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Five Iconic Baseball Stadiums To Visit To Make Summer a Grand Slam

by Annemarie Dooling. Posted Apr 11th 2011 09:30 AM
Baseball Stadiums

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Peanuts, crackerjacks and home runs: baseball stadiums are the stuff summer is made of. Luckily, there are 29 stadiums in the U.S., each ripe for a summer time visit. There are 5 ballparks, however, that stand out as their own kind of Mecca to fans.
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The Camping Guide For the Clueless

by Amber DeGrace. Posted Mar 24th 2011 06:00 PM
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Beer and BBQ aside, relaxing with the fam in The Great Outdoors (not the movie with John Candy) is an excellent way to leave everyday life behind. Not everybody knows how to camp though. For some it has been but merely a dream of green and toilets dug in the ground. Dream no more! Read on for our beginners guide to camping
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Best Italian Restaurants in San Francisco

by Jasmine Moy. Posted Mar 22nd 2011 05:00 PM
best italian restaurants in san francisco

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San Francisco is arguably one of the best cities in America in which to dine. It's the city that, with the help of Alice Waters, spawned the concept of local and seasonal eating that has revolutionized dining in America. The only drawback about San Francisco is that it can be nearly impossible choosing a place to eat because they're all remarkably good. Here to help you wean the choices down by cuisine, here's a list of some of the best Italian restaurants in San Francisco.
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Electronic Toll on Golden Gate Bridge Can Cost Tourists Hundreds

by Jason Cochran. Posted Feb 1st 2011 03:00 PM
The authorities that run San Francisco's iconic Golden Gate Bridge announced that next year, they will remove the crossing's human toll takers and replace them with electronic sensors. The switch has been sold as a triumph for efficiency and traffic flow but is potential budget disaster for tourists who now risk stumbling into fines or having to pay more money for e-pass equipment.
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U.S. Regional Foods You Might Not Know About

by Rebecca Dolan. Posted Jan 21st 2011 01:08 PM
U.S. Regional Foods You Might Not Know About

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Philadelphia has cheesesteaks, Chicago lays claim to the deep dish pizza, and Boston serves up some of the most recognizable chowder around. But, have you ever heard of coffee milk or Polish boys? Here we take a look at some lesser known U.S. regional food specialties. You might not have encountered them before, but you're going to want to get a bite soon.
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