, and Shine Trail in Johnston County expands to include two new tourism partners, and the new brochure design goes back to the root campaign developed by the Johnston County Visitors Bureau (JCVB) in 2013. What began with four wineries on a driving tour, has become […]

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Come and Get It!

By Vanessa Infanzon Four of our favorite comfort foods and where to find them in the Carolinas Cooler weather begs for foods that warm our souls and fill our bellies. Comfort foods remind us of family dinners and reunions, and Sunday suppers at grandma’s house. Tradition and locale dictate the comfort food of choice — […]

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6 Picks for Fall Fun

From musical celebrations to cultural events, these autumn festivals make ideal weekend road trips.     Mountaineer Folk Festival  (Spencer, Tennessee) Sept. 6-8, 2019 —- Held each year in Fall Creek Falls State Park, this festival showcases the cultural history of the Cumberland Plateau. You’ll find handmade crafts, traditional mountain music and demonstrations of pioneer […]

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Natural Wonders

By Virginia Brown Stone mountain park, Georgia’s most-visited attraction, blends natural with manmade thrills A Georgia Lure Stone Mountain is an unlikely gray giant, rising above the leafy Georgia terrain. Like a bald beast, asleep late into a peaceful June morning, the isolated dome is an impressive, if incongruous, accessory to the lush landscape on […]

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Member Spotlight: Dana Magliola

Although born and raised in the coastal city of Charleston, S.C., Dana Magliola’s passion for sailing didn’t emerge until college. Between semesters at the University of Virginia, he would return home to crew larger keelboats in regattas. When Magliola and his wife eventually moved to Raleigh, N.C., his love for sailing was rekindled, and he […]

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Splurge or Save

Five warm winter getaways for every budget Maui, Hawaii From orchid-scented breezes to fresh ahi poke and the sound of hula dancing, Maui is a feast for the senses. Snorkel the colorful reefs, swim with turtles, drive the breathtaking highway to Hana or watch the sunrise light up Haleakala volcano. Then hit Lahaina Town at […]

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Exploring Portugal

By Cheryl Spainhour May in Portugal entices travelers with its pleasant weather and uncrowded beaches, castles, museums and outdoor feasting on fresh seafood. Over 10 days, we drove a thousand miles in a rented Fiat 500, exploring Portugal’s cities, countryside and coastline. But you don’t need to wait until May to visit this captivating country. […]

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Family Fun in Sevierville, Tennessee

Editor’s Escape By Kristy Tolley This summer, my daughter’s national dance competition took place in Sevierville, Tennessee. We’d visited the area before, but didn’t get to explore as much as we would have liked. This time, we decided to roll into town a couple of days early to do just that!     STAY Hidden […]

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