Sep 17 2016

Alabama Travel Coverage – The New York Times

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From Michigan to Alabama, a 690-Mile Yard Sale


Travel down U.S. Highway 127 and meet the people at the world’s longest yard sale — an annual four-day exchange of not only goods, but also stories.

Driving the Juke Joint Trail

Once too numerous to count, many juke joints have slipped away. So what remains? A pilgrimage through the South reveals the music and magic keeping this culture alive.

On the Path of Walker Evans

Few guidebooks navigate the highways that stretch from Birmingham to Selma, Ala. and it can seem as if little has changed since Mr. Evans photographed the area in 1936.

36 Hours in Birmingham, Ala.

The city still has an ability to surprise the uninitiated, particularly for modern visitors who arrive with collective memories of the city’s violent civil rights past.

Most Days Are for Fishing and a Few for Nascar


Logan Martin Lake is a community with plenty of fishing and water sports, just miles from the Talladega Superspeedway.

Discovering Alabama From Its Watery Byway

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