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Taking Care of Business

Business travel is back: it's projected that U.S. travelers will take 145 million trips for work this year (up 4.6 percent from 2003). Here, 10...

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Passage to Pondicherry

Pondicherry, a breezy oasis on India's Coromandel Coast, has the laid-back feel of a college town—one with an ashram, French colonial architecture, and a particularly...

Nice, France Today

The French Riviera's forgotten city has turned into fun-loving Nice, embracing traditions (frescoes, boardwalks), but also updating them (cool, if predatory, hotel furniture). Christopher Petkanas...

Maine*iac

\ma-ne-ak\n (2005) slang 1: person with an ungovernable enthusiasm for America's Pine Tree State. 2: lover of blue lakes, rocky coastline, and lobsters eaten caveman-style.

The 10 Greatest Opera Houses

Divas and dancers have long been the stuff of legend, but where they practice their art has no less of a history. Here, 10 of...

T+L Reports: City Sounds

World music just got a lot more sultry with the release of "City Series: The Sex, the City, the Music." The CD collection, created by...

Overdrive

Leading a pack of young bombers, Hank Kuehne has shattered the PGA Tour's driving-distance record. The question is, is he too long for his own...

30 Best New Courses of 2004

From New Jersey to New Zealand, the year's finest new public, private and international golf courses

Golf's Wine Pairing

To me and many other PGA Tour pros, golf and wine go together like, well, food and wine.
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