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Q: Is there any way to avoid the long lines at Western Europe’s more popular museums? —Alison Carter, San Jose, Calif. ... Read More

Oxford is a secretive place. The university’s colleges turn inward, clustering around courtyards, unlike rival Cambridge, where some of the colleges... Read More

Fort Defiance, a little bar in Brooklyn, recently threw a party for Evacuation Day, the long celebrated but now forgotten holiday marking the final... Read More

I was having lunch at a favorite spot in London, the Wolseley, when one of our group asked me whether I had seen the obituary of the renowned French... Read More

In Shanghai, Vivienne Tam finds not only antiques shops but plenty of inspiration too ... Read More

Everyone who travels through Chicago will tell you about the tunnel that connects Concourses B and C in O’Hare’s Terminal 1. First, you descend by... Read More

Why am I here in Nottinghamshire, wearing blue plastic overshoes, a matching plastic raincoat, and a hairnet? I am standing in a near-sterile dairy, on... Read More

If HBO ever remakes Green Acres, I will replace Eva Gabor. Despite living in a 19th-century farmhouse in upstate New York, I’m a city slicker at heart.... Read More

Each year, Copenhagen’s Tivoli Gardens transforms into a winter wonderland with twinkling lights, children’s shows, and plenty of glogg. November 20... Read More

Gary Hofstetter, president of a private equity real estate fund in Boston, describes himself as a "suit on State Street." That’s quite a change from the... Read More

See our slideshow of the World’s Greatest Flea Markets. ... Read More

Contemporary architecture has a very high-profile critic in Prince Charles. For more than two decades, he has fought to thwart projects by some of the... Read More

They have your keys. You have theirs. They shop at your supermarket. You fall in love with their pizza joint. You're essentially strangers, making... Read More

England Founded in 1683, the Ashmolean Museum ... Read More

London “Anish Kapoor” at the Royal ... Read More

“The Naxos Quartets” Southbank Centre (October 9–11). They may be ... Read More

Andy Warhol’s dictum that “good business is the best art” is the jumping-off point for works by contemporary artists/provocateurs, at play in the world... Read More

Being a restless spirit does not mean I sleep poorly in a strange bed. On the contrary. I’ve slept well everywhere—whether a dirt-floored safari tent in... Read More

The reason Britain called it the jewel in the crown of the empire is on glittering display this fall in “Maharaja: The Splendour of India’s Royal Courts... Read More

Is ballet entering a new golden age? Two gifted choreographers—the English Christopher Wheeldon and the Russian Alexei Ratmansky—are poised to reinvent... Read More

St. Pancras Station is to London what Penn Station was to New York: the finest architectural icon of the Age of Steam. At the time, British poet John... Read More

Alice Waters, of Berkeley’s Chez Panisse, made sourcing regional ingredients de rigueur in the seventies, but her efforts were eclipsed in the eighties... Read More

Thanks to a few visionaries who are combining modern design with cutting-edge technology, a green building revolution is under way. ... Read More

Les Touilleurs, Montreal ... Read More

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