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  1. Hotel Villa Rosa will open next month in Nairobi, Kenya, on Chimoro Road in the heart of the city’s commercial center. Designed as a fusion of pan-African and European styles, the 200-room hotel...
  2. A luxury camp situated on 60 acres of private land along the Luangwa River, Chinzombo has opened this month in Zambia. Designed to create an elegant and comfortable space with minimal impact on its...
  3. Once considered a working-class, quasi-outlaw pastime, hot-rodding has achieved a level of respectability today beyond anything that its dry lakes–racing, drag strip–streaking pioneers likely could...
  4. During the late 1940s, the hobby of hot-rodding was attracting automotive enthusiasts who valued one-off styling and performance over period-correct, classic restoration. By 1950, hot-rodding had...
  5. Mauricio Córdoba fidgets in his seat at a corner table of his cigar club. Ice cubes in his glass of ginger ale clink softly as he returns it to the white linen tablecloth, and for a moment he lets...
  6. When Ben Goorin stepped into the role of president and CEO of Goorin Bros. ( www.goorin.com ), a family-owned, San Francisco hatmaking firm, he refocused the company’s approach and perception by...
  7. First-time patrons of Bauman Rare Books ( www.baumanrarebooks.com ) in New York City will discover the mystique of vintage folios long before a leather-bound first edition is placed in their hands...
  8. When Chicago’s Shrine haberdashery ( www.shrinestyle.com ) opened its doors on Oak Street in November 2010, it introduced a boutique environment specializing in men’s accessories, predicated on...
  9. With a modest two-paned window display framed by a dark blue facade, the Map House ( www.themaphouse.com ) in the Knightsbridge section of London seems like an unassuming cartographer’s gallery when...
  10. The smell of wet clay is the first thing to greet a visitor when the freight elevator opens on the sixth floor of the nondescript building in Brooklyn, N.Y. Passing through a large, open studio...

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