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Holidays 2004: Dublin

WHY NOW It's called the craic—you've probably heard of it. And if the fabled Irish love of a good time ever reaches a high point,...

Holidays 2004: Darjeeling, India

WHY NOW For an exotic take on Western holiday traditions, head to Darjeeling, in northeast India. This former British colonial resting spot in the foothills...

Holidays 2004: Bocas del Toro, Panama

WHY NOW Leaping dolphins replace Santa's reindeer; white-sand beaches provide the seasonal backdrop; and a costumed holiday parade ushers in the festivities at Bocas del...

Naming Courses

When naming golf courses, let's strive for less literalism and more lyricism.

T+L Reports: Your Own Greek Island

From underwear as outerwear to kabbalah devotion, Madonna has started more than her fair share of trends. Now the Material Mom is credited with identifying...

Driving The Mountains of Asheville

The signs read Blue Ridge and Black Mountain, but at least one part of North Carolina sure looks a lot like Europe. Alfred Corn tools...

Chips + Putts

Handicap Helper Those of you still without an official handicap index are out of excuses. In the old days, all scores had to be posted...

The 2004 Hot List

The players, products, crazes and courses that are heating up the game

Festivals Around the Globe

Cinema under the stars in Switzerland, chamber music in Rome, kabuki in New York. It's all here in T+L's guide to the best cultural festivals...

Ask T+L: Wyoming via Wagon, Ski France

q. We want to make the great baseball pilgrimage. What are three things not to miss in Cooperstown, and where should we stay?--L.P., Reno, Nev.a....
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