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15 U.S. Hotspots Nobody Cared About 15 Years Ago

Downtown Los Angeles Angelenos have long snubbed their compact urban center in favor of sprawling, palm tree-studded enclaves

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Move Over Austin, San Antonio Is Where It's Really At

The historical city is cooler than you think.

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21 Things Only Texans Will Understand

9. We make some mean kolaches. Or at least we buy some mean kolaches. 6. The longest part of any road trip is just getting

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The 10 Best Film Festivals You've Never Heard Of

Yes, everyone knows Cannes and Sundance. The behemoths of the film-fest world aren't exactly accessible for most of us, though, and they don't always showcase the freshest material. Here's where to go to see film's bright up-and-comers, for a lot cheaper than the French Riviera.

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The Lonestar State Beer Guide: Craft Breweries to Check out in Texas

Even if you weren't around to remember the Alamo, you've likely heard the expression, "everything is bigger in Texas!" This proud state wears its rich heritage, thriving arts scene and distinctive local culture like a well-earned badge of honor.

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18 Signs You've Spent Too Much Time In Texas

(Flickr/gsloan) 2. There is -- or has been at one time -- a bottle of Whataburger ketchup in your fridge. 15. South Padre

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Why I Can't Love Dallas, Texas

As a sometime travel writer, one of the least favorite places I've visited was Dallas, Texas. Dallas, in my mind, has always been associated with the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

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The Friendliest Cities In The U.S.

12 Travel Mistakes We All Think We're Too Smart to Make -- but Do Anyway Also, be sure to check out The Friendliest and Unfriendliest

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The 2014 Infiniti Q50S Meets South Padre

With summer upon us let's face it the travel bug has likely gotten the best of you, right? No worries, since there's a place down south in Texas that has just the cure for warm weather fever and good fun.

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Deep in the Heart of West Texas Is a National Park Where the Mountains Meet the Desert

There's not a fancy spa within the park's boundary and you won't run into massive tour buses clogging the roads; it's a park for those who want to get off the paved path and explore.