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College Towns of the South: Oxford, Mississippi

Named after the university town of Oxford, England, this north-central Mississippi town was founded in 1837 by three men who wanted to establish a site for the state’s first higher-learning institution. Now, more than 175 years later, Oxford is home to the University of Mississippi (colloquially known as Ole Miss), as well as a rich cultural and literary history.

College Towns of the South: Auburn, Alabama

In the sea of blue, orange, and white, people hug each other as they celebrate another win by the Tigers. But the Auburn family spirit doesn’t stop with football; it can be seen all over town throughout the year.

Back to the Beach: St. Simons Island

It’s the little things that matter most on a weekend escape to the largest of Georgia’s enchanting Golden Isles.

Back to the Beach: Gulf Shores and Orange Beach

Sky-high luxury quarters and a decidedly down-to-earth vibe‚ÄĒexperience the best of both worlds on Alabama‚Äôs Gulf Coast.

Back to the Beach: Seaside

Combining Main Street U.S.A charm with inspired design and civic planning, this picture-perfect Florida community charms with pastel cottages and sugar-white beaches.

Back to the Beach: Amelia Island

A newly reimagined luxury resort on this timeless northeast Florida barrier island promises a family-friendly escape to paradise.
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The Romance of Travel: Cassandra King on New Orleans

Travel does much to broaden, educate, and civilize us. We’re exposed to new sights and scenery, exotic cuisines and cultures, life-changing experiences. But travel does another thing that’s just as important: Take a trip...

Southbound targets early 2014 opening; upscale diner may follow

The team behind Southbound ‚ÄĒ a new Southern fusion restaurant in Chamblee ‚ÄĒ has a lot on its proverbial plate. After missing their fall 2012 open date, chef Cooper Miller, formerly of Livingston, owner Mike Plummer, and Dennis Lange, formerly of 5 Seasons Brewing, have been working hard to meet their new launch date of early 2014 (previously late November).
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Savannah A to Z

Regardless of how you spell fun, having the time of your life is as easy as ABC in this hauntingly beautiful and culturally dynamic city.
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Spotlight: The Grove Park Inn

At its opening banquet in 1913, Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan proclaimed The Grove Park Inn to be "built for the ages."

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