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Traveling Lifestyle: National Geographic’s 5 Best U.S. Destinations For 2023

Every year, National Geographic produces its 25 ‘Best of the World’ travel list and this year five U.S. destinations made the 2023 list. The list which encourages travelers to travel to far flung destinations all around the globe chose: Big Bend National Park, TX, Milwaukee, WI, Utah, Charleston, SC and San Francisco, CA in its top 25 destinations. 

The Travel: 10 Things We Learned About National Geographic’s “Best Of The World 2023”: The Inside Scoop From Senior Editor Amy Alipio

As 2022 draws to a close and travel ramps back up, National Geographic is sharing its annual list of must-see destinations. For 2023, the Best Of The World list highlights 25 destinations across the globe, grouped into five categories. These are Family, Adventure, Culture, Nature, and, new this year, Community. The five categories provide criteria based on

LowcountryBizSC: Frampton Construction wraps up work on four-building industrial campus

Frampton Construction Company, LLC, a full-service construction firm providing planning and design support, preconstruction, and construction services, has completed the construction of TradePark East industrial campus in North Charleston, S.C. Developed by Trinity Capital Advisors, the 837,000-square-foot park features four Class-A industrial buildings located on Weber Boulevard in North Charleston’s rapidly growing Palmetto Commerce Park.

The Post and Courier: Episcopal Church leader to support new African American museum with special service

The leader of the Episcopal Church will come to the Charleston area for a special service in support of the International African American Museum. The Most Rev. Michael Curry, presiding bishop and primate of The Episcopal Church, will lead a worship service titled “The Journey: A Call to Action for Historical, Spiritual and Social Justice.”

Holy City Sinner: EVENTSInternational African American Museum to Welcome Bishop Curry for Pre-opening Service and Blessing

The Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry, the first African American presiding bishop and prelate of The Episcopal Church, will travel to Charleston to join the International African American Museum (IAAM) and the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina in a pre-opening worship service, “The Journey: A Call to Action for Historical, Spiritual and Social Justice.” Bishop

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