6 Great Places in the Carolinas for a Magnificent Martini

National Martini Day is June 16, so we thought we’d share some of our favorite spots in the Carolinas to celebrate. Remember, no matter where you enjoy a cocktail, always make sure to designate a driver if you plan to drink! North Carolina Bittersweet, Raleigh At Bittersweet you can have your cake and drink it, […]

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3 Reasons to Love Charlotte SHOUT!

Coming in under the wire on the last day of Charlotte SHOUT!, my family and I spent a Saturday exploring a few of the festival’s events. As a result, I will definitely file this one under “One day is not enough!” Charlotte SHOUT! is produced by Charlotte Center City Partners (and in partnership with Blumenthal […]

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5 Tasty Southern Alcohol Based Desserts and Drinks

Check out these alcohol related food and drink purveyors that have something for everyone! By Allison Futterman Creative use of alcohol is at the heart of these southern-based businesses. Whether it’s in a cupcake or a bottle, these companies offer tasty and original products. Located in Mt. Sterling Kentucky, Ruth Hunt Candies has been in […]

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5 Reasons for a Highlands, N.C., Getaway

Editor’s Escape Situated in the mountains of western North Carolina and in the Nantahala National Forest, Highlands is an ideal respite from a harried schedule. I experienced Highlands, North Carolina, a couple of winters ago when my husband surprised me with a weekend getaway for our anniversary. Our visit coincided with a fantastic snowstorm, which […]

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Brown Mountain Lights: A North Carolina Mystery

A North Carolina Mystery Have you ever heard of a western North Carolina phenomenon known as the Brown Mountain Lights? These “ghost lights,” as they’re often called, are visible from several different overlooks of Brown Mountain near the town of Morganton, North Carolina, and they’ve baffled those lucky enough to witness them for hundreds of […]

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Category: Go Magazine, US

Behind the Scenes of Disneyland’s Star Wars Themed “Galaxy’s Edge”

Chris Beatty is talking at light speed. Wearing a hard hat, a reflective vest, and jeans, the Walt Disney Imagineer is leading a tour of the 14-acre construction site at Galaxy’s Edge, the hotly anticipated Star Wars–themed land set to open at Disneyland on May 31. All around him — but hidden from parkgoers on […]

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High Points

By Jen Tota McGivney Choose your own mountain adventure in the Carolinas. The Carolinas offer an abundance of mountain getaways, but with the choices comes a tough decision: Which mountain getaway is best? It depends. Do you want to stay in a rustic campsite or a lakeside villa? Do you want to hike to waterfalls, […]

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Category: Europe, Go Magazine, World

Liechtenstein’s Mountain Majesty

By Amy Eckert Rugged lavender-gray peaks soar overhead, often crowned with snow. Wildflower-strewn meadows carpet the hills above crystal-clear mountain lakes and medieval castles perch dramatically above the Rhine Valley. At just over 60 square miles — territory some five percent the size of Rhode Island — and sandwiched between Switzerland and Austria, Liechtenstein ranks […]

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