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Bales of corn stalks covered with dusting of snow near La Vista, Neb., late last month. Despite getting big storms in Dec, much of the U.S. is still desperate for relief from the nation€™s longest dry spell in decades. experts say it will take an absurd amount of snow to ease the woes of farmers and ranchers.-------- Corn stalks stand in a snowy field near La Vista, Neb., in this photo from Dec. 28, 2012. www.syracuse.com/...

SAN FRANCISCO -- The shore of California’s Lake Oroville hasn’t looked this way in modern history.

What to Do in Savannah Georgia for Two Days: An Itinerary

25 Things to do in Disneyland What to do in Savannah, Georgia, from exploring the historic district to meeting mountain lions!

New Orleans Warehouse District Condos and the Central business District, The Downtown New Orleans Neighborhood

Forget the French Quarter, NOLA's brand of hipster hangs here. The neighborhood, also known as the Arts District, touts amazing restaurants (including Emeril Lagasse's original restaurant), access to the Crescent City farmers market, and a collection of galleries and museums that include the Contemporary Arts Center and the National World War II Museum. America's Best Hipster Neighborhoods - pg.11

A Weekend Guide to Savannah

We're trading in our skyscrapers and bustling sidewalks for the historic sites and tree lined streets of this Southern destination. It's time to explore the charming city of Savannah, Georgia to see what exactly makes this eclectic, vibrant place sparkle.

Warehouse District, New Orleans

Warehouse District, New Orleans

Nashville Travel Guide: Where to Eat, Shop, and Stay

East Nashville is HOT! Mas Taco's Por Favor in East Nashville. I hear amazing things about this quaint taco shop. Be prepared for odd service hours though.

Neighborhood Guide to Magazine Street

is a six-mile New Orleans journey filled with nearly every type of shop and restaurant and bar imaginable. Hipster end of town, young crowd, great restaurants.

22 Things You Have to Explain to Out-of-Towners About New Orleans