New & Noteworthy

At the Heritage Auctions sale on April 18, fans paid big money for a little pop history.
In May, the home of the American automobile will host three days of films, discussion panels, and art displays.
The five-course dinner on May 1 will feature some of the Napa Valley winery’s best vintages.
The refreshed coupe turned heads at the New York International Auto Show.
The all-electric vehicle’s design is just practical enough to inspire hopes of production.
With Formula-1 aerodynamics and a powerful engine, this so-called “daily driver” offers flagship-worthy performance numbers.
In honor of the hotel’s 125th anniversary, the ultra-rare scotch comes with a piece of England’s oldest cocktail bar.
Some of the world’s best chefs have found new homes on the Strip.
The two-person flying car was exhibited at this year’s South by Southwest festival.
The intimate accommodations tempt guests with ocean views and private plunge pools.
And like a supercar, their performance is world-class.
The famed fashion designer Vivienne Westwood decorated the 11,000-square-foot, $25,000-per-night penthouse.
Old-school audio engineering comes alive with this modern wonder of two-channel music reproduction.
An improved power-to-weight ratio allows the car to reach a top speed of 217 mph.
Features include a 25-foot-long swimming pool and a massive saloon with 20-foot-high ceilings.
After more than 300,000 volunteer hours to restore it, the plane is set to take flight later this year.
An urban oasis opens on Spain’s most idyllic fantasy island.
McLaren, Rolls-Royce, Porsche, Cadillac, and Lincoln, among others, made stunning showings.
The April 28 sale will focus on the iconic photographer’s images of the American West.
The $100,000 cruiser is tricked out with carbon fiber and solid performance for an electric two-wheeler.
The Chicago Landmark is located north of downtown and just a block from the shore of Lake Michigan.
The new helicopter tour takes place aboard an Hermès-outfitted Eurocopter.
With a turbocharged engine and three electric motors, the new NSX will challenge the top models from Audi, Porsche, and Ferrari.
For May’s NYCxDESIGN, the Collective Design fair presents an assemblage of design.
The designer David Wiseman is taking over a New York art gallery with his latest nature-inspired decorative items.
California’s Cal-a-Vie spa and the French winery Château Margaux make the perfect pairing.
The first chopper to wear the Airbus Helicopters name, the H160 promises to be revolutionary.
The 26-day journey will include stops in French Polynesia, Mongolia, and Greenland.
From the air of permanence in its great room, and the ease with which guests settle into the space’s couches and chairs, this Park City’s resort seems to have always been the best place in town. And...

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