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    12 Can’t-Miss Summer Music Festivals in Pennsylvania

    Happy Travelers, are you dreaming of all-star musical lineups in the greater-than-great outdoors? Us too! Spanning a variety of genres, there are sweet melodies, toe-tapping tunes, and bumping rhythm for everyone to enjoy at Pennsylvania’s multitude of open-air music festivals. Get ready to dance your heart out this summer here in the Keystone State!

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Celebrate Thanksgiving at a PA Resort

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Gateway Lodge in Cooksburg is offering a special Thanksgiving deal Nov. 22-24 complete with a little rest and relaxation. Spend two nights in a luxurious fireside Jacuzzi suite and dig into their deliciously prepared Thanksgiving meal. Relax in the Great Room next to a roaring fire, indulge in a leisurely soak in your Jacuzzi or take a rigorous hike through Cook Forest — use this getaway to relax however suits you best!

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10 Charming Spots to Shop Local in Pennsylvania

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1. Lawrenceville

One of Pittsburgh’s trendiest neighborhoods, Lawrenceville is booming with local shops and galleries. Stop in for happy hour at a local craft brewery before experiencing the rest of what the neighborhood has to offer. If you have a sweet tooth, you’re in for a treat Dec. 1-3 with Lawrenceville’s Cookie Tour, when local shops and purveyors give away their favorite Pittsburgh traditional cookies.

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