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ARTICLES

Contemporary Art in Texas

A vibrant center of minimalist and contemporary art thrives in the Texas desert. Paul Alexander takes a panoramic view of the landscape.

Q+A: Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste Talks Travel

Members of the band, from left: Ed Droste, Chris Bear, Chris Taylor and Daniel Rossen Ed Droste—front man of the Brooklyn-based indie-rock band Grizzly Bear,...

Artist Jennifer Rubell's Top Hotspots

Jennifer Rubell, a food writer turned performance and installation artist, talks to T+L about her most inspiring trips.

America's Coolest Hipster Hotels

Original artwork, retro-chic amenities, and (sometimes) comfortable accommodations define these bastions of cool.

Motel Chic

From Palm Springs to the Florida Keys, a new generation of design-savvy entrepreneurs are reinventing an American icon—the roadside motel.

Letters | January 2010

United Front I’ve lived in cultural epicenters like Paris and New York but found some of the most exciting—and, oftentimes, authentic—food, fashion, art, and design...

Drive Coast to Coast

T+L presents a guide to the best hotels, restaurants, outdoor adventures, and cultural fixes from Seattle to Shenandoah. Drive the whole thing or simply a...

America's Coolest Houses

No, you won’t be trespassing: America’s coolest houses welcome visitors.

Book: Large Scale Sculptures

America has always liked its public sculpture big. Large Scale: Fabricating Sculpture in the 1960s and 1970s (Princeton Architectural Press; $45), by Jonathan D. Lippincott,...

America's Strangest Roadside Attractions

These odd diversions make for family fun on your all-American summer road trip.
HOTELS

Thunderbird Motel

Hotelier Liz Lambert has injected this formerly dilapidated 1950’s motel with some quirky modern style, juxtaposing contemporary design with Western touches. The redesigned building, painted... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Chinati Foundation

This former army base was converted by artist Donald Judd into an exhibition space. more ›


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