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These islands—numbering more than 800—have long attracted fishermen, divers, and misfits of all shapes and sizes, among them Ernest Hemingway, Truman... Read More

Are those champagne corks or cannonballs flying over Collins Avenue?A turf war is brewing in Miami as three of the nation's hottest hoteliers—Ian... Read More

Having put aside its days of collegiate carousing, Fort Lauderdale, once the ultimate spring break destination, is finally all grown up. Where best to... Read More

Craig Robins, one of the mavericks responsible for the South Beach renaissance of the last decade, is now masterminding a new Miami neighborhood on... Read More

Life in Naples is quiet and gentle. People eat early and drive courteously. Vic Damone and Frank Sinatra can always be found on the radio. There are art... Read More

Rocco DiSpirito, star of NBC's The Restaurant, filmed the reality show in his kitschy Manhattan trattoria, Rocco's (12 E. 22nd St.; 212/353-0500; dinner... Read More

A fundamental axiom of the Family Vacation holds that if the kids have a good time, then the vacation is a success. This is more or less true, and yet,... Read More

The four hurricanes that tore through Florida and the Caribbean last fall left many hotels and resorts with a daunting schedule of repairs and recovery... Read More

After a spell of overexposure, the unofficial capital of South America has been officially reinstated as a high-wattage, high-profile American urban... Read More

An opportunity to buy a piece of history doesn't come around often. That's why the condominium conversion of the famed 1926 Brazilian Court hotel— the... Read More

When I was a high school kid in the early seventies, I knew Miami as an insular, culture-free zone of jeeps, camping in the Everglades, scuba diving,... Read More

West Palm Beach and its more ballyhooed neighbor, the golden isle of Palm Beach, have long been locked in a symbiotic—if occasionally antagonistic... Read More

Hidden in a jungly neighborhood of Islamorada, a fishing and fashion enclave halfway between Miami and Key West, year-old Casa Morada is a cool... Read More

Tina Musico and Robert Eagle weren't looking for an inn—let alone a building so shabby it was about to be flattened into a parking lot. Yet a few years... Read More

The legend that is South Beach began at the Raleigh. The Art Deco star—designed by architect L. Murray Dixon in 1940—has been reborn again under the eye... Read More

Watching the World Series on TV—or even in person—is fine for a certain kind of sports fan. Other fanatics want to meet their larger-than-life heroes,... Read More

In an effort to curb traffic, cities across America are following San Francisco's lead and reinstating their cable car systems. Philadelphia's Girard... Read More

THE HUDSON | NEW YORK CITY Manhattan is deservedly notorious for obscene hotel rates; the average tariff recently topped $250, and even that sounds low... Read More

Fifty years ago, a chunk of prime waterfront on Belle Isle, just off the western shore of South ... Read More

It's not always the four-star meals that stick in our memories when we travel. Sometimes the most evocative foods are simple, local dishes with everyday... Read More

Every Orlando-area amusement park worth its marketing budget has a sound track, from Universal Orlando's Jurassic anthems to Disney's hum-along ditties,... Read More

This month, Jimmy Choo descends upon the breeding ground of preppy chic, Palm Beach's Worth Avenue. The shop will debut the brand's just-launched line... Read More

No disrespect to your Aunt Alice’s bone-dry stuffing, but it’s time to shake up the old holiday menu. Take your cue from these chefs, getting creative... Read More

What is "American cuisine" now?In search of answers, we traveled to 10 of our most forward-thinking food capitals to bring you the best examples and the... Read More

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