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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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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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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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Go Explore: Central Florida

By Kristy Tolley There are almost limitless diversions awaiting vacationers to the Sunshine State. Polk County’s Winter Haven and Lakeland areas in Central Florida are certainly no exception. From water fun and outdoor activities to historic stops and museums, there’s lots to explore during your next visit. Outdoor Adventures At Safari Wilderness Ranch, you’ll get […]

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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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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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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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