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Euro on Top

It seemed it might never happen, but today the euro is trumping the dollar. James Surowiecki examines the reasons behind the currency's newfound success.

T+L's Arts Preview, 2005

T+L's arts preview—from rare drawings by Rubens and lobster telephones by Dalí, to eye-catching architecture in Porto, to premieres in London and Houston, and more.

25 Romantic Getaways

Whether you're looking for a hotel hideaway in Rajasthan, an exclusive table in Rome, or a couples massage in Hawaii, we searched the world over...

16 Globetrotters' Secret Destinations

Souvenir shopping has become a competitive sport these days, with savvy travelers looking for authentic treasures that they won't find in their own hometown a...

Long Beach Peninsula: America's Last Coast

On the untouched Long Beach Peninsula in Washington State, time stands still. As the seaside retreat prepares to celebrate the bicentennial of the Lewis and...

God Save the Green

How I (almost) qualified for the 2000 British Open and (nearly) rewrote golf history

Shhh...50 Secret Hotels

The places we didn't want to tell you about

Cambridge Mass Appeal

Just over the Charles River from Boston is the most vibrant small town—or the most intimate city—in America: Cambridge, transformed.

New Museum in Newcastle

What does a town best known for coal mines, pubs, and unemployment do to change its fortunes?Build a museum, of course. Newcastle, England, wants to...

Insider: Auckland

The host city of the America's Cup comes into its own as New Zealand's capital of style.
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