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Best Bars in Buffalo, N.Y.

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Best Bars in Buffalo, N.Y.

The older I get, the cooler my Western New York hometown seems to get. During a visit home, these are the best bars in Buffalo, N.Y. , I experienced.

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Sea Turtle Patrol with Volunteers on Englewood Beach

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Sea Turtle Patrol with Volunteers on Englewood Beach

Each morning between mid-April through October, Coastal Wildlife Club Sea Patrol volunteers walk Charlotte County’s beaches looking for new sea turlte nests or hatchings.

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10 U.S. Beach Cams to Watch on National Beach Day, Aug. 30

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10 U.S. Beach Cams to Watch on National Beach Day, Aug. 30

August 30 is National Beach Day! If you’re not able to head out to your favorite beach to dip your toes in the sand or walk the shoreline hunting for seashells, here are 10 webcams in the United States you can tune into. Best of all, no sunscreen is required!

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Chicken Wings are a Meal!

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Chicken Wings are a Meal!

“Chicken wings are a meal!” As if there was any doubt in New York, but there was!
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How to Visit Britain Without a Passport, Tune the Telly to BritBox

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How to Visit Britain Without a Passport, Tune the Telly to BritBox

If you long for a visit to Britain, tune the telly to BritBox. It’s a digital paid subscription service like Netflix or Amazon Prime. BritBox offers the largest collection of British television in the United States and Canada.

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Why You Should be Planning Now for a Solo Trip After the Pandemic

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Why You Should be Planning Now for a Solo Trip After the Pandemic

Releasing a travel book during a pandemic may seem fruitless. However, you should be planning now for a solo trip after the pandemic. Here are the reasons why.

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Road Trip With a Dog: Kentucky Horse Park

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Road Trip With a Dog: Kentucky Horse Park

I love road trips with my pup but the downside is finding dog-friendly attractions along the way. Thankfully, the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky., allows dogs!

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5 Ways to Preserve Your Travel Memories

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5 Ways to Preserve Your Travel Memories

Not sure what to do with all those travel documents like postcards, brochures, business cards, and maps you’ve picked up during your vacation? Here are 5 ways to preserve your travel memories.

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5 Things to Expect When Paddle Boarding for the First Time

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5 Things to Expect When Paddle Boarding for the First Time

Stand-up paddle boarding is fun and popular activity. Before your inaugural adventure, here’s what to expect when paddle boarding for the first time.

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6 Easy Recipes with Fresh Blueberries

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6 Easy Recipes with Fresh Blueberries

Not sure what to do with your U-pick blueberries? Here are 6 easy recipes with fresh blueberries.

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