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Nashville

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Best In Midwest Dining

Ready for a (belt-adjusting) road trip?

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The Maker: Anne Ryan Miller Glass Studio

“It always resembles a storm or a sunset or a sunrise. I look for something that evokes a feeling in me.”

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The Colorful Cast Of Characters In Brown County

Legends of the Fall.

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Destination Hotels: Urban Cowboy

Accommodations in this quasi-communal concept were perfected at a sister hotel in Brooklyn.

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Look At This Monster Waterfall Washing Out A Road In Madison

Waterfalls are rushing in Indiana parks right now.

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22 Stirring Pictures Of This Beautiful Fall Weather

Tippecanoe River State Park, you’re looking good!

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Star Trek

For the first time in nearly a century, Americans can view a coast-to-coast solar eclipse. What’s so stellar about the August 21 event? When the moon passes between the earth and sun, it will block almost all light from the latter, save for a fiery halo, casting a shadow along a “path of totality” for […]

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Swoon List: The Coterie, Rocket 88, and More

This week’s Swoon List visits a Kokomo gastropub and celebrates a good cup of coffee at Open Society.

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Nashville: A Big Unveiling

Entourages rush Lower Broadway ’til the wee hours in designer cowgirl boots and matching tiaras and sashes, hustling veiled brides-to-be in and out of honky-tonks. The walkable strip is boisterous yet safe—Vegas without the sleaze.

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Traveler: Branching Out in Brown County

Autumn isn’t the only time it shines. Nashville proves equally enchanting when strewn with twinkling white lights.

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Hot List 6.27.14

Perfect maritime sandals and lip gloss your hair won’t stick to.

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Burned: The Little Nashville Opry

The jury’s decision stunned the sleepy town. As one Nashville denizen told IM, “Good luck finding someone who admits to knowing those two now. The entire community thinks they’re guilty as sin.”

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Find Dining: Pine Room Tavern

Sometimes David Bower, the Pine Room Tavern’s GM and executive chef, has to give directions to city-dwelling callers. Left at the McDonald’s, again at the

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