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Travel Guide: Southern California

Southern California is a big vacation destination for a lot of people. With beautiful weather, miles and miles of beaches, and major attractions (like Disneyland) there is no shortage of fun things to do. Sometimes, though, the real gems of a vacation adventure are the less-known experiences. Here are eight, off-the-beaten-path places to check out […]

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Bakery Guide: Indianapolis, Indiana

Great bakeries with an extensive assortment of sweets and savories are essential to any neighborhood. And in Indianapolis, the city is blessed with a plethora of options for Hoosiers looking to satiate their sweet tooth. From local mom-and-pop shops to citywide chains, it all comes down to style and preference. Whether it’s French patisseries you […]

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Gastronomy in Gastown: A Lunch Guide for Vancouver’s Hippest Neighborhood

When at noon the grand clock chimes, it’s lunchtime! Along the picturesque scene of cobblestoned sidewalks, Victorian-style architecture, old-timey streetlights, and of course, the famed steam clock, the historical district of Vancouver’s Gastown offers many dining options to complement your afternoon of strolling, sightseeing, and shopping. From classic comfort food to the more adventurous choices, […]

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Barbecue Guide: Kansas City

Kansas City is known for a lot of things: the plucky Kansas City Royals baseball team, jazz, the World War II Museum and Memorial, and the confusing fact that Kansas City is in both Missouri and Kansas. Those things are all fun things to be known for, but Kansas City is also known for its delicious barbecue. […]

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Diner Guide: Indianapolis, Indiana

If you’ve ever been inside an authentic diner, you immediately feel it take you back to a certain place of comfort and nostalgia. Synonymous with apple pie and old-fashioned milk shakes, diners are a real American tradition with a classic vintage touch. Similar to the long open road, today there are thousands of longstanding establishments carrying forth the […]

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Coffee Guide: Kansas City

When people think about Kansas City food they most commonly think about steak and barbecue. While the greater Kansas City area does do both and do them well, its surrounding suburbs have a thriving coffee culture with popular caffeine crawls and custom roasters. Kansas City is even home to Pete Licata, 2013 World Barista Champion. Getting a […]

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Café Guide: South Bend, Indiana

With Notre Dame’s Fighting Irish heating up the college football scene this season, many are flocking to South Bend, Indiana to catch one of the team’s historical games in all its glory. As visitors head to the city rich with history and a firm foodie milieu, South Bend’s cool café atmosphere is often overlooked. Whether you’re looking […]

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Paradise Still Exists in Cannon Beach, Oregon

My favorite vacation spot growing up was always Cannon Beach, Oregon. To me, the little town on the Oregon coast was paradise, and I cherished the time I was able to spend there with family and friends. My family went practically every other year when I was growing up, but as I got older and […]

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Life is an Open Road: Essential Tips for Road Trippers

Road trips are as American as apple pie! Traveling by car has long been an institution and has remained a classic pastime for many adventurists. Before you climb behind the wheel of your car this season and drive off into the sunset, here are some useful tips for preparing ahead.

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Southern Gems: A Time to Relax in Georgia

Everyone seems to have their own preconceived notions about the South. Whether they’ve visited or done their “research” on television, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t “know” something about life down here.

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Sleepless in Indianapolis: A Walk Through Circle City

Road trip enthusiast and Hoosier at heart, Tania Hussain traveled south to Indianapolis this past summer and takes readers on a tour through her experiences in the famed Circle City, in the first part of her two-part series exclusive to The Hudsucker.

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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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