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Trust us when we say, any true fan of Tara (or Scarlett O’Hara’s flowing dresses) needs to experience Clayton County and all its 19th century flairs.
The literary world was introduced to the smooth-talking, emotionally isolated agent in 1953 when Ian Fleming published the first book about him, but it wasn't until the movie Dr. No featuring Sean ...
It's no secret things can take a magical turn after dark. Spurred by the hit film Night at the Museum, museums, zoos, and galleries across the country have begun opening their doors to nighttime vi...
They inspired tales of romance, fantasy and fiction. They were symbols of power and protection, forts that could withstand siege and devastation, repelling enemies and guarding the wealth of those ...
Everyone loves a good movie, but some are a bit more passionate than others. True fanatics will travel to the ends of the Earth just to see the locations of their favorite films or the homes of fam...
I’ll be the first to admit, I don’t like fantasy or sci-fi. I’ve never seen Star Wars, Star Trek, Harry Potter the Hobbit, or yes, any of the Lord of the Rings movies. Despite being the best sellin...
Jay Gatsby may have lived in Long Island, but the real party was happening in Newport, Rhode Island. During the height of the Victorian and Industrial eras, America’s wealthiest sought to stake the...
Snuggled between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, most visitors to Louisiana pass by the state’s oldest city without so much as a sideways glance. While it is famous in part due to the movie, Steel Mag...
Kansas, wanting to see if their moniker, “flat as a pancake,” actually held true was scientifically proven by researchers who did in fact compare the state’s topography to a pancake. That experimen...
Pop culture doesn’t (always) lie: the Northwest is a rainy place. Sure, we get less actual rainfall than lots of other places, but we have more rainy days. From October to June (in a bad year) ther...