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Hot, not Bothered

Death Valley is the desert at its deadliest. Geoff Dyer wanders California's prehistoric wonderland, meditating on sex, drugs, and the slow glide of time

Buyers for Hire

Forget butler-drawn bubble baths. The latest hotel indulgence is hiring someone to buy you a dress. Testing their mettle, we send two of New York's...

Crème de la Crème

Join us on a dessert quest designed by star New York pastry chef François Payard. Oven-warm apple tart, lemon-scented madeleines, or napoleons, anyone?

Not Just for Lounge Lizards

Forget Rat Pack crooners and faded beauties. Palm Springs is all about Indiana Jones-style adventure. Bumper boats, rock climbing, desert treks, and water slides make...

18 Days of Opera, Hold the <i>Sturm und Drang</i>

The very unoperatic opera festival in Wexford, Ireland, has become a proving ground for lesser-known works and up-and-coming stars. The world has taken notice

T+L Reports: Dublin Digs, Best Baggage

la dolce villaCardinals, counts, and Russian aristocrats have called Villa La Massa home; little wonder that the owners of Italy's fabled Villa d'Este hotel chose...

Our Summer Place...is in France

What it lacks in convenience it more than makes up for in fresh air, good wine, and all the foie gras we can eat

A Reflection of American Art

As New York's Whitney Museum of American Art prepares its last exhibition of this century, Guy Trebay reflects on the pictures of the place we...

Guide to London with the Kids

Our essential guide to the world's most supercalifragilisticexpialidocious city.

Lodge Life, Minnesota-Style

Novelist Meg Wolitzer and family head north to the land of weenie roasts, canoe trips, and something called muckwomping.
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