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    The Go List: August 27
    Our top 10 picks for your weekend fun!
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    Leaf Peeper Sweepstakes
    Share your photos or just let use know the best spots to view fall foliage.
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    Foliage drive: Cabot Trail
    Looping around Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, the Cabot Trail is a glorious scenic coastal drive.
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    AAA Horizons digital magazine
    Check out the September/October 2015 issue of AAA Horizons Digital Magazine to find the best fall foliage drives, local fairs and festivals, stick-to-your-ribs barbecue, AAA Diamond dining and more.
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    Foliage drive: New England college towns
    We offer an itinerary for viewing the beauty of in some of the region’s quintessential college towns amid the splendor of fall.
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    Tech Talk: Lighter automobiles
    Automakers are putting vehicles on a diet to better meet stringent fuel economy standards.
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    Alaska
    The Great Land yields stunning views on ice.
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    In Your Backyard: Significant structures
    Scattered throughout the area are places like Boston’s Public Library that are architectural or historical gems.
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    Celebrating 95 years
    AAA’s School Safety Patrol program marks a major milestone in giving children leadership opportunities while strengthening safety around schools.
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The Go List: August 27
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Recipes
July 2015
Hickory Smoked Pulled Duck Sliders
Lobster Sandwich
Naan "Philly" Sandwich
Po'Boy Sandwich
Sea Scallop Sandwiches with Citrus Juices
Turkey and Bacon Sandwich with Arugula Mayonnaise

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RISD Museum exhibit is lens to lesser-known art of Andy Warhol
A journey through Thoreau’s woods
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From Lovecraft to literati, a home for all at the Providence Athenaeum
From Lovecraft to literati, a home for all at the Providence Athenaeum
Designed by William Strickland in 1836, the Providence Athenaeum welcomes visitors to stop by, explore the winding columns of shelves or wonder at the Greek Revival architecture. ...
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History is perfectly preserved at the Thomas Darling House in Woodbridge, Conn.
History is perfectly preserved at the Thomas Darling House in Woodbridge, Conn.
It’s rare for a house to be owned by the same family for 200 years, and even more unusual for it to experience few renovations. The Thomas Darling House in Woodbridge, Conn., is a pristine example of a Colonial Cape with a gambrel roof and center chimney. It was built from 1772 to 1774 and is on the National Register of Historic Places....
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House is a slice of Colonial life in bustling heart of Fall River, Mass.
House is a slice of Colonial life in bustling heart of Fall River, Mass.
From the outside, the Lafayette Durfee House looks like a prime example of a classic New England colonial, but walk in and you’re tempted to picture Thomas Durfee, the legendary judge who would become an integral part of the American Revolution, hosting meetings that would stoke the fire of unrest....
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Great 8: Top spots to meat up in Massachusetts and New Hampshire
Great 8: Top spots to meat up in Massachusetts and New Hampshire
When Phantom gets the craving for a good steak, nothing can stand in his way. These are eight of the greatest places for New York strips, filet mignon and T-bones....
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Eating Out: Classic cuts shine at Ocean State steakhouses
Eating Out: Classic cuts shine at Ocean State steakhouses
Restaurant concepts come and go, but the steakhouse is tried and true. It’s no surprise that Rhode Island is home to some terrific ones; after all, The Capital Grille got its start in Providence in 1990 before growing into a national chain with 50-plus locations....
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Dining Out in Connecticut: Local steakhouses serve up prime fare
Dining Out in Connecticut: Local steakhouses serve up prime fare
Burger emporiums – and not just the fast food joints – are racking up strong sales. Americans haven’t lost their appetite for meat, and these shops satisfy that craving at mostly reasonable prices. ...
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10 TripTiks

Got fans? Then head for the halls
By Christine E. McDermott

1. Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2. International Tennis Hall of Fame Museum, Newport, R.I.
3. Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Springfield, Mass.
4. NASCAR Hall of Fame, Charlotte, N.C.
5. National Aviation Hall of Fame, Dayton, Ohio
6. National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Cooperstown, N.Y.
7. National Toy Hall of Fame, Rochester, N.Y.
8. National Women's Hall of Fame, Seneca Falls, N.Y.
9. Pro Football Hall of Fame, Canton, Ohio
10. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Cleveland, Ohio

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