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It’s no secret that with the beauty of Michigan in winter, some stereotypes come along with it. This certainly rings true in the Upper Peninsula, which some people think is nearly inhabitable during the cold weather months. But as U.P. residents and enthusiasts will tell you, there’s so much to enjoy during a Pure Michigan Snow Day in the U.P. Read below as two U.P.

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SHAREyaraicho by Satoko Shinohara / Spatial Design Studio + Ayano Uchimura / A studio. The facade of the building is only covered by a translucent plastic sheet. When the fabric is unzipped, passersby may peak in on the residents making furniture for their rooms or enjoying a cup of tea together.

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"The Residents - The White Single" #records #vinyl

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Clueless Reunion, The Office Reunion, Cast Photos

THE CAST OF ONE TREE HILL The residents of Tree Hill, North Carolina, relocated to the City of Light when cast members reunited with fans at the From Wilmington to Paris convention in France on Oct. 18, 2014. Long out of high school, former Ravens Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Lenz and Sophia Bush paused for a selfie, and Bush summed up the experience on Instagram as "basically the best." The actress also posed with "my two favorite Scotts," on-screen father-son duo Paul Johansson and James…

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"Mystery Grave" of Fairview Cemetery - Van Buren, Arkansas - One of DeSoto's Soldiers? One of the South's most intriguing legends surrounds what the residents of Van Buren, Arkansas, call "the Mystery Grave." Located in the old section of the history city on the Arkansas River, the unusual old stone enclosed grave is clearly very old. But if local folklore is to be believed, it is actually so old that it once contained a soldier from the Hernando de Soto expedition, which explored

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Malgrat de Mar by Territori24, in Malgrat de Mar, Spain, showing how collaboration with local residents can become the easy way to revitalize the neighborhood

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An Introduction to Little Havana Miami Florida

An Introduction to Little Havana Miami Florida. Little Havana is located just west of Downtown Miami along 8th Street also known as “Calle Ocho”. Currently, the residents of the community are mostly Central and South American, but the area got it’s name for originally being inhabited by Cuban immigrants. It's only a few blocks long but it has character and life to it and is definitely worth exploring further.

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