In the Crescent City, there’s a second line parade, happy hour, or dance party going on literally any time of day. Living in a 24/7 party town means the FOMO is real, but it also means there are plenty of ways you can impress and surprise a date -- whether it's your first time meeting up or your love has stood the test of time. Here are a bunch of date ideas in New Orleans, including a mix of high-end, cheap, and free options, because everybody deserves a lovely night out.
Dating in Seattle can be... a unique experience. Once you start to factor in our oscillating weather patterns, innumerable coffee shops, bars, and breweries, and no shortage of activities to get involved with, finding someone new to spend time with can feel like a job in and of itself. But we don't believe that it should be, so we came up with a list of 22 awesome date ideas that won't break the bank.
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Just because the Super Bowl was a major letdown, doesn’t mean this weekend has to be. There’s lady arm wrestlers, a pajama bar crawl, a pedway scavenger hunt, and the roller derby championships -- plus the Chicago Auto Show and Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade in addition to a film screening with John Cusack. Sure beats looking at a shirtless Adam Levine playing Maroon 5 songs. Here’s everything you need to do in Chicago this weekend.
All over the country, college students decide to take a week off from reality, go somewhere warm, and do things they’ll deny in future job interviews. The problem for party people is, alas, deciding where to go to party. The problem for everyone else is figuring out where to go to avoid them. Whether you’re looking to rage or relax this spring, here are the best places to travel in March.
Lunar New Year is a sacred time for many Asian cultures. This year is the Year of the Pig, the last animal in the Chinese zodiac and marking completion of a 12-year cycle. The new year -- falling on February 5 -- brings with it good fortune, as we sweep away the dregs of the past and make room for future prosperity. If you want to get in on the fun, here's a smattering of domestic celebrations ushering in a year of good will and fortune.
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A brisk 30-minute drive from Denver, Boulder is a town that often gets lumped in with the Mile High when it comes to talks of where to eat and what to do. But it shouldn’t. Boulder has got a personality all its own, and a walk down Pearl Street with its ever-rotating cast of street performers will make that abundantly clear.
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There's never been a better time to be meatless in America. Plant-based burgers are achieving the impossible. People are figuring out how to make incredible burgers out of cantaloupe. They're making huge strides in lab-grown meat, although the vegetarian status of that is certainly up for debate. Also, perhaps most importantly, these 21 plant-based restaurants exist as not just fantastic examples of vegan and vegetarian fare, but top restaurants, period.
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"Teetering in the unknown" doesn't necessarily mean winging it -- you need to know where to go before you actually go, and just as important is the why and the when. That's where we come in. We polled industry experts and professional travelers all over the world, littered our office with maps, and even asked our friends and coworkers and moms, to find the 19 coolest places to visit in 2019.
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Yeah, there are some terrible cheesesteaks out there, but there are terrible cheesesteaks in Philly, too. And as in Philly, there are some surprisingly great cheesesteaks scattered throughout the country, some of which can hold their own next to Philadelphia's finest. After all, sliced ribeye, processed cheese, and good Italian rolls aren't exclusive to Pennsylvania.
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Budget airlines might be slowly squeezing you into tighter and tighter spaces like the Death Star trash compactor, but they’re making flights to Europe cheaper than ever. If you’ve never been able to afford the airfare in previous years, now might be the time for your first European trip. January is the cheapest month for buying flights overall in 2019, but there are also a lot of specific destinations where flight prices are dropping steeply compared to what they were in previous years.
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