small towns

Before I left on my cycling trip, I had planned to film short interviews with locals for a partner project, No Labels, a
Some towns charmed travelers with their mix of quirky qualities. "With just one stroll through downtown Asheville on a Saturday
Kenesaw, Nebraska is about as big as it sounds. It is a quick burst of texture along the railroad line to Hastings with houses, sheds and the remainder of a grain elevator reaching out of the Southern Nebraska prairie on either side of Smith Avenue.
Who wouldn't want to live in Never Never Land, where forever never ends and all you need is faith, trust and pixie dust? Where a boy with buff quads in tights fights pirates and tells you to leave the world behind and bid your cares goodbye?
5. Living in a remote area, especially in nature is very uplifting, quiet and inspiring. Have you noticed when you go for
Apostle Islands near Bayfield, Wisconsin Related: Top 9 things heard on family road trips - and how to deal 2. Mineral Point
For a dose of absurdly quaint New England charm, it's tough to do better than this town in the Green Mountains. Complete
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas... especially at your next-door neighbor's neon nativity scene, which is totally pulling focus from your classy white twinkle lights. But these 11 towns in America are taking Christmas to a whole new level.
Transphobia is not what we should be teaching at our schools. Instead, we should be preaching and practicing tolerance and acceptance. Remember that transgender students are not lying, they are not dangerous, they are not tools for your bigotry.
As any small-town aficionado will tell you, there are plenty of advantages to living away from the big city, and you don't have to completely abandon your urban lifestyle.
'Tis the season for driving around and gawking at leaves.
Living in the heart of America's Heartland lends itself to wonderful exploratory road trips. From Great Plains to arid Badlands, Great Lakes to Ozark Mountains, the Midwest is far more than flat land filled with corn, beans, and hogs.
I know, I know -- everyone's squawking about how it's an extension of Williamsburg, or giving you their recommendation for the most rustic home goods store in Hudson. But if you peel just off the main drag, you'll find the places that make the area special and worth a little exploring.
Sure, we love big, bustling cities. But there's something to be said for small towns where life moves slower, traditions are everywhere and the people stop to say hello.
Cities are great for so many reasons (the convenience, the culture, the 127 different kinds of Thai delivery). But there's also something to be said for small towns (quaint Main Streets, kooky annual festivals and charm out the wazoo).