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Neighbourhood stroll: Take in L.A.’s creative renaissance on foot in the Arts District

In one of L.A.’s rare truly walkable neighbourhoods, you’ll find boutiques, cafés and a rich foodie scene with a distinctly local vibe

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LEEANDRA CIANCI

After a major renovation, downtown Palm Springs is once again in bloom

Construction is coming to an end as stores and a towering hotel spring up in formerly sleepy downtown core

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Why Phoenix should be your next food destination

In Phoenix, a desert city in the southwest U.S., a group of chefs is turning the town into a foodie hot spot

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Las Vegas as a family vacation destination? Yes, if you go beyond the Strip

What to do when a planned RV trip includes a few nights in a famously not-for-families destination

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A BARKER

Craft cocktail scene blossoms under watchful eye of Utah’s liquor laws

Despite the majority of the state’s population abstaining from alcohol, there’s a burgeoning spirits and craft beer scene in its capital, Salt Lake City

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ALYSSA SCHWARTZ

Big Easy brunch: Feasting on ‘second breakfast’ in New Orleans

Well known for birthing jazz, New Orleans is also home to the ‘second breakfast.’ Nowhere else does the meal quite like the Big Easy

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Drew Brown

Eat your way through Buffalo’s new chicken wing trail

Here are the 12 best joints in the city to savour the almighty wing

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DIANE BONDAREFF


New York is for families, too: Five new attractions for you and the kids

The Big Apple is still a great place for young lovers, but there’s also plenty of things to do if you are settled down with children

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LEEANDRA CIANCI

Take a stroll down Washington’s vibrant 14th Street Northwest

Washington, D.C.’s 14th Street Northwest is alive and among the more diverse places in this racially segregated city

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LEEANDRA CIANCI

Eight reasons to go to Raleigh, N.C.: Start with the brewpub-bookstore-dim sum complex

One third of the so-called Research Triangle is thriving as a hub of art and food

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HILTON HEAD ISLAND-BLUFFTON VISITORS & CONVENTION BUREAU

Experiencing hospitality and black history in South Carolina’s Hilton Head

Sample the cuisine, tennis courts, bike trails and other delights of Hilton Head and its sister island, Daufuskie – and experience a profoundly important part of African-American culture

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Tips to ensure everything is awesome on your trip to Legoland

At Lego’s theme park and hotel in central Florida, everything is awesome, especially for kids who are Legomaniacs

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Brightline

Miami’s new high-speed train puts all of South Florida within reach

Service to Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach aims to be an antidote to the region’s chronic traffic congestion

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