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Tussaud's Takes Manhattan

DiMaggio, Hemingway, and RuPaul?The newest outpost of the world's oldest waxworks is giving Disney some competition

The Best of Boston

Certain adjectives have always been associated with Boston: historic, straitlaced, intellectual. Fun has not been one of them—until now.

Artbeat: The Met's New York Exhibit | 2000

When did the city that was so nice they named it twice become, well, The City? A major exhibition opening this month at the Metropolitan...

Variety in Vermont

If you made a list of 50 cities—the largest one in each state—Burlington, in sparsely peopled Vermont, would be the smallest in the group. But...

Insider: New York Hotels

UPDATED NOVEMBER 2002 At 65,000 and counting, New York has more hotel rooms than most American towns have people. These days, visitors are arriving in...

A Vacation to the Capital

Within its compact borders, the District Of Columbia has more sites than any family can see in one stay. T&L's comprehensive guide to the best...

Artbeat: Modern Art at the Guggenheim

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

Forever Plaid

Tartan is back in style, and Scotland is producing some of the hippest wares around

Betting on the Gulf Coast

Las Vegas tycoon Steve Wynn has just opened a $650 million gambling resort in Biloxi, the honky-tonk capital of the South

North Dutchess County, New York

Two hours north of Manhattan, there's a place where working farms still exist, horses ride to the hounds, antiques really are bargains, and pies continue...
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