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Stories by the editorial department about travel, primarily from Arbiter's Getaway pieces

Get away to Knoxville

"Austin without the hype" lures with a bustling downtown

It’s been more than thirty years since Knoxville hosted the World’s Fair, and there’s only been one such expo in the United States since (New Orleans in 1984). Yet after its fifteen minutes of international fame, “Knoxpatch” settled back into its easygoing, unpretentious ways. Read More

Get away to Cumberland Island

Georgia’s barrier isle offers close encounters of the wild kind

While I was sifting through the hoards of conch shells, disc clams, and horseshoe crab remnants left on Cumberland Island National Seashore by a generous surf, something in the distance caught my eye: two majestic creatures at water’s edge, standing so close together that they appeared as one hulking beast. Read More

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