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Holidays 2004: Dublin

WHY NOW It's called the craic—you've probably heard of it. And if the fabled Irish love of a good time ever reaches a high point,...

Texas Adopts the Arts

From Houston to Dallas to the flatlands of west Texas, the brashest state in the union is booming—and building museums faster than it can drill...

Books, Summer 2004

Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim by David Sedaris Sedaris can turn the most mundane events—going to the movies, visiting his sister in Boston—into...

Andalusia's Hotel Scene

Andalusia is being touted as the Spanish Provence. No wonder. The sunny, olive tree-filled southern region is now further blessed, with some of the Mediterranean's...

Hawaiian Treasures

Never mind the beach. Rare Japanese antiques, $35,000 collector jeans, and hula-girl kitsch make Honolulu a shopper's dream come true.

20 Great American Drives

Now that winter's finally over, it's time to put the top down and hit the open road. We've got the car keys to terrific trips...

50 Affordable Beach Resorts

From Hawaii to Zanzibar, we've searched the globe for stylish getaways just steps from the sand. The best part: almost all are under $200 a...

Authentic New Orleans

The path that leads to the real New Orleans isn't necessarily the road less traveled

Best of Barbados

Once a hideaway for the elite, this Caribbean island now lures an eclectic mix of visitors, with stylish hotels and shops, a thriving restaurant scene,...

Paris Modern

How does it feel to return to a place you once called home—and find it utterly transformed? Kate Betts charts the changes—and the constants—of one...
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