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Driving Ireland's Northern Coast in a Vintage Mini

Taking the little car that could for a spin around the Emerald Isle

Lords of the Flea Markets

Savvy bargain-hunters have long known that there's more to flea markets than baseball cards and tube socks. Here, some celebrated fans share their best-loved haunts...

Golf Life: Rob O'Loughlin

ROB O'LOUGHLIN, FOUNDER AND CEO, LASER LINK GOLF

Going for Bloke

Leading the Euros into Oakland Hills is Darren Clarke, friendly Irishman on the outside, Tiger killer on the inside.

20 Reasons to Love New Hampshire

Sure, the state motto—Live free or die—has a bit of a standoffish ring to it, but New Hampshire in the summertime is chockablock with surprising...

T+L Reports: Fast-Food Nations

Super Size Me may have put you off burgers and fries for good, but there's still hope in Europe. Organic fast-food joints have been popping...

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...

Ask T+L

I'm dying to go to India, but I don't want to make the trip alone. Do you know of any unusual cultural tours? —A.N., VIA...

Cincinnati Rising

Welcome to the new Midwest. This Ohio city has a decidedly modern approach to architecture, food, and—most of all—attitude

19th Hole: Summer of the Sour

I know an Australian globe-trotting type who skis in Chamonix, lives in England and says he has been served only one "really great" martini all...
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