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T+L Reports: All That Glitters

The bejeweling habits of high society are fodder for three shows. In New York, "Masterpieces of American Jewelry," at the American Folk Art Museum (45...

Touring Coco Chanel's Old Haunts

Inspired by the legendary Coco Chanel, Lynn Yaeger heads to Paris in search of the designer's former haunts. Her finds are as captivating as the...

Letters | July 2004

From a food capital to the U.S. capital

Fast Talk: Linda Ellerbee

Linda Ellerbee has never been one to shy away from speaking her mind. The woman most respected for putting a human face on the news...

America's 100 Best Courses for $100 or Less

It's not the money--it's the principle. Great golf does not have to cost $200 or more, and these courses prove it

Hotel Improvements

To lure an increasingly savvy crowd, the hotel industry continues to up the ante—rolling out wireless Internet access and even installing self-check-in kiosks in lobbies....

Costa Rica: The Ultimate Guide

With 4 percent of the earth's wildlife species, vast tropical rain forests, and live volcanoes, it's no wonder this former backpacker's haven in Central America...

50 Most Romantic Places, 2005

Nothing puts us in the mood for love like travel. We've searched the world for destinations where romance is not just promised—it's guaranteed.

Weekender: Galveston, Texas

On the barrier island of Galveston, Texas, everyone still talks about the Great Storm of 1900. In a few hours, what was once the apex...

Vegas Ups the Ante

Las Vegas has gone back to the basics: tempting people to find out what it means to be naughty—people like Walter Kirn. Here is one...
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