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Neighborhood Guide: Ocean City, NJ

Max Rudyby Max Rudy August 8, 2013

“Now, if you’re going to qualify for utopian status in my family, the food better be damn good. And Ocean City delivers on and off its two-and-a-half-mile boardwalk.”

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Neighborhood Guide: Bar Harbor, ME

Casey Barberby Casey Barber August 20, 2012

“We’re kicking back at the Bar Harbor Manor with nothing on the agenda but strapping on our hiking boots, looping our way around the trails of Acadia National Park, walking the sandbar to Bar Island if the weather’s in our favor, and drinking lots of local beer. Here’s where you’ll always be able to find us on Mt. Desert Island.”

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Neighborhood Guide: Wolfeboro, New Hampshire

Guest Contributorby Guest Contributor August 9, 2012

“Don’t let Mitt scare you away—Wolfeboro is big enough for us all and too wonderful to miss. The antique shops, annual art fairs, bandstand performances, cute boutiques, and diverse food options make this trendy town arguably the best spot off Lake Winnipesaukee.”

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Neighborhood Guide: Charleston Chew

Guest Contributorby Guest Contributor July 19, 2012

“Not only was every single meal in Charleston remarkable, just about every server we encountered was warm, knowledgeable, and serious about their food. Charleston doesn’t seem to have the same reputation in the gastrosphere as Portland, but that may have more to do with a lack of hipster signifiers than a lack of worthy eats.”

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Neighborhood Guide: Des Moines

Guest Contributorby Guest Contributor May 10, 2012

“When I moved to Des Moines from Harlem about three years ago, I knew that I wanted to be in a neighborhood with a lot to offer. I was feeling ready for a change—but that didn’t extend to losing the convenience of city life that I was used to. I picked an apartment in the East Village, located on the east side of downtown between the gold-topped Capitol Building and the the river, because it was close to work, had independent boutiques, and a handful of fantastic restaurants.”

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Neighborhood Guide: Mill Valley, California

Guest Contributorby Guest Contributor March 1, 2012

“Mill Valley, California is tucked away at the base of Marin County’s Mt. Tamalpais, just a scant 13 miles from downtown San Francisco and just over the Golden Gate Bridge past Sausalito. Once upon a time, this small village was virtually unknown to outsiders, its population based largely around the mill that operated from its core.”

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