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Kung Fu Coasters? Jackie Chan to Open Theme Park
China may already have an Angry Birds amusement park, but the nation is about to seriously up its theme park street cred. According to a recent Guardian ... Read More
Anna Nicole Opera Premieres in New York City
The New York City Opera and Brooklyn Academy of Music present the highly anticipated American premiere of the opera Anna Nicole now through September 28. ... Read More
New Travel + Leisure Articles on Pinterest
Pinterest isn't just for recipes, decorating, or (our favorite) travel inspiration. It's also a great way to see what other people are reading and discove... Read More
Q+A: Sarah Simmons of New York City’s City Grit Culinary Salon
One recent evening in New York City, I traveled to Memphis, and back. At City Grit, a culinary salon founded and nurtured and helmed by Food & Wine’s ... Read More
T+L Trips with Sponsor Cox & Kings: China; Russia
Welcome to the fifth installment of T+L's promotional partnership with luxury adventure operator Cox & Kings, where booking a trip to a destination fe... Read More
Two New Ways to Speed Through the Airport
Waiting in line—perhaps the most dreaded aspect—of the air travel experience—is improving by leaps and bounds this year at U.S. airports. For one, the TSA P... Read More
Must-Reads for the Week Ending September 20, 2013
The Telegraph's Soo Kim reports on plans to open a Jackie Chan theme park in Beijing. The best news? Admission is expected to be free. (Peter Schlesinger)... Read More
Guess Where? River Boat
Can you guess where this picture was taken? Head over to our Facebook page and leave your guesses there. Check back on Monday for the answer. Lyndsey Mat... Read More
Enterprise Debuts Electric Cars in Orlando
If you’re planning a vacation to Orlando this winter, you may want to consider renting an electric car. In an effort to make the Sunshine State a shade gr... Read More
Preserving the Charm of Beijing's Hutongs
In and around the Gulou district of China’s development-hungry capital, an enclave of hutongs—alleys formed by walls of traditional courtyard residences—h... Read More
Pet-Friendly Hikes in Mammoth Lakes, CA
This Sunday marks the first official day of fall. Lucky for Fido, the crisp air and clear skies make for some of the best walking weather of the year. So ... Read More
Time-Lapse Video: Raising the Costa Concordia Cruise Ship
After nearly 20 months since Costa Concordia's shipwreck off the coast of Italy, the vessel is finally upright. The above video shows the ship over the co... Read More
Fall Foliage Getaways
Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Whether you’re looking to take a trip Southern California, the Midwest, or Ne... Read More
America's Hottest New Restaurants
New York City: The playful vibe (yellow leather banquettes; framed photos of boomboxes) belies the serious dishes coming out of Charlie Bird ($$$), the So... Read More
Indian Festival Lights Up Times Square
Nina Davuluri, who was just crowned Miss America 2014, is already setting off sparks as the first Indian-American to receive the beauty title. And as a Sy... Read More
Leaving Suitcases with the Bellman
Some hotels put bags on absolute lockdown, in private rooms equipped with security cameras. (Hats off to Vegas.) Others simply stash luggage behind the be... Read More
New Concert Series Cements Columbus Circle as a Top Jazz Destination
New York City’s Columbus Circle has been on the music map for almost a decade, thanks to Jazz at Lincoln Center’s outpost in the Time Warner Center. On th... Read More
T+L Twitter Chat on Shopping Like a Local on Wednesday, September 18th
Whether you’re navigating unknown streets, haggling in markets, or browsing a boutique, sometimes the best shopping is accomplished when locals point out ... Read More
The Republic of Tea Herb Tea for Immunity
Are the latest beauty and wellness products worthy of a spot in your teensy carry-on? T+L Associate Editor Kathryn O’Shea-Evans shares her take. The prod... Read More
Luxury Travel Grows On Sina Weibo
When the Chinese travel abroad, what do they want? Traditionally, they’ve been more focused on luxury products than luxury hotels. But as more Chinese devel... Read More