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Of the dozen of new ships coming in 2012 and 2013, there’s one for every type of traveler.

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In Brooklyn’s buzziest neighborhood, right across the East River from Manhattan, former factories have been transformed into eclectic shops and restaurants that are destinations in...

Big Changes at Two New York Music Institutions

The New York cultural season, though just started, seems electrically charged as a new generation of conductors is stepping up and onto the podium. In...

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Star Mapper: Manhattan, 9/09

Anyone who knows me can attest to my having a healthy and, er, perfectly natural fascination with celeb culture, so I was more than happy...

America's Best Cities for Singles

T+L readers rank the nation’s best singles scenes for mixing it up with the locals.

NYC Rings in 2012 Gay Pride with Fab Hotel Deals

It’s June and that means it’s LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Pride Month. Parades have been marching every weekend in cities and towns across the...

Reinventing 4 Classic English Hotels

In true keeping-up-with-the-Joneses form, four classic hotels in England's countryside have spruced up—without selling out.

Q+A: Billy Budd star Nathan Gunn talks travel and music

The dashing American baritone Nathan Gunn is currently starring in Billy Budd in the landmark production by John Dexter at the Metropolitan Opera in New...

World's Highest Gas Prices

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