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Travel Guide: 24 Hours in Memphis

Memphis, Tennessee, is a city of music history—and perhaps, more importantly, lots of great barbecue! It’s an easy day trip too if you’re in the Nashville area to explore and take in. As a hustling hub of excitement and fun, my girlfriend and I headed down for a dose of their southern hospitality. To help […]

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Travel Guide: 24 Hours in Boston

Boston, Massachusetts, is a dream getaway for a Memorial Day weekend—coastline, history, and lots of great touristy things to do. If you can only squeeze in a quick trip, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. To help you kick start your summer vacation planning, I share some ideas on the can’t-miss sights […]

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Commemorating Indy 500: A Tour of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum

Nothing kicks off summer quite like the roar of engines running at the world’s most beloved race track in the state of Indiana. In what might seem like kismet, Indiana’s bicentennial is being celebrated the same year as the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 this weekend. First starting in 1906 in an enclave suburb of Indianapolis, […]

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Sleepless in Indianapolis: Museums In and Around Circle City

Last week, our very own Hoosier at heart explored the famed Circle City in the first of her two-part series, “Sleepless in Indianapolis”, taking readers on a thorough walk through the city. In the conclusion, she reviews four different museums she had the opportunity to travel to in Indy and sums up a memorable summer […]

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Just Like Bedford Falls: The Jimmy Stewart Museum

There are a lot of museums on this planet and I have always been a big fan of them since I was a kid. Growing up I was in love with the dinosaur exhibits and still am because there’s something so honestly amazing about a dinosaur; especially the dinosaurs with huge bodies and those tiny […]

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