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Simon Pagenaud’s Paris

As nonstop flights to Paris take off, let IndyCar driver (and French native) Simon Pagenaud show you around.

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The One Thing You Must Buy At The Carson Pirie Scott Sale

The discount applies to these popular accessories, which are rarely found on sale.

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Story Inn Makes An Enchanting Winter-Weekend Getaway

Right now, it’s the season for Victorian candlelight dinners at the renowned bed-and-breakfast.

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Tennessee Gives Colorblind Visitors A Way To See Fall Foliage

Watch these videos only if you have tissues close by.

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Traveler: Panama City Beach

Jimmy Buffett knows what he’s talking about. “Trying to Reason with Hurricane Season” is a losing proposition.

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A Day’s Drive: A Midwest Rock Climbing Guide

Rock on!

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5 Things To Know Ahead Of This Year’s Lotus Festival

This weekend, the Lotus World Music & Arts Festival takes over downtown Bloomington. The four-day event, which attracts more than 12,000 attendees each year, hosts 26 musical artists at 10 venues around the city, ranging from churches to night clubs. We asked Lotus executive director Sunni Fass for some advice on how best to navigate […]

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Big Shots: Preview Of Bourbon & Beyond

America’s only native spirit seems to be in everyone’s cocktail glass these days. To celebrate all things bourbon, the inaugural Bourbon & Beyond festival launches in Kentucky this weekend, boasting an ambitious lineup of music, food, and whiskey. Presented by veteran music-festival producer Danny Wimmer, the two-day event takes over Champions Park just east of […]

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Travel Savvy To Paris

Whether you’ve been to Paris already or want to seem like you have on your first trip, you could use some savvier picks for places to stay, eat, shop, and visit. The HotelNot: A chain near the Opera House Instead: Hotel L’Antoine in the Bastille Christian Lacroix designed the interiors at this boutique hotel. At […]

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Stay In Your Own Outdoor Bubble In Iceland

Designed for viewing the Aurora Borealis, this site with translucent tents is nicknamed a “5 million star hotel.”

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Parisians Are Not As Excited About New Nonstop Flight As We Are

A few ways future Tourism Ambassador to France Martha Hoover could lure her people over yonder.

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Buffalo Trace Distillery Unearths “Bourbon Pompeii”

If we’re ever buried and forgotten, we hope it’s in a room full of high-quality whiskey like this.

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The Golden Hours

Before Starbucks created pumpkin lattes, the real excitement of autumn was waiting for the leaves to turn. But Mother Nature is a cruel tour agent. Who hasn’t scheduled a weekend road trip in search of fiery foliage only to discover that the sassafras and sugar maples were lagging behind schedule, or that the leaves on […]

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10 People Who Have Eaten At The Indiana Cafe In Paris

These people don’t look embarrassed to be seen at a chain serving mozzarella sticks.

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Day Trip: Small-Town "Pride"

“There is a perceived novelty in what we do, given our rural community nestled in the Heartland,” says Jonathan Balash, president and director of Spencer Pride. “People hear about small towns being small-minded, but that’s a big misconception.”

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