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Travel / 8.19.16 / by Maggie White

The Toast of Tybee

Chef Kurtis Schumm Celebrates His Birthday with Music and Friends at His Georgia Fish Camp Kurtis Schumm is a musician whose vocal and guitar prowess earned him a deal with Columbia Records. He’s a preservation carpenter whose precise work and grasp of historic detail convinced a recognized expert in the field to take him on […]

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Travel / Web Exclusive / 7.20.16

Take a West Virginia Brewery Tour

The state of West Virginia is known for its natural splendor, but the emergence of a tight-knit craft beer community is brewing up yet another great reason to visit.

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Travel / 5.16.16

Hang Your Hat
in the Heart of It All

Nestled in a tiny residential enclave just steps from Charlottesville’s University of Virginia, the twenty-seven-room Oakhurst Inn marries urban sensibility with European luxury via stylishly appointed suites set within renovated historic structures.

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Travel / 5.14.16

Eating Louisiana: From Hub City to the Big Easy

Since its completion in Louisiana in 1975, Interstate 10 has connected the flatlands of Lafayette, Louisiana, to the levees of New Orleans. This stretch of highway links more than just towns; it connects cultures.

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Culture / 5.12.16 / by Allston McCrady

Beyond Beignets
NOLA’s Vietnamese Farmers Market

The next time you hit New Orleans, carve an hour or two out of your Saturday morning for a real, non-touristy pilgrimage.

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Beverages / 4.30.16

Mixtli Rising

Like many young chefs, Diego Galicia graduated from the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) in San Antonio with razor-sharp knives and culinary guns blazing, eager to follow the molecular footsteps of stars like Grant Achatz and Ferran Adrià. But when he realized that the hourly wage at most restaurants wasn’t going to pay his student […]

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