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October 3, 2007
Kick Back in the Kennebunks

Maine’s coastal villages may conjure up images of stiff martinis and boating with the Bushes. But with the onset of fall, things take a surprisingly casual turn.

October 10, 2007
Play in Portland’s Shadows

With its under-the-bridge skate parks, secretive supper clubs, and respectfully louche strip bars, the Northwest culture capital's darkest spots are also its coolest.

August 22, 2007
Raid the Cheese Pantry in Vermont

Ben and Jerry aren’t the state’s only dairy masters. The Vermont Cheese Trail supports a small army of artisan cheesemakers specializing in everything from blue to buffalo mozzarella.

August 15, 2007
Discover Boston's Designer Neighborhood

A thriving art and design community has emerged in an unexpected place: the once-gritty South End.

August 8, 2007
Dig Up Classic Clothes in San Francisco

The city is filled with top-notch vintage stores brimming with upscale hand-me-downs and drag-queen couture.

July 12, 2007
Mix It Up in Asbury Park

It's not just a dusty museum to Springsteen. The Jersey-shore town offers a colorful collage of gay hangouts, restored Victoriana, and edgy art galleries.

July 25, 2007
See Modern Martha’s Vineyard

With a spate of revamped hotels and upgraded kitchens, a robust local art scene, and those ever-gorgeous beaches, the summer perennial has rarely looked better.

August 1, 2007
Scope Out Art in the Berkshires

Even with Tanglewood concerts and the Williamstown Theater Festival winding down, the art scene keeps this New England culture capital humming well into autumn.

July 5, 2007
Cool Off in Nantucket

As the summer crowds thin, now’s the time to check out the chic new digs, restaurants, and shops they’re leaving behind.

June 5, 2007
Shake Your Hips in Cartagena

Indulge in late-night rumba in this up-and-coming Colombian city.

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