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Tragedy and Triumph, What it takes to say Help. Sorry. Love.

Free live music event scheduled for Saturday, November 7th that hopes to bring our communities together to inspire and help. Location: Wheatland Salem Church, 1852 95th St. Naperville, IL Live Musical Performances By: Jon Conover, Marco Saporito, Catie Parker, Pat Moynihan, Ted Morris and Nate Bradac ... Full story

Summer vacation fun is bigger and better in Texas

Summer has arrived in Texas, which means it’s time for a vacation. From soaking up the sun on the Texas coast to diving into the cool clear waters of a swimming hole, from outdoor adventures to amusement park thrills, there is no shortage of fun in the Lone Star State. Thanks to recent rain, lakes are full and landscapes are green and lush, perfect for your summer escape. ... Full story

Summer vacation on a budget? Here's how you do it

If you don’t have a lot of extra money to spend and you’re worried about your finances holding you back, there are ways to take an enjoyable spring vacation without blowing your budget. The five tips below can help you make the most of your summer vacation without breaking the bank. ... Full story

Tips for reclaiming some grown-up fun on family road trips

On family road trips, do you spend the entire drive listening to the music your kids prefer, playing their favorite games and generally doing everything you can to keep them content – and peaceful – in the car? ... Full story

5 exotic summer vacations that are a steal due to the strong dollar

Exotic locations like Bali, Rome and Sydney might be at the top of your bucket list, but this year experts say they should also be at the top of your summer vacation list. Today’s unusually strong dollar is allowing you to get a lot more for your money when you travel abroad. Travel experts say this year is one of the best times in modern history for Americans to explore the world and visit distant dream destinations. ... Full story

Spring vacation on a budget? Here's how you do it

Spring break is coming and after all the frost, wind and chill of the winter, you’ve earned some time to relax. ... Full story

South Texas, the hidden gem of the Lone Star State

For unexpected adventures, vibrant culture and a sub-tropical climate year-round, look no further than the Rio Grande Valley region of the Lone Star State. ... Full story

Fall in love with a trip to the Lone Star State

With the summer season winding down, the onset of fall foliage with the cooler temperatures, and a variety of events and festivals, fall presents one of the best times of year to visit the Lone Star State. ... Full story

Travel secrets revealed: How to experience a destination like a local

Travelers today want more from their vacations, including authentic experiences that are off the beaten path. ... Full story

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Traveling Murphy

Traveling Murphy started as a way for me to share all the unique restaurants and fun things to do in…Read more

Mallory Sills

Fashion Institute of Technology certified Image Consultant and Stylist, Mallory is driven to enhance confidence and celebrate women looking and…Read more

Sara Snelling, Fox Valley Nutritionist

Sara Snelling is an innovative, forward-thinking nutritionist with a food science, food service and food safety background. While earning her…Read more

11th Hour Bartending Services

We are a mobile bartending service located in the Fox Valley and have been bringing fun craft cocktails to private…Read more
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