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Travel / 5.18.17 / by Nancy Henderson

Snapshot: Chattanooga, Tennessee

A River Runs Through It What began as a simmering riverfront renaissance when the freshwater Tennessee Aquarium opened in Chattanooga in 1992 has boiled southward, with a revamped Main Street, an infusion of trendy eateries, and an Innovation District where millennial entrepreneurs live and launch tech businesses by the dozen. The 1970s smog that once blackened the sky (and […]

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Travel / 5.12.17 / by Margaret Loftus

Snapshot: Annapolis, Maryland

The New Naptown Hemmed in part by the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries that carve its lush coastline, Annapolis is a knockout of a town. Its cobbled streets lined with eighteenth-century houses and storied history have long charmed visitors. But the food scene? Let’s call it a late bloomer. Aside from a handful of beloved […]

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Culture / 3.16.17

Saigon On The Potomac

A lemongrass and basil haven hides in plain sight in Washington DC’s Virginia Suburbs When I have a hankering for Vietnamese food (which is at least once a month), the area where I live in Washington, DC, and its suburbs is a trove of riches. There are pho food trucks on city streets and high-concept […]

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From the Magazine / 3.2.17 / by Rien Fertel

Down the Bayou

All South Louisiana road trips should begin with boudin. There’s something about taking a steering-wheel grip to a long, curved link of the Cajun delicacy; the promise of hot pork, rice, and spice pulsating in your hands; the snapping of the sausage in two, forcing the link’s thin casing to audibly crack like the starting pistol at a race.

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From the Magazine / 2.15.17

The Getaway: New Orleans’ Pontchartrain Hotel

After a two-year renovation, New Orleans’ storied Pontchartrain Hotel is back in business.

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Culture / Web Exclusive / 2.10.17

Nashville’s New Soul

“The Nashville I grew up in and the Nashville I have come to know and love over the past five years are two completely different places.”

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