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Hunting in the Last Frontier

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Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler heads to Alaska’s isolated Seward Peninsula to see salmon fight their way upriver and see Eskimo descendants preserve them for the long winter.


Beyond bourbon in Louisville

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Combining a hipster vibe with sweet southern hospitality, Kentucky’s signature spirit is simply an aperitif to the city’s new gourmet eateries, independent shops and miles of trails.
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Detroit, beyond the bankruptcy

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Despite decades of decline in the Motor City, a deep-seated sense of hope shines through as enterprising locals take on the city’s revitalisation.


Localites

In San Francisco, modern art abounds

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Despite the closure of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art until 2016, there are still plenty of opportunities to get your culture fix around the city.
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The wild woodlands of the Great Smoky Mountains

The ethereal range on the Tennessee-North Carolina border is a paradox of ancient, eroded mountains located in the heart of the busy US south.


Fictional Footsteps

New Orleans’ film industry blooms

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Long an artistic hotbed, Louisiana’s largest city is becoming known as “Hollywood South”, acting as the setting for more than 60 feature films in 2012.
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