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Golf Life: Celebrity Golf Roundup

HONORS Marshall Faulk RUNNING BACK, BUNKER PUTTER "You'd think I would have gotten hooked on golf when I was in college at San Diego State,...

Fast Talk: Rebecca Moses

Globe-trotting fashion-industry veteran Rebecca Moses has plenty to say about traveling, style, and traveling in style. Twelve years ago she left her hometown of New...

Are Cutting-Edge Hotels Becoming Dull?

Rooms filled with Eames and Knoll?Check. Gorgeous doormen?Natch. Hot bar scene?Of course. Are cutting-edge hotels becoming dull?

Le Corbusier's Early Homes in Switzerland

The master's first houses in his hometown in Switzerland

McDonald's Value Hotels

McDonald's enters the hotel fray

Santiago Calatrava and the Milwaukee Art Museum

With one of the most innovative museums since Frank Gehry's Bilbao, Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava gives this Midwestern metropolis a whole new image

Saving in Summer

12 Affordable Summer Escapes

The New Season

T+L's guide to culture—Aztecs and Impressionists, Mary Poppins and Monty Python, underground in Osaka and at water's edge in Copenhagen, and more

Driving The Mountains of Asheville

The signs read Blue Ridge and Black Mountain, but at least one part of North Carolina sure looks a lot like Europe. Alfred Corn tools...

To Russia with Clubs

Roll over, Khrushchev: last summer, Joe Cocker played the Kremlin, Hair played Gorky Park and the author played golf in the Russian Amateur.
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