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The thrill of NASCAR racing, along with a lively town square and the Iowa’s most famous cheese, bring visitors to Newton, a half-hour east of Des Moines.
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In the shadow of wind turbines, an improbable grass court draws tennis fans from around the country.
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Come winter, it's easy to hibernate with a book by the fire. But locking yourself away just robs you of the season's stark beauty and serious fun. All it takes to get out there is an idea,...
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Here are our 2010 picks for the Midwest's best new restaurants, attractions and hotels.
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As you plan your next vacation, check out the phenomenal places that made our annual list of best new Midwest attractions, restaurants and hotels.
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The crack of a baseball bat and the opening of bulbs mark the official start of spring in Cincinnati.
Ohio's statehouse in Columbus
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You'll love Ohio's metro attractions that rock (literally!) or how you can lull the day away in the sand and surf of the Lake Erie shore.
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This historic city on the Ohio River offers top cultural institutions and a revitalized riverfront.
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Ohio's biggest city boasts plenty of top-tier attractions, but lesser-known neighborhoods truly reveal the town's charm.
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Things to do in Omaha include TD Ameritrade Park, Old Market, Henry Doorly Zoo and CenturyLink Center.

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