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Small Town Saturday: Sebastian, FL

Located on Florida’s Treasure Coast between Kennedy Space Center and West Palm Beach, you’ll find the laid back city of Sebastian. The welcome signs warn it’s a town of “friendly people and six old grouches,” but after spending time in this coastal city, you’ll be hard-pressed to find so much as a frown. Situated alongside […]

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Film Friday: The Chamber

A young lawyer fresh out of school must face the most difficult client of his career: his racist grandfather. He had been convicted of killing two young Jewish boys when he was a member of the Ku Klux Klan 30 years ago. Based on the John Grisham novel, Chris O’Donnell stars alongside Gene Hackman and […]

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The South’s Best Live Radio Hours

Music is an important part of life in the South, but did you know the region is home to the country’s oldest continuous live radio shows? Some are better known than others, but all still host live broadcasts that are open to the public. Tune in for yourself by clicking the relevant links below! WPAQ […]

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Weekend Guide to Daytona Beach

The Daytona Beach area has been inhabited by Timucuan and Seminole Indians and has been under both British and Spanish rule. Matthias Day is considered to be Daytona Beach’s founding father. He fell in love with the region during a visit and established the area’s first hotel on the banks of the Halifax River. Although Day ultimately […]

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Small Town Saturday: Buena Vista, GA

The town of Buena Vista, Georgia, located southwest of Atlanta, is home to less than 2,500 residents. Originally named Pea Ridge, the town was settled in 1830 and renamed after Zachary Taylor’s victory in the Mexican-American War. Most visitors come for Pasaquan, the former home of visionary artist St. EOM, but the downtown also has […]

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Film Friday: Crossroads

Named for the Crossroads of the Blues, Ralph Macchio stars as a slide guitar prodigy who pairs up with an old-timer known as a legendary musician in hopes of making it big. But the man has a secret about selling his soul to the Devil. Joe Seneca and Jami Gertz also star. Filmed In: Greenville, […]

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Visiting Roosevelt’s Little White House

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, America’s longest-serving president, was afflicted with polio, which brought him to the state of Georgia. Warm Springs’ namesake waters were a retreat for him, so he established the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation and his home, called the Little White House. He visited nearly every year and it was his time […]

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Southern Stays: Circa 39 Hotel

Southern Stays is a series in which we review a property, whether it be a hostel, hotel or other forms of accommodation. To suggest a property please leave a comment or email us. Miami is full of stylish accommodations, from the chic hostels of Miami Beach to the Art Deco wonders of Collins Avenue. Circa […]

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