NASHVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 16: Taylor Swift performs the Alan Jackson song "Where Were You" at the 41st Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Renaissance Hotel on October 16, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Frederick Breedon IV/Getty Images)
Photo By: Frederick Breedon IV
Lawn Revolution: Contrasting Textures
The grass clumps are Muhlenbergia Rigens, surrounded by wood mulch, next to a path made of decomposed granite, which complements the dormant grass in color.
Photo By: Michael Thilgen and Four Dimensions Landscape
Since 1920, Hammond's Candies in Denver has been churning out hand-pulled lollipops, peppermint pillows and its world-famous candy canes, which can be found everywhere from the United States to Italy to Dubai.
Established in 1894, Palm Beach is America's first resort destination, featuring legendary upscale resorts and charming bed and breakfast inns.
Photo By: Kara Franker
Chicago Theater: Neo-Baroque and French Revival Style
Constructed in 1921 as a movie theater, The Chicago Theatre was designed by architects Cornelius W. Rapp and George L. Rapp in their signature Neo-Baroque, French Revival style.
Photo By: Cesar Russ Photography
Cranberry Bog in Middleborough, Mass.
You'll likely find a touch of Middleborough on your holiday dinner table: It's the cranberry capital of the world. The Ocean Spray company, headquartered here, is surrounded by acres of cranberry bogs and still gets much of its crop from area families who have been in the business for generations.