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Changi Airport, in Singapore, is the 15th busiest airport in the world. It serves more than 51 million passengers a year—about the same as New York City’s JFK—but very much unlike JFK, it is universally popular, beloved even. Changi has placed in ...
Start with an early gem: Clifford Brown, New Star on the Horizon (Blue Note 5032), from the Modern Jazz Series. Brown is cropped close against the record album's left-hand border, natty in a loose-fitting houndstooth jacket. The gleaming brass tru...
See our slideshow of America’s Best Secret Neighborhoods. “The suit-and-tie crowd has a little trouble here,” says David Bishop, owner of Atlanta’s 97 Estoria bar, “but everyone else has a blast.” The here Bishop is referring to is Cabbagetown, a...
celebrating the 20th century LONDON THE YEAR 1900: ART AT THE CROSSROADS ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS (JAN. 16-APRIL 3). A reassessment of the birth of modern art, this millennial show looks at the cultural currents that swirled around the year 1900, ho...
Paris With close to 200 works, including figures and still lifes, “Claude Monet (1840–1926),” at the Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais (Sept. 22–Jan. 24; monet2010.com), offers a complete overview, from the artist’s travels along the Normandy a...
I’ll wager you two bits your bartender’s wearing muttonchops and a waistcoat. If not you should ask for your money back, order your Sazerac elsewhere. A decade into the 21st century, much of the populace seems to believe it’s the late 19th to mid...
Columbus, Ohio “Luc Tuymans” at the Wexner Center for the Arts (through January 3, 2010). The first U.S. retrospective for this central figure in contemporary art, based in Antwerp and heir to the great tradition of northern European figurative...
In the summer, the Cleveland Museum of Art debuted its East Wing, the first of three new additions designed by New York architect Rafael Viñoly. Clad in alternating bands of marble and granite (echoing the palette of the adjoining structures), ...
They call it Dudamania: Gustavo Dudamel, the 27-year-old Venezuelan conductor, shaggy-headed and exuberant, is leading performances that lift not only the audience but his musicians from their seats (go to YouTube to see “Mambo” with his Simón Bol...
Milwaukee Milwaukee tops the nation in bars per capita—no coincidence that Miller Brewing Co. calls it home. And thanks to the Harley-Davidson factory in nearby suburban Wauwatosa, Milwaukee has its fringe element. But there's much more to the por...
Yes, Cleveland has its horsey set, and this is where its members come for a dose of hunt-country livin'. From your bed, you might catch a glimpse of Appaloosas frolicking in the fields. Pull on your riding boots and head down to the Blue Ribbon Ca...
"Riding a GPS-equipped bus in Barcelona," says Maxwell L. Anderson, director of New York's Whitney Museum of American Art, "I got a hilarious glimpse of the future. If a bus driver needs a satellite to tell him where he is, there really are no lim...
Pinafores, Ahoy When Brigid de Guzman sent her sister's four-year-old a hand-stitched dress, her sister secretly whisked it away to the buyers at Bergdorf Goodman in Manhattan, who put de Guzman in business. She has since opened her own shop (49 A...
OCCUPATION Flamenco singer HOME BASE Andalusia, Spain MIDWEST EXPRESSIONS A star of the Spanish music world, José Mercé recently made his first-ever U.S. visit to take part in the Flamenco Festival, a seven-city tour with a roster of 80 singers, d...
See our slideshow of 10 Unexpected U.S. Wine Trails. Cool air envelops you as you step into the underground winemaker’s cave and stroll past hand-hewn oak barrels. The jovial owner of the family-run vineyard hands you a glass of his award-winning...