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October 11, 2013
Turn Back Time in Dresden

After decades of postwar reconstruction, the city has returned to its original splendor while also adding newly renovated museums, edgy architecture, and innovative restaurants.

October 4, 2013
Go Gallic on Martinique

As shoulder season kicks off, take advantage of new direct flights to this sophisticated island in the French West Indies to enjoy seasonal bargains, smaller crowds, and Creole cuisine.

September 27, 2013
Toast to Harvest Season in the North Fork

Celebrating fall on Long Island means drinking at new wineries, eating freshly harvested oysters, and enjoying farm-fresh produce at weekend food festivals.

September 20, 2013
Skip the Casinos in Reno

Forget casinos and retro kitsch—the Biggest Little City in the World's low hotel prices, revitalized Riverwalk District, and burgeoning restaurant scene should appeal to any non-gambling traveler.

September 6, 2013
Celebrate Autumn in the New Jersey Highlands

As the leaves start to turn, head an hour outside New York to this barn-dotted stretch of countryside to see Colonial-era architecture and pick your own produce on family-owned farms.

August 30, 2013
Taste Cartagena’s New Culinary Wave

This vibrant coastal city is easier to reach than ever before, at a time when an influx of Colombian-born chefs with international chops have raised the bar on the city's dining scene.

August 15, 2013
See Art History in Gloucester, Massachusetts

Less than an hour from Boston, this picturesque New England city is home to a historic artists' community and a gorgeous coastline that has inspired the likes of Hopper and Winslow.

August 8, 2013
Tap Into the New South in Richmond

Revitalized neighborhoods, new cultural attractions, and a rising culinary scene are rejuvenating Virginia’s capital.

July 26, 2013
See Cutting-Edge Contemporary Art in Cleveland

This Rust Belt city is transforming into a thriving art hub thanks to two stunning new museum openings and a growing number of galleries.

July 18, 2013
Escape the Hamptons on Shelter Island

Often called the “un-Hamptons,” this subdued island offers the same pristine beaches and great seafood without any of the congestion and pretension.

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