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Remaking the Gulf Coast

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, a group of New Urbanist architects and planners gathers in Biloxi to begin designing the future. KARRIE JACOBS reports

LA's Getty Villa

Amid controversy about the provenance of some of its classical antiquities, Los Angeles's Getty Villa opens after a 12-year renovation.

California Hotel Boom

Three of the most exciting new hotels in America are within driving distance of Los Angeles, and they're all making waves by re-creating styles from...

Letters | August 2004

From Budapest to Bali

Mighty Mike Austin and the 515-Yard Drive

Thirty years ago a brash pro belted the longest drive in history. With a persimmon driver. He was 64. And the record still stands.

L.A.'s Hot Plates

In a city where the 'lunch meeting' is a must, hotel restaurants play a starring role. Leslie Brenner gets the dish

Fast Talk: Frank Nuovo

Frank Nuovo, vice president and chief designer at Nokia, has spent his career developing communication tools for those on the go. As a man who...

Shooting 66

One man's search for America's soul—plus some birdies and corn dogs—on our most romantic and forlorn highway

Shooting 66

One man's search for America's soul—plus some birdies and corn dogs—on our most romantic and forlorn highway

T+L Asks: What's Your Favorite Shop In The World?

Takashimaya on Fifth Avenue in New York is a multi-level treasure house where you can find the perfect flower, gorgeous clothing, and every personal and...
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