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It’s an impressive disappearing act. Each year, 200-some artists descend on a town to paint for four days. When they leave, the only clue they were ever there is a...

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Every state has roadside attractions—fanciful, often artsy, and definitely unusual items or places that catch your eye as you're driving by. Here in America's...

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In any of the Midwest’s most populous states, you’re probably within a weekend drive of a luxury hotel and spa. But residents of the upper Midwest—specifically the...

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There are thousands of Midwest attractions worth seeing, but when you only get one lifetime to see it all, you’ve gotta be a little choosy. This list of nearly 100 things to do features our top tips...
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New packages at two of the region’s top golf resorts grant priority access to storied courses (including one hosting this year’s PGA Championship) and VIP perks, like a caddy wearing a bib with your...
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A visit to Milwaukee reveals a city infused with—and enamored by—art. Take a summer tour of its creative soul, expressed through paintings, pirouettes and rock-star performances.
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At the edge of the largest of the Great Lakes, the small harbor town of Bayfield, Wisconsin, forms a gateway to music, art and the Northern wilderness of the Apostle Islands.
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Madison—the capital of Wisconsin and the home of the University of Wisconsin Badgers—is often billed as an active, athletic town. But it's also a great place to...

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For many people, Green Bay = the Packers. Yes, the fabled citizen-owned football team is a huge part of the community’s identity. But the city of 100,000 that hugs...

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The lush rolling hills southwest of Madison originally attracted dairy farmers and craftspeople like brewers and cheese makers. Recently joined by an infusion of artists and chefs, they all make this...

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