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Louisiana's Lake Pontchartrain

Once a weekend retreat for wealthy New Orleanians, the area known as St. Tammany Parish today is a year-round haven for artists and young professionals...

20 Fall Getaways

You've had your summer holiday and you should be content. So why do you find yourself staring wistfully out the window as late-summer green gives...

Oscar de la Renta's Dominican Republic

In his house and resort at Punta Cana, fashion designer Oscar de la Renta brings his legendary style home to his birthplace, the Dominican Republic

French Bliss

Fashionable France took the waters in the spa town of Eugénie-les-Bains at the turn of the century. Those who know still come here, and now...

Artbeat: Modern Art at the Guggenheim

Exhibitions . . . Opera . . . Dance . . . Theater . . . Film . . .

Our Summer Place...is in France

What it lacks in convenience it more than makes up for in fresh air, good wine, and all the foie gras we can eat

T&L 100: Arts and Music | 2000

Our pick of the best trips for the new century

So Fine, Yet so Corsica

Beautiful and difficult, sultry and steel-willed, French yet not French, Corsica is an island unto itself—and its roads are half the fun.

Reliving Colette's Riviera

In the 1920's, the French novelist fell in love with the Côte D'azur and with a much younger man. You can still find the house...

Seattle Today

It was the youthful capital of everything nineties: coffee, grunge, software, slacker chic. But take another look—Seattle's growing up.
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