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Game Changer: MLB All-Star Brian McCann defies predictions

Into the pitcher’s arms he jumped, all 225 sweaty pounds of him. Against the odds, Brian McCann had helped the Houston Astros defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers in the final game of the 2017 World Series.
South Carolina

4 Southeastern lakes that are far from the norm

South Carolina’s Mount Carmel Baptist Church cemetery made its silver-screen debut in 1972’s Deliverance. A year later, it was at the bottom of newly created Lake Jocassee.
Lake Lure

Great lakes of the Southeast

Find your perfect lake, whether you prefer action-packed pursuits or lakeside leisure.
Carillon Miami Wellness Resort

Where to Stay: Spotlight on Carillon Miami Wellness Resort

Spa, sand, and serious workouts in Miami Beach.
Greyfield exterior, Cumberland Island, Georgia

Cumberland Island: Georgia’s hidden gem

Fifteen barrier islands line the coast of Georgia. The southernmost and largest is called Cumberland.
Kenny Leon

Why Kenny Leon loves Atlanta

Kenny Leon believes in hard work. He does not, apparently, believe in sleep.
New Orleans Tricentennial

Big Easy Bash: New Orleans turns 300

“We’re a city that knows how to throw a party,” says New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu. He would know: A native of the Big Easy, he’s had his share of fun at the town’s famed festivals and parades.

Head farther south for a “dreamy” Disney cruise

As an Orlando native who grew up in the shadow of Cinderella’s castle, I’d go so far as to say I trust Disney to wow me. That’s why I booked my family—my husband, our six-year-old daughter, four-year-old son, and me—on a four-night cruise on the Disney Dream.

Kenny Chesney talks beaches, meat-and-threes, and Nashville neighborhoods

Kenny Chesney doesn’t sing about the things most people chase, like big houses, shiny cars, and the heady rush of fame. He sings about the things most people actually have, like shift work, two-toned Chevys, and old blue chairs rocking in the wind.

Natural Highs: Test gravity—and your limits—on a trip to Chattanooga

Perhaps no one did more to flip Chattanooga’s reputation from grimy to green than U.S. Senator Bob Corker. The city’s mayor from 2001 to 2005, he announced midway through his term that he wanted to see Chattanooga market itself as the “Boulder of the East.”

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