Month: March 2021

West Virginia isn’t exactly known as a craft beer state. With 28 operational breweries, Mountaineers rank dead last in the nation for per-capita production and economic impact, and other metrics don’t place them much higher.  Yet West Virginia produces some impressive liquid put out by breweries like Morgantown Brewing, Chestnut Brew Works, and Greenbrier Valley
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In this article EXPE valentinrussanov | E+ | Getty Images Many Americans are thinking of travel again. And who can blame them? After all, it’s been more than a year of seesawing coronavirus infection rates, on-again, off-again lockdown restrictions, and simple quarantine fatigue. As anti-Covid-19 vaccination efforts gather steam nationwide, tourism suppliers are tracking increased
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Koh Phangan, Thailand (CNN) — It’s approaching sundown on a full moon Saturday, but revelry is in short supply in Haad Rin, home of Koh Phangan’s legendary Full Moon Party. The deserted streets of this small town are a study in neglect, an impression brought cruelly into focus by the ongoing global pandemic. Shabby shops
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The stay-at-home guidance has ended and the rule of six has returned in England. This brings to an end five months of some form of guidance restricting travel within England. Other rules still apply for travel to, and within, other parts of the UK.  In England, the lifting of the “stay-at-home” Government rule is part of
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With so many spectacular national parks in Utah, its state parks are often overlooked. But don’t sleep on them, Utah is one of the most beautiful states in America!To help you in your quest to visit these under-appreciated areas, we’ve gathered basic itineraries for three road trips that take you to 11 of Utah’s best state
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People walk along Ocean Drive on March 21, 2021 in Miami Beach, Florida. College students have arrived in the South Florida area for the annual spring break ritual, prompting city officials to impose an 8pm to 6am curfew as the coronavirus pandemic continues. Joe Raedle | Getty Images The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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A reservation at Manhattan’s Carbone may be nearly impossible to secure, but the flavors of the esteemed Italian restaurant are getting a little closer to your palate. And pantry. A new consumer goods brand, Carbone Fine Food, will launch with a line of restaurant-quality pasta sauces, available to consumers on the East Coast. Years in
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