Explore Local: Baltimore, Maryland

Charm City. The City that Reads. There are plenty of nicknames for Baltimore, and when you take the time to…

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Explore Local: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

When it comes to important places in our nation’s history, it’s hard to top Philadelphia. Although Washington, D.C. may be…

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Explore Local: St. Louis, Missouri

Baseball, beer — and an abundance of exploring to do. St. Louis, Missouri may be known as the “gateway to…

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Explore Local: Louisville, Kentucky

It’s the birthplace of Muhammad Ali, the Kentucky Derby, and Kentucky Fried Chicken. And before you get an army of…

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Explore Local: Charleston, South Carolina

Dating all the way back to the late 1600s, Charleston is one of the oldest settlements in America — and…

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Explore Local: Cincinnati, Ohio

Known by its nickname, the Queen City, since an 1819 newspaper called it the “Queen of the West,” those who…

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Explore Local: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Sitting in the high desert of New Mexico is the state‚Äôs largest city, Albuquerque. With its juxtaposition of old and…

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Explore Local: Omaha, Nebraska

Directly over the border from Iowa along the banks of the Missouri River, Omaha is a gem of a midwest…

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Explore Local: Memphis, Tennessee

Known for Elvis, BBQ, the Blues, and Rock’n’roll, Memphis is a destination for foodies and music fans from all over…

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Explore Local: Spokane, Washington

The Lilac City. The Gateway to the American west. An incredible place to lay down roots and start a family…

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Explore Local: Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Sioux Falls is the most populous city within South Dakota, as well as one of the most beautiful. It is…

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Explore Local: Flagstaff, Arizona

Flagstaff, Arizona is so much more than the gateway town for the Grand Canyon. With a population of more than…

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Explore Local: El Paso, Texas

It ranks as the 22nd largest city in the United States, and with over 680,000 people calling it home, El…

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Explore Local: Riverside, California

The birthplace of the California citrus industry. The location of one of the state’s finest universities. Home of the Mission…

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Explore Local: Tulsa, Oklahoma

Located a few hours from Oklahoma City on the banks of the Arkansas River, Tulsa is the second-largest city in…

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Explore Local: Boise, Idaho

Boise is the capital of Idaho, as well as the most populous city within the state, with over 229,000 people…

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Explore Local: Sacramento, California

Sacramento is the capital city of California and it has over 508,000 people calling it home. While California is often…

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Explore Local: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Tucked just a couple of hours away from major South Carolina cities like Columbia and Charleston, Myrtle Beach is a…

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