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by Diana Lambdin Meyer. Posted Apr 17th 2014 01:21 PM
Continue ReadingMonday's Boston Marathon is certainly one of the more celebrated events for runners to show off their moxie. But if you're looking to travel for races that are more eclectic -- and at considerably less than marathon distances -- check out these crazy events around the country designed for athletes on two feet.
by Susan Barnes. Posted Mar 14th 2014 04:38 PM
Continue ReadingSt. Patrick's Day, the holiday when everyone -- regardless of ancestry – becomes Irish for the day is Monday, March 17. So here then are 17 U.S. cities to sip a pint, dance a jig and maybe sip another pint.
by Zach Everson. Posted Mar 7th 2014 09:01 AM
Continue ReadingKarl Lagerfeld to design a Macau hotel, tour of True Detective's Louisiana and a family is accused of traveling the country to shoplift $7 million of merchandise are among today's points of interest.
by Karan Moses Robinson. Posted Sep 27th 2010 07:35 PM
Continue ReadingAs soon as you set foot in Raleigh, North Carolina, you are overwhelmed by the sense of community, even with its population of nearly 400,000 people. There is no shortage of things to do in this great city that will appeal to family members of all ages. If you are planning a trip to Raleigh with teens, allow me to recommend a few places that will make your day a perfect one!
by Kala Ambrose. Posted Sep 23rd 2010 04:08 PM
Continue ReadingRaleigh, the capital city of North Carolina, once held a reputation as a sleepy southern town, but what's the city really like? Test your knowledge on how well you know Raleigh urban myths, ghost stories and haunted history. Here is a list of the top Raleigh mythbusters – you'll be surprised at the truth!
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