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Here are the top ten articles for the Southeast USA Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Traditional New Years Day Meal
Traditional New Years day meals served in the South considered to bring good fortune for the coming year
2. Ringing in 2014 in South Carolina
A variety of celebration options for ringing in 2014 in South Carolina
"What is a grit?" The perennial question asked by so-called comedians looking for a laugh at the expense of a large portion of the population of the United States. If you are interested in Southern culture and cuisine, a better question to ask would be: "What are grits?" Here's the answer.
4. Edisto Island South Carolina
Thinking about visiting the coast of South Carolina, consider making Edisto Island your destination spot.
5. Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center - Mobile
If you're looking for a great family adventure in Mobile, you've found it in this place. Discover the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center in Mobile, AL.
6. Holiday Events at Southeast Zoos
Holiday events occurring at the Birmingham, Atlanta and Columbia Zoos
7. Jobs Across the Southeast
Like most of the country, the Southeast US has been hit hard by problems with the economy. Unemployment in the country is 8.2%. In the Southeast, Alabama is doing the better than the national average at 7.4% while both Georgia and South Carolina are above the median with 8.9% and 9.1% respectively.
8. Labor Day Across the Southeast
Celebrated the first Monday in September, Labor Day has evolved from a purely labor union celebration into a general last fling of summer festival. Here are some of the top events celebrating Labor Day or simply scheduled for the weekend.
9. Boiled Peanuts
Boiled peanuts are widely consumed and commercially available in the southeast US. The peanuts are sold in the hull and either boiled with only salt or with various flavors ranging from bacon to "Cajun." While not suited to all palates, they are quite popular. Try some and decide for yourself.
10. Georgia Profile
The earliest known inhabitants of the area now known as Georgia were the Moundbuilders, Creek and Cherokee Indians. In 1540, Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto began to roam the area. In 1742, James Oglethorpe founded the colony. Learn these and many other facts about the Peach State.
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