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Java Jumping in the Vegas Valley

Java Jumping in the Vegas Valley Cozy Neighborhood Coffee Spots In Vegas, we don’t snub our noses at major corporate venues because – well, how could we? They’re everywhere. But when it comes to where we cozy up for a cuppa, that’s where we get a little hot under the collar. Mom-and-Pops can hang out their shingles

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City Hiking Trails in Vegas

City Hiking Trails in Vegas Old Spanish Trail Park, Springs Preserve, Lone Mountain, Union Pacific Railroad Trail Sometimes you need a time-out when you live in Las Vegas, even if just a quiet hour away from the bright lights and action we love/hate on a daily basis. Fortunately, it’s not all concrete and neon if you know

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Pro Sports in Vegas

Pro Sports in Vegas Golden Knights, NASCAR, Lights FC and March Madness March is the magic month for sports in Las Vegas, when the weather turns warm just in time for spring training games, NASCAR races and basketball tournaments galore. So get your game-face on and snag some tickets – it’s time to play ball and peel

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Cozy-up Coffee Spots in Austin

Cozy-up Coffee Spots in Austin As cliché as it may sound, there’s a reason the words “cozy” and “coffee” roll off the lips so easily. No matter the weather, we all look for that home-away-from-home feeling when snuggling up with a cup of hot java or steaming cocoa. If just so happens that Austin has

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Sneak Peek: Best of SXSW 2019

Crowds of people having fun on a music concert Sneak Peek: Best of SXSW 2019 Countdown to March 8th! The South by Southwest festival and conference needs no introduction, regardless of where you live. SXSW is one of the most coveted places for any musician to perform and now features films, interactive media, technology, comedy and multi-media arts

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Active in Austin

Runners participate in the Austin Marathon and Half-marathon presented by NXP Feb. 19. 02/19/17 Tom McCarthy Jr. for AMERICAN-STATESMAN Active in Austin Winter Marathons, Yoga, and Hiking Though the air is nippy and wind howls in the dead of night, February in Austin is a delight to outdoor enthusiasts in many ways. Crowds are smaller, events lean toward

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Public Art in Atlanta

Murals, Street Art, Exhibitions and Living Walls Throughout the ATL metropolis, an urban outdoor scene explodes with color and art from the multi-generational, multi-ethnic and enormously talented Atlanta population. From the Beltline to Krog Tunnel, Westside and pop-up creations in practically every neighborhood, it’s hard to miss the massive amount of creative energy brewing and

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January Shows and Festivals in Atlanta

Juggling, Antiques and Oysters Groundhog’s Day Juggling Festival January 25 – 27, 2019 Yaarab Shrine Center If you missed the first 40 years of this annual juggling festival, no worries – it’s back for round 41 in January 2019. The Groundhog’s Day Juggling Festival at Yaarab Shrine Center hops and bops with action from jugglers, unicyclists, hoopers and

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MLK Day in Atlanta

Plays, Celebrations, Runs and Parades As America celebrates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in January, Atlanta pays homage in its own special way. The Nobel Peace Prize-winning son and long-time resident of Atlanta is memorialized throughout the city in myriad ways that are interchangeably poignant, festive and inspiring. MLK Day Parades Parades on

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