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It always happens this way. You're zooming along the interstate in a cornfield-induced haze, a visual playlist of silos, gas stations and Subway signs flashing by...

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1) Detroit Historical Society With so much to see and do, it’s surprising this recently revamped 80-year-old downtown museum doesn’t charge...

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1) Branson Landing Shopping, dining and entertainment venues line Lake Taneycomo, but the showstopper is the 120-foot fountain show with fire...

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I’m sitting cross-legged on my dented blue metal saucer, frozen in place not by fear of the plummeting snow track in front of me or by the chill of the wind, but by...

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1) Fenelon Place Elevator For just $3, you'll get a round-trip ride on wooden cable cars to a panoramic view of three states, the Mississippi River...

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On the arm of his wife, Chaz, Roger Ebert slowly made his way to the wood podium. The 1,500 film buffs filling the Virginia Theatre in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois,...

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While I'm browsing a timeline of Nebraska history at Omaha's Durham Museum, random events catch my eye. "...

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1) Findlay Market Anchoring the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, Ohio’s oldest continuously running public market brims with reasonably priced finds....

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The February morning in South Dakota’s Black Hills dawned clear and cold. I had two options for the day: Peer into a hole on Pactola Lake alongside some buddies on...

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Gail Pommerening’s flock of birds stares at me with glowing pastel eyes. Their colorful hand-painted feathers almost shimmer in tiny Art and Soul, Gail’s treasure...

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