The Top Five Food Trucks in America

Food trucks have captured the hearts of Americans from coast to coast. They come in all shapes and sizes and at the end of the day, what’s more convenient than a rolling restaurant? But there’s more to food trucks than convenience. Check out our list of the top five food trucks across the United States.

In 2011, the revenue of the U.S.’s food truck industry grew to $630 million!

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An Inside Look at Times Square

Times Square, the Center of the Universe, the Crossroads of the World… call it what you will, but with 39 million annual visitors a year, it wins the title of most visited tourist attraction in the world.


Iconic Times Square in New York, New York

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A Ship in the Harbor is Safe…


A Ship in the Harbor is Safe...

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Travel Tips for the City by the Bay: Part #3

Thinking of a trip to San Francisco?  A few weeks back, we turned to our users for some suggestions about what to do when traveling to the city by the bay. (See Part #1 and/or #2)

See the Painted Ladies on Steiner Street across from Alamo Park when you travel to San Francisco!

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Poll: What do Americans really think of other Americans?

It’s no secret that the United States is made up of 50 unique states, each with its own characteristics and personality. But what do Americans really think of each other? Well, Business Insider did the research and the results are in… and quite interesting, I might add. Take a look.

Massachusetts has the weirdest accent, with Louisiana in a close second.

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Massachusetts has the weirdest accent.

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