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The holidays have a way of sneaking into Chicago, slowly but surely filling the streets with twinkling lights and nostalgic music, building the “White Christmas”...

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One of my most cherished holiday memories involves Christmas lights in my hometown of Winona, Minnesota. On a...

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In the southernmost reaches of Ohio (50 or so miles south of Columbus), a region of the Midwest called the Hocking Hills feels distinctly Southern. The name comes...

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If you’re seeking sweet gift inspirations, a way to sharpen your kitchen skills, or fresh menus for your Thanksgiving and winter meals, now’s the perfect time to...

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Chicago guidebooks and best-of lists all include the Art Institute, Museum of Science and Industry, Wrigley Field, Millennium Park and Chicago-style pizza. But take...

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The reds and golds of fall colored all our most-popular Instagram pictures in October, as photographers captured autumn beauty in parks, by lakes, and along city...

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Some invitations you just accept on the spot. Among those are ones like, “Want to ride a tour bus around Wisconsin, meeting top cheesemakers and sampling their work...

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For a fun, well-rounded Midwest weekend getaway that’s easy on the wallet, check out free Kansas City attractions, such as the Hallmark Visitors Center, the Money...

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“How much longer until we get to Burlington?” I asked my husband as the sky darkened. “Can’t be much farther south,” he said, glancing at our car’s compass. ...

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Midwesterners are fortunate to have two of America's elite National Scenic Trails: the North Country Trail, which stretches from New York to North Dakota, passing...

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