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New Zealand's Millennial Mulligan

At the stroke of midnight on January 1, 2000, a six-foot-ten-inch-tall blind golfer named Christopher Bartlett plans to drive a ball off a harborside platform...

Home Away from Home

Renting an apartment can be the most convenient and least expensive way to visit a city, especially for stays of more than a few days....

Just Back: Haile Gebrselassie From Monte Carlo

I grew up the eighth of 10 kids on a farm in Asela, Ethiopia, but now I live in Addis Ababa. I travel all the...

London's Top 15 Boutiques

The fashions are spot-on and the prices astonishingly right at London's high-street boutiques. Here, our guide to the top 15.

Welcome to Reykjavik, Iceland

Wielding the energy and edginess of a city 100 times its size, Reykjavík, Iceland, has seized a spot among the world's cultural capitals. Young, cosmopolitan...

The Glory of Sydney

Melbourne's raffish rival doesn't need the President's Cup to serve the world's most avid golfers.

Give Immigration a Hand

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Airport 2000: Terminal Improvement

The airport of the future will be beautiful, easy to use, a destination in itself. In New York and Hong Kong, the airport of the...

Home to an Urbane Cowboy

New York, L.A., Paris, London, Milan . . . Santa Fe? Gucci designer Tom Ford has a house or apartment in all of the above,...
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