A Very Barry Branson Premieres Feb. 5

January 27, 2015 | news
Barry Williams on stage in Branson. Hollywood heads to Missouri in Great American Country’s newest original series, A Very Barry Branson. Premiering Thursday, February 5 at 9/8c, the series features television’s most reliable big brother, Barry Williams (“Greg” from The Brady Bunch), as he launches a 1970s musical variety show in Branson, Missouri. In A Very Barry Branson, Barry learns that to create a successful and fun live music show t
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Glamping at Paws Up Is All About the Butlers

January 26, 2015 | news
Photo courtesy of Paws Up. Roughing it on a family camping trip may not be for everyone, but a “glamping” trip to The Resort at Paws Up in Greenough, Montana, may just change the mind of even the most resistant camper. At Paws Up, it isn’t just about the basic camping needs of water, fire and shelter, it’s about the butlers. That’s right – butlers. Watch: Tour The Resort at Paws Up » At Paws Up, campers have butlers at their beck an
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HGTV Dream Home 2015 Sweepstakes

January 25, 2015 | news
Enter the HGTV Dream Home 2015 Sweepstakes for your chance to win a Grand Prize valued at over $2 million, including a Cape Cod-style home located on Martha’s Vineyard, luxurious furnishings from Ethan Allen, a 2015 GMC® Acadia Denali and $250,000 cash prize. Enter daily through February 17. This year’s  HGTV Dream Home offers an elegant twist on the traditional, coastal vacation house. Take a video tour of the indoor spaces a
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HGTV Dream Home 2015 Sweepstakes

January 25, 2015 | news
Enter the HGTV Dream Home 2015 Sweepstakes for your chance to win a Grand Prize valued at over $2 million, including a Cape Cod-style home located on Martha’s Vineyard, luxurious furnishings from Ethan Allen, a 2015 GMC® Acadia Denali and $250,000 cash prize. Enter daily through February 17. This year’s  HGTV Dream Home offers an elegant twist on the traditional, coastal vacation house. Take a video tour of the indoor spaces a
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Carrie Underwood Keeps No. 1 Streak Alive on Top 20

January 23, 2015 | news
Carrie Underwood remained at No. 1with “Something In The Water” on this week’s Top 20 Country Countdown. Tim McGraw and Blake Shelton with Ashley Monroe rounded out the Top 3. Katie Armiger had the lone countdown debut this week, coming in at No. 19 with her latest, “One Night Between Friends.” Top 20 Photo Gallery » Want to re-watch some of your favorite interviews? Get Top 20 online extras, including videos and photos. You c
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8 Family-Friendly Spring Break Destinations

January 23, 2015 | news
It may be winter, but Spring Break is right around the corner. While this unofficial “holiday” is usually celebrated in mid-March for southern states and colleges, it falls closer to Easter in the North and Midwest. Either way, as college kids flock to Florida beaches, there are plenty of other destinations for the family-friendly crowd. U.S. Space and Rocket Center – Alabama Head to Huntsville for an out-of-this-world exp
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Celebrate Off the Map Finale with Recipes from the Show

January 22, 2015 | news
We’re excited and sad that this Friday is the finale of Off the Map With Shannen &  Holly. This week’s episode is the best adventure yet, as the ladies head to Florida for whale sharks and a high-stakes poker game. They also learn how to make Key lime pie at the famous Red Bar, recipes below. “Customers love them. When you’re in Florida you have to have Key lime pie,” says chef Calvin Bradley. Make these treats for you
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Historic East Coast Boardwalks

January 19, 2015 | news
The East Coast is home to the amusement park. As cities rapidly grew in the late 1800s, people flocked to the Atlantic to beat the summer heat. Boardwalks were built to keep tourists from tracking sand into hotels, and before long, those boardwalks were booming with food, entertainment and, eventually, amusement rides. In All-American Amusement Parks, host JD Scott explores three of the most famous East Coast boardwalks and gets the lowdown
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Historic East Coast Boardwalks

January 19, 2015 | news
The East Coast is home to the amusement park. As cities rapidly grew in the late 1800s, people flocked to the Atlantic to beat the summer heat. Boardwalks were built to keep tourists from tracking sand into hotels, and before long, those boardwalks were booming with food, entertainment and, eventually, amusement rides. In All-American Amusement Parks, host JD Scott explores three of the most famous East Coast boardwalks and gets the lowdown
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Historic East Coast Boardwalks

January 19, 2015 | news
The East Coast is home to the amusement park. As cities rapidly grew in the late 1800s, people flocked to the Atlantic to beat the summer heat. Boardwalks were built to keep tourists from tracking sand into hotels, and before long, those boardwalks were booming with food, entertainment and, eventually, amusement rides. In All-American Amusement Parks, host JD Scott explores three of the most famous East Coast boardwalks and gets the lowdown
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