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Letters | February 2009

Anya Von Bremzen’s guide to 37 affordable European restaurants [“37 Affordable European Restaurants,” December] was by far the most mouthwatering piece I read all month,...

World's Strangest Liquors

From Honolulu to Hanoi, these wines, beers, and liquors let you drink your way into local culture.

Letters | December 2008

M.G. Lord could not have captured the true Los Angeles more perfectly [“The Real Los Angeles”]. It is such a multidimensional city, which goes way...

Must-See Green American Landmarks

A skyscraper, city park, baseball stadium, hotel, museum, parking garage, restaurant, and more—all of them iconic, all of them green. This is what sustainable design...

St. Regis, New York's Makeover

New York's century-old St. Regis tapped Stephen Sills and James Huniford to do a long-needed refurbishing, and the interior design team found a way to...

White-Collar Caddy

Out of work at age thirty, a businessman returns to less-exalted employment

Discovering England’s Cotswolds

With its bucolic setting, stylish manor houses, and the influx of a new generation of Londoners (rocker turned cheesemaker?), the Cotswolds, one of England’s loveliest...

World's Most Unusual Hotels 2008

Sewer pipes, igloos, dinner with giraffes: hotels are pushing the envelope like never before.

Smart Travel | August 2008

Kauri Cliffs Food and Wine Festival This oceanfront New Zealand resort—whose golf course is widely regarded as among the world’s best—will host a celebration of...

Adjusting for Wind

The ability to keep the ball low can take the breeze—or a tree limb—out of play
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