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Chef Couples' Most Romantic Meals

America’s top culinary duos weigh in on their most memorable meals

Play Away: Let the Big (Sky) Dog Eat!

Some call it Big Sky Country. Others refer to it as the Last Best Place. But rarely does one hear talk of Montana as a...

International Comfort Foods

Mac-and-cheese, meatloaf, and…pad thai?Americans still love our retro comfort food, but now we’re also finding solace in more far-flung cuisines. Peter Jon Lindberg traces the...

Best Places to Stretch a Weak Dollar

The dollar may be down, but it’s not out. Here’s where—and how—to make the most of yours.

The Automobile’s Future

A new kind of hybrid uses less gas and more electricity. All-electric cars are already here. What will this mean for the road trip of...

T+L's Global Guide to Arts & Culture

From New York to Madrid to Tokyo, T+L spotlights eight culture capitals and maps easy itineraries that allow you to get your dose of art,...

A Golfer's Memoir | T+L Golf

My dad, Jack Garrity, died in Kansas City in 1990 at the age of eighty-five. He left behind a small wooden box of quarters for...

10 Affordable Family Getaways for Fall and Winter, 2001

1. WASHINGTON, D.C. Through year's end, the boutique Hotel Monticello of Georgetown (800/388-2410) has a special Friday- and Saturday-night rate of $250. This gets you...

Have TiVo, Will Travel

For decades, television shows have offered idealized images of places both far-off and familiar. Frank DeCaro remembers his favorite armchair vacations

Minneapolis’s Chambers Hotel

Minneapolis’s exuberant Chambers Hotel is taking Midwestern design to a whole new level. T+L pays a visit.
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