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Partnered Post / 2.27.22

Old-World Charm Meets New-World Cuisine

Get a taste of why Florida’s Historic Coast® is a melting pot of palate-pleasing eateries destined to keep you craving more, along with its rich history.

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Partnered Post / 2.22.22

A Land of Legends in Allen Parish

The area of Louisiana that most exhibits the French heritage is known as Acadiana. Allen Parish is Cajun to the core, especially when it comes to zydeco music.

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Partnered Post / 2.20.22

Natchitoches, Louisiana’s Oldest City

Natchitoches, the oldest permanent settlement in the Louisiana Purchase territory, is a vibrant community with an incredibly rich and diverse heritage.

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Dining / 2.18.22

A Locals’ Guide to Nashville Restaurants

Chad Newton and Gracie Nguyen of East Side Banh Mi share their ultimate guide to Nashville, with a special consideration for anyone with their dogs in tow.

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Partnered Post / 2.15.22

Tour Alamance County’s
Haw River Trail

The Haw River Trail is the perfect way to explore Alamance County’s popular river, either by kayaking along the Paddle Trail or hiking the scenic Land Trail.

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From the Magazine / 2.15.22

A Weekend in Charleston

The Local Palate’s ultimate itinerary for a weekend in Charleston, complete with where to eat, drink, and go to make every moment and meal count.

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