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Take the 'Girls' Tour of Brooklyn with SNL's Sasheer Zamata

by Zach Everson. Posted Jan 21st 2014 10:56 AM
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Amazingly there doesn't seem to be a real tour of Girls' sites in Brooklyn yet (possibly because fans of the HBO show are too busy talking about their unpublished memoirs to have a job that allows them to afford a tour). So Saturday Night Live's newest cast member, Sasheer Zamata, fills in the gap.
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The All-American Road Trip to Break Your New Year's Resolutions

by Anna Brones. Posted Jan 1st 2014 03:30 PM

You stuffed yourself with food over the holidays and now you're committing to eating and living better. In 2014 you will be healthy! Or will you?

Already sick of those resolutions? Feel free to break them. We have the perfect road designed for you to do just that. From the Spam Museum to all-American barbecue, there are plenty of places across the country where you can break down and defy your good intentions.
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8 Destinations to Enjoy Tacky Christmas Decorations

by Anna Brones. Posted Dec 16th 2013 04:30 PM
Ugly sweaters are back with a vengeance, so why not extend the theme to your travel and take a tacky Christmas decoration road trip? From bad ornament stores to neighborhoods with totally overdone lighting displays, nothing says happy holidays like bad taste. So grab an inflatable Santa as your co-pilot, hop in the car and go.
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Scott Schuman's The Sartorialist: Episode 3, New York City

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Sep 23rd 2013 10:00 AM
One of the reasons we love to travel is to experience cultures different from ours, whether that be across the world or across the state. Go just a few miles and everything can change -- food, drink, language, customs, weather and even the clothes people wear (or don't). For the next 12 weeks, we'll be following along with Scott Schuman, fashion photographer and blogger, also known as "The Sartorialist," as he explores the differences in fashion and culture around the world.

In his third episode for AOL On, Schuman heads to New York City to speak with Olympic Champion fencer Tim Morehouse, discussing the art, history and fashion of fencing. Check it out below.

Fencing: The Sartorialist For AOL ON
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NYC Calls Goose Busters to Save Airplanes

by Andrew Burmon. Posted Jun 16th 2011 09:15 AM
In order to ensure the birds will no longer interfere with air traffic, the city of New York is rounding up many of Prospect Park's Canadian Geese and shipping them to Pennsylvania, where they will be slaughtered and handed out as food to the needy.

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