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Midwest Living editors have been visiting the region's small towns for more than 25 years. Here are our top 100 places to escape for a little shopping, sightseeing and relaxing.
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In northwest Wisconsin, days bring hiking in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and paddling the Namekagon River; nights bring campfires, cozy cabins and starry skies. Check out our picks for what to do, where to eat and where to stay in the Hayward area.
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And so, we come to perhaps the bloodiest chapter in the long and violent history of the Midwest region. And here, I’m speaking of Luverne, Minnesota, 1979– commonly referred to by laypeople as the...
Diner lights through the evening fog, Brattleboro, Vermont Taken December 2018
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Whether you're up for a short ramble or a more adventurous outing, we've got ideas throughout the Midwest for parks where you can stretch your legs and enjoy the best of Midwest fall color.
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I can agree that Minnesota tends to think of itself as rather different from those lesser states around us, but I think a more accurate caption would be an arrow pointing north and the sentiment …
Midwest Gothic is a type of Regional Gothic aesthetic characterized by the portrayal of common facets of the Midwestern American lifestyle in a macabre light. Like many other Regional Gothic aesthetics, it originated and rose to popularity in the middle 2010s on Tumblr. Just to clarify however, This ain't Midwest life. The person who told you that lives in a studio apartment in a major city and wants to live the "pure life" without actually knowing what it is. The Midwest is city, town…
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The spike in tornado activity this week, explained.
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There are thousands of Midwest attractions worth seeing, but when you only get one lifetime to see it all, you’ve gotta be a little choosy. This list of 100 things to do features our top tips for unforgettable getaways.
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