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Up-And-Coming Washington, D.C.

New life comes to once gritty capital streets, as shops, restaurants, galleries, clubs, and scenesters take up residence.

Ian Schrager's Ambitious Gramercy Park Hotel

With his ambitious renovation and redesign of a New York City icon—the Gramercy Park Hotel—Ian Schrager hopes to reinvent the very idea of the dramatically...

Drive Coast to Coast

T+L presents a guide to the best hotels, restaurants, outdoor adventures, and cultural fixes from Seattle to Shenandoah. Drive the whole thing or simply a...

Three Cities for a Song

How to afford New York City, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco. Really.

Leipzig on View

Before the war, this former East German city was a hub of culture and commerce. Now, thanks to a new school of acclaimed artists and...

London's Indian Food

Hooray for Bollyfood: in London, a new wave of Indian restaurants is raising curry, biryani, and vindaloo to a higher level. Peter Jon Lindberg samples...

Paris Modern

How does it feel to return to a place you once called home—and find it utterly transformed? Kate Betts charts the changes—and the constants—of one...

Just Back from Rome: Matthew Marks

"aWhen I have limited time in Rome, I try to see works of art that are meant to be seen, and exist, only here."

London for Less

Despite its reputation as one of the world's costliest cities, London can still deliver a lot of punch for your pound. Here, essential tips on...

Harold Koda in London

As head curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute, Harold Koda scours the globe for inspiration. Lynn Yaeger shadows the fashion guru in...
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