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The wild-eyed stare, bristling mane and yellowed fangs of the taxidermied lion stopped me in my tracks. It wasn’t the beast’s size and ferocity that captivated me,...

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I’ll admit it: I’m a roller coaster fanatic. My childhood obsessions always involved wheels, starting with tractors, evolving to trains (like a bunch of tractors...

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1) Grand Traverse Lighthouse One of Michigan's oldest lighthouses sits at the tip of the 1,300-acre Leelanau...

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The strangest thing about Dogwood Canyon is that I saw a snake there. That wouldn’t seem all that unusual when you’re poking among creekside rocks along the...

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I stood on the side of a dirt road somewhere east of Van Wert, Ohio, and surveyed the massive yard sale spread out before me, one of several huge bargain-hunting...

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"Another beer tour?" My family looks puzzled. We've chuckled along with a high-spirited guide at ...

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1) Indianapolis Cultural Trail Getting around Indy has never been easier, or so much fun. This cool bike-pedestrian path connects five downtown...

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Putting Russell Crowe on your side provides a healthy advantage at the multiplex, but star power alone doesn’t explain the success of this spring’s big-budget film...

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1) Cleveland Metroparks Pick a park, any park. Nicknamed the Emerald Necklace by locals, the extensive Metroparks system loops through 18 natural...

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Your first mission, should you choose to accept it: Find the Safe House restaurant. Stroll along an alley...

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