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A trip inside Yuengling: America's largest craft brewer

Established in 1829, D. G. Yuengling & Son is the oldest operating brewing company in the United States. Based on volume of beer sold in 2015, it is also the top craft beer company in the country.

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Wildlight: New urbanism's answer to lowcountry living?

Is it possible to create a community combining the best elements of Lowcountry southern living, cuisine and architecture with industry and New Urbanism? This major timber company believes so.

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Discovering the Atlanta you probably didn't know

Atlanta is known for a lot of things but being a historically pedestrian scale city is not one of them. However, an explosion in growth since 1950, that has lead to the metropolis sprawling across much of Georgia, can give off a quite deceiving impression.

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The power of public art: Murals show Jax's resilience

Once considered to be down and out, Jacksonville's urban core is a place on the move. The resilience of the city is captured in the rapidly expanding conversion of once bland building walls into powerful expressions of local public street art. Here's a small sample of what you can find in and around...

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The Tampa Riverwalk: 40 years from start to finish

A brief walking tour of one of Florida's most recent significant public waterfront investments: The Tampa Riverwalk

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An American Urban Anomaly: New Orleans

Haven't been to New Orleans in a while? Don't worry, we have you covered. Here's a brief photo tour of the urban core of one of the country's most beautiful cities.

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Asheville Bound: A Glimpse of Perfection

Melissa Hege, AICP of South Florida-based Melissa Hege City Planning LLC. takes a trip to Asheville, NC and shares what she learned about implementing smart and subtle, yet affordable urban design solutions.

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The South's 14 must-visit food halls

Here's a list of the best food halls around, if you find yourself in the South and in need of a bite to eat.

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4 little known facts about Ft Lauderdale we should know

A major tourist destination and yachting center with 165 miles of canals, Fort Lauderdale is known for several things. Being called a walkable city is not one of them. In 2003, the city launched a plan which specified design and density standards to encourage the development of a pedestrian-friendly...

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