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Mike’s Travelogue: AZ Good AZ it Gets

SPONSORED POST – The final road trip of the year is perfectly timed: Phoenix in January. While the rain and drizzle won’t relent at home, see the sun, the palm trees and the saguaro while catching a heated division rivalry. The stadium is in Glendale, land of chain restaurants and fast food. If you want […]
21 days ago
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Mike’s Travelogue: Oooh, LA, LA!

SPONSORED POST – If you can only plan one football trip this season, doesn’t it have to be to Los Angeles to see the newest stadium in great weather while it rains at home? Don’t you want to see a huge divisional rivalry in a totally new setting? The only problem with a trip to […]
23 days ago
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Mike’s Travelogue: Star in a Lone Star Adventure

SPONSORED POST – Dallas has its cowboy hats. Austin has hipsters. San Antonio remembers the Alamo. But what about Houston? Named for famed general and statesman Sam Houston (who played a significant role in the Texas Revolution), it doesn’t get talked about enough as one of the country’s biggest cities, but Houston has the fourth […]
1 month ago
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Mike’s Travelogue: Capitalize on a DC Trip

SPONSORED POST – The White House. The Capital. The Washington Monument. Yes, they are all in Washington DC but I’m assuming you don’t need a guide to find some of the most famous tourist attractions in the entire country. Just drive into DC and start touring! But you’re going to want to find the perfect […]
2 months ago
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Mike’s Travelogue: The Best Way to Green Bay

SPONSORED POST – There are a number of ways to get to Green Bay for a football game. You can fly to Chicago and make the three hour trek north. Or you can fly through Milwaukee and shave an hour off that drive. If you seriously hate to drive, you can connect in either Minneapolis […]
2 months ago
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Mike’s Travelogue: Penn-cil in a Pittsburgh Trip

SPONSORED POST – Growing up, I always thought Pittsburgh would be ugly. The old stadiums and steel mills that had clearly seen their best days. When I finally visited there in college, I found out that nothing could have been further from the truth. After a resurgence and influx of investment in the 1990’s, Pittsburgh […]
2 months ago
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Mike’s Travelogue: Go Above and Bay-ond

SPONSORED POST – “Ork,” says the giant beast. “Ork, ork, ork” choruses the 800 some odd thousand pounds of sea lion friends sharing Pier 39. They are busy lounging on the docks, occasionally pushing each other into the water, and finding a snack now and again. I’ve spent more time than I care to admit […]
2 months ago