Buckhead, once known as Irbyville, has a big-city vibe way beyond its famous malls.
A former warehouse district tucked under the Brooklyn Bridge — and known by the name DUMBO — has become one of New York’s more intriguing spots.
Midtown is Atlanta’s heart, a place known for good food, great theater and exuberant nightlife.
Berea, Ky., was a center of the Appalachian crafts revival in the 1890s. Today it’s home to shops, studios and an unusual school where students build fine wooden furniture and weave multicolor textiles. They’re part of a thriving population of artisan, instrument makers, furniture makers, jewelry designers, glass workers, potters, painters, sculptors and musicians.
If the siren’s call of Broadway beckons you — and you don’t have the cash to procure a top-drawer theater ticket — you needn’t fret. You can catch the vibe for much less. Our tips …