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  1. Naples is shaking again, but this time the trembling has nothing to do with Mount Vesuvius. The tremors began last year, when Gianluca Isaia decided to rethink the classic Neapolitan suit, a garment...
  2. New Zealand’s rugged beauty fits into 5,000 acres on Great Mercury Island. Soaring white cliffs, a sheep and Angus cattle farm, and forests of skyscraping pines and pohutukawa trees, which seasonally...
  3. Ford and Jaguar continued to misfire on most cylinders last year. Ford posted losses of $1 billion, leading some Wall Street undertakers to suggest that this 100-year-old company that practically...
  4. Of the 700 functions that BMW’s iDrive mechanism can control, only one is regularly employed by the average 7 Series owner; the remaining 99.6 percent of the system’s capabilities tend to be ignored...
  5. These paragraphs will not be the first to observe that ours is (among other things) a hyperactive and unfocused age, in which sound bites substitute for substance, amorous fulfillment is most readily...
  6. A residence within a private resort community is more than just a vacation home; it is an entrée into a vacation environment. Increasingly popular with those in the market for a second (or third, or...
  7. Trisara opened on the island of Phuket just two months before the catastrophic tsunami ripped through Southeast Asia last December. Although news coverage of the Thai island depicted total...
  8. Dubai’s is the tale of two emirates, both borderline surreal. The traditionalist who resists change at any pace might see Dubai as an Arabian nightmare in which souks—those smoky, ancient markets...
  9. While the term “sport-utility vehicle” (and its ubiquitous acronym) entered our national lexicon barely 15 years ago, the concept of four-wheel-drive vehicles combining off-road capability with...
  10. Luxury Lifestyle Authority Lauds SL55’s Exquisite Styling and Exceptional Performance MALIBU, CA (January 3, 2003)– Boasting “the highest feel-good factor of any car built today,” the editors of Robb...

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