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Mary Waring had just quit her marketing job in San Diego in 2001, so saving money on her upcoming trip to Disney World in Orlando, FL, was a high priority. She found lots of resources online and posted links to coupons on a website. Her brother, a...
It’s 4 a.m. on a Tuesday night—New York and London are mostly asleep, Berlin and Barcelona are getting tired, Hong Kong and Frankfurt are completely tuckered out—and here I am surrounded by throaty, amorous singers, some in their sixties and seven...
Discerning New Orleanians are skipping across Lake Pontchartrain to Covington, an artsy North Shore suburb. Here, the top addresses: Louisiana painter James Michalopoulos is the co-owner of Étoile (407 N. Columbia St.; 985/893-8873; dinner for two...
The airline that gained popularity with egalitarianism and blue chips just announced its first premium cabins, debuting on transcontinental flights starting on June 15. But don’t call this Business Class. In JetBlue parlance, these seats are known...
Los Angeles The co-author of Chasing Cool (and former DJ for Jennifer Lopez), Noah Kerner is CEO of Noise, a New York–based Gen-Y marketing agency. “Companies like Netflix and YouTube have realized that in order to stand out, they need to cr...
My first trip to Napa Valley was in the late 1960’s, during my senior year at U.C. Berkeley. I had just turned 21, and here was this amazing place only an hour’s drive away with rolling blond hills and the sunny climate of Provence, where you coul...
Oh, I'll kill myself. I don't like this one bit." It's a Friday afternoon and John Powell, the romance concierge at Manhattan's 70 Park Avenue Hotel, is painstakingly readying room No. 1615 for guests who'll be celebrating their 25th wedding anni...
See More “Shop Like a Local” Guides Expert Picks Five New Yorkers reveal their top stops. Kelly Framel, Blogger, The Glamourai: “Catbird, a jewelry and home-goods store in Williamsburg, has delicate gold rings—I can’t walk by without adding ano...
Style, in a way, functions as a kind of sociocultural GPS, a psychic location finder. You can tell you’re in Paris, of course, because that’s the spire of the Eiffel Tower piercing the sky and there, in the distance, is Notre Dame, with its bell t...
The evening I arrived at Esalen in a torrential, one might even say biblical, rain, rockslides closed the Pacific Coast Highway in both directions. I was among the last of the guests to make it in. At the gatehouse, a young man in a slicker checke...
See the T+L Insider Video: Miami Made Easy Lay of the Land Miami is feeling more and more like a world-class city, thanks to a revitalized urban core and neighborhoods with distinct personalities. Miami Beach: South Beach, with its Art Deco bui...
Super-Agents Europe U.S. & Canada Latin America The Caribbean Africa & the Middle East Asia Australia, New Zealand & the South Pacific Special Interest Super-Agents With a wealth of expertise, these power brokers are the most informed and best c...
The word "cowboy" has been so associated with coolness, sexiness, and the Marlboro Man, the fact that it is made up of "cow" as much as "boy" seems to have been all but lost to our citified view. Back in 1894, the white sign above the entrance to ...
Whether you’re navigating vintage markets or the latest boutiques, shopping in the world’s fashion capitals can be overwhelming. T+L pounded the pavement (so you don’t have to) and asked tastemakers in New York City, London, Rome, Paris, and Tokyo...
Photo: Kevin Miyazaki 1. The Langham: Mies van der Rohe’s black IBM Building now houses one of the city’s buzziest new hotels. The ground-floor lobby was designed by Dirk Lohan, the architect’s grandson. $$$ 2. Sixteen: Joël Robuchon pro...