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A Day in 18b, The Las Vegas Arts District

In the past decade, the downtown neighborhood known as 18b has grown and transformed into the Las Vegas Arts District offering galleries, studios,...

by CBS Las Vegas
, August 30, 2014


A Day In Los Feliz

(credit: Carol Young) When you think of neighborhoods in Los Angeles, the touristy icons immediately come to mind. While those areas are equipped...

by CBS Los Angeles
, August 30, 2014


A Day In New Haven’s Historic District

At one time Connecticut’s co-capital city, New Haven is teeming with fine dining, culture and entertainment. There’s no way you can get...

by CBS Connecticut
, August 30, 2014


A Day In Hyde Park

Hyde Park is a beautiful, well-kept Tampa neighborhood with ample opportunities for shopping, dining and entertainment. You don’t have to live...

by CBS Tampa
, August 30, 2014


A Day In Trinity Groves

> Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Photo by CBS 11 Thanks to the completion of the Margaret H. Hunt Bridge, West Dallas is taking on new life. Most...

by CBS Dallas Ft. Worth
, August 30, 2014


A Day In Ballard

Ballard is the Scandinavian enclave of the Seattle area, and is just a few minutes northwest of downtown Seattle. The community includes several...

by CBS Seattle
, August 30, 2014


A Day In South End

Charlotte’s hottest neighborhood is the South End. Located just south of Uptown, South End is filled with trendy restaurants, exciting shopping and...

by CBS Charlotte
, August 30, 2014


A Day In Chicago’s Lincoln Square

Lincoln Square, known for its German influence, has grown to be an eclectic community filled with both old and new establishments. You can walk down...

by CBS Chicago
, August 30, 2014


A Day In University Circle

There’s a certain vibe about being in a college community and the University Circle district of Cleveland is one of the liveliest. There’...

by CBS Cleveland
, August 30, 2014


A Day In Chestnut Hill

Philadelphia’s Chestnut Hill area is a vibrant, highly livable neighborhood on the outskirts of Philadelphia. More than just a desirable bedroom...

by CBS Philadelphia
, August 30, 2014


A Day In San Francisco’s Union Square

(credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Known as the heart of San Francisco, Union Square is a vibrant center rich in history and culture with a...

by CBS San Francisco
, August 30, 2014


A Day In Lawrenceville

Photo Credit: KDKA A day in Pittsburgh’s iconic Lawerenceville may look something like this: shop, eat, drink, shop, relax, socialize, eat....

by CBS Pittsburgh
, August 30, 2014


A Perfect Day In Boston’s Back Bay

Boston’s Back Bay (File image: iStockphoto) There’s something special about Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. The satisfying...

by CBS Boston
, August 30, 2014


A Day In Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta

Outdoor, indoor, restaurant, live music or art – no matter what your taste or entertainment desire, you’ll find it in Old Fourth Ward. It...

by CBS Atlanta
, August 30, 2014


A Day In Towson

Towson is a clean and exciting college town just a bit north of Baltimore City. Like any college town, there are almost too many things to do in...

by CBS Baltimore
, August 30, 2014


10 Barrel Big Ol’ Pumpkin Beer in Bottles

Alas pumpkin beer season is here and 10 Barrel Brewing is the latest to bottle one with “Big Ol’ Pumpkin” – a 9.3% Abv...

by The New School Beer
Special Contributor, August 30, 2014


10 Great Urban Agriculture Projects in San Antonio

Communities everywhere are recognizing the value of local, healthy food, and taking action by starting urban agriculture projects. Check out these...

by Food Tank
Special Contributor, August 30, 2014


‘Di Wu Plays Mendelssohn’

By Melony Roy PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Chamber Orchestra’s 50th Anniversary Season opens with “Di Wu Plays Mendelssohn” on...

by CBS Philadelphia
, August 30, 2014


14 Ways to Pig Out on International Bacon Day

Bacon Bowls Photo by Anastasia Yip Still want to celebrate, but only have your dorm room as a kitchen space? This recipe is quick, easy and only...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, August 30, 2014


Subscription Food Delivery: Is it worth?

Most of us live pretty busy lives and with so many tasks to keep up with, cooking seems to go on the background. Furthermore, to prepare a good meal...

by Emma Smith
, August 30, 2014


Glamping: A Backwoods Gourmet Experience

Glamping, or glamourous camping, is a kind of camping that comes with heated and air conditioned “tents,” which look like the tents at the...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, August 30, 2014


What Food Can Dublin Offer Our Football Players?

Their diet? Whole grains. Unprocessed foods. Meat and protein. Protein and meat. You get it. Now, with our boys being in Dublin, it’s fair to...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, August 30, 2014


Roll On Sushi Diner

From August 3rd-13th, several of your favorite Austin eateries, bars and trailers donated 10% of proceeds to their non-profit of choice as part of ...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, August 29, 2014


Historians, Artists Revive Legacy Of Chinese Shrimp Industry In San Francisco Bay

SAN RAFAEL (KPIX 5) — A forgotten slice of Bay Area maritime history is being revived by a group of artists and historians retracing Chinese...

by CBS San Francisco
, August 29, 2014


Woman Sips Toxic Tea At Dickey’s Barbeque & Survives

SALT LAKE CITY (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A Utah woman who nearly died after unknowingly drinking iced tea mixed with chemicals spoke publicly for the first...

by CBS Dallas Ft. Worth
, August 29, 2014