In 19th-century Vienna, anybody who was anybody lived near Hofburg palace, the Habsburg family’s royal residence on the Austrian capital’s Ringstrasse.
In the 1950s, a group of prominent Texans acquired an idyllic stretch of coast near Jamaica’s northwest corner, about 12 miles from Montego Bay.
If Henry Darger had rented from a different landlord, his life’s work would likely have ended up in the trash.
It is an axiom of collecting that when an artist dies, the value of his or her work increases.
When JetSuite began operating three years ago, it offered economically priced short charter flights in the entry-level, four-passenger Embraer Phenom 100.
Thanks largely to poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Paul Revere is associated foremost with his midnight ride on the eve of the American Revolution.
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In the cellar and in his life, Richard Geoffroy manages to blend contrasts and contradictions into graceful unities.