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'This is My South' author Caroline Eubanks shares the offbeat attractions that make the South such a great region for road trips.

Central Louisiana brims with history, ghost stories and spirits, especially in the Red River city of Alexandria. 

Camp in luxury, while still roasting marshmallows over the fire, in cozy cabins, teepees and tents from Florida to Tennessee. 

Walk in the footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe in Charleston for Halloween.

Fall is upon us and with November being National Literary Month, that means it's the season of autumnal literary festivals.

On the anniversary of Emmett Till's death, and with the case recently reopened, we are launching a two-part series on the national Civil Rights Trail, which tells the story of our nation's racial progress. 

Iconic scenes from movies like "Nights in Rodanthe" and Natalie Wood's "Brainstorm," the legacy of the Wright brothers' taking flight and one of the best beaches in America are just some of the scenes you'll find in the Outer Banks this summer. 

Seeing the South via road takes quite a bit of planning, complete with phone in hand.

With the reopening of Andalusia and a cool breeze flowing off the Oconee River, Milledgeville, Georgia, has something for everyone in summertime. 

A roundup of the Southern beachside settings from this year's Summer Reading List.

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