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T+L Reports: Strictly Ballet

Sadler's Wells Theatre (44-207/863-8198; www.sadlerswells.com) in London provides the setting for stagings of two iconic ballets. In a rare U.K. visit, the Ballet Nacional de...

To the Highlands!

In the remote and rugged north of Scotland, sheep outnumber people by ten to one—but there's room for all on the region's historic links.

The Hickory Tiger

Randy Jensen plays golf exclusively with eighty-year-old clubs. And nobody, but nobody, can beat him.

Letters | January 2005

With all the pipers in Scotland, what are the chances that the one pictured in Elaina Richardson's "Scottish Revolution" [October] could be the same one...

Chips + Putts

Road Hogs: JD and DL3 You might think it enough that John Daly and Davis Love III each have humongous luxury coaches that they drive...

Flying Low-Fare Carriers

There's never been a less crowded—or more affordable—time to head to Europe. Here, strategies for making the most of your vacation

The Trouble at Troon

In 1997 the author avoided it and captured the British Open. Here's how he won—and how he hopes to repeat the feat this year.

Global Airport Security

Coordinating security at airports around the world will make flying safer. Barbara Benham looks at what's being done now—and why the issue isn't on everyone's...

Essential Idaho

From hiking to fly-fishing to white-water rafting, Idaho offers a bracing mix of outdoor adventures. Jeff Wise breaks down the five key elements of the...

December Food News | 2001

Chef's Dish Great Scot This past spring, Gordon Ramsay, the enfant terrible of the London food scene, returned to his native Glasgow to open Amaryllis...
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