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Cleveland loves a good party. Take Rock Week, for example (April 11-18). Not only does the city’s hallowed Rock Hall celebrate the big 2-0 this year, it also gets...

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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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More than 75,000 people are expected to flood Indianapolis for the men's Final Four competition April 4 and 6. Whether you'll be one of those 75,000 or someone who...

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As the sun drops toward the horizon, the Platte River is awash in gold. Flock after flock of Sandhill cranes circle and swoop and scan the river, looking for the...

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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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Mammoths, bison ... and minted lamb burgers? You can find them all in North Dakota's capital city, where a $51 million expansion of the North Dakota Heritage Center...

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An exhibit in Nebraska weaves together the personal side of the Civil War—a story told in thread and cloth, yarn and ribbon. 

I never expected to find my...

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In Michigan, spring might arrive in snow or sunny warmth. Regardless of the temperature, you'll find spring spirit at these six celebrations.

1) On March 15...

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Within a month or so, the rivers that drain into the upper Midwest's Great Lakes will begin to shake winter's frozen grip. Fantastical ice formations that cluster...

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The first time I visited Springfield, Illinois, I wanted to know if there was any unique local food I should try. My boyfriend, a Springfield native, told me about...

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