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  1. Jalal Aro opened the Phonogalerie ( www​.phonogalerie.com ) shop in its current location in the ninth arrondissement of Paris in 2004, though the business truly began 13 years earlier when the Syrian...
  2. Those familiar with the Duncan Quinn ( www​.duncanquinn.com ) boutiques in Los Angeles and Miami will find the Londoner’s Manhattan digs to be quite a departure. Operating out of a 250-square-foot...
  3. At first glance, it would appear that the Tiny Jewel Box ( www​.tinyjewelbox.com ) in downtown Washington, D.C., was given that name in jest. Comprising all six floors of a historic and protected...
  4. The classic car–collecting universe experienced a jarring paradigm shift in 2010 when, on October 27 in London, two Lamborghini Miuras—a 1971 Miura SVJ and a 1972 Miura SV—each eclipsed the $1...
  5. My camel and I are not getting along. Our relationship got off to a rocky startonly moments earlier when I swung my leg over the scratchy wool blanket and saddle that covered the animal’s hump. I had...
  6. Twenty-two years ago, Sandra Hindman, the president and CEO of Les Enluminures ( www.lesenluminures.com ), opened the company’s Parisian gallery dedicated to medieval manuscripts, rings, and other...
  7. Julieta Talamante moved to Los Cabos at a time when the region boasted only one paved road and one stop sign. But that was 20 years ago. The area has evolved significantly since then, and so has...
  8. A first-time visitor to the Collector Studio Motor-sport Gallery ( www.collectorstudio.com ) in downtown Toronto likely will feel a tad overwhelmed. The 2,400-square-foot store almost overflows with...
  9. When Tom Park opened Leather Soul ( www.leathersoulhawaii.com ) in downtown Honolulu in 2004, his goal was to introduce his customers to lesser-known, high-end shoemakers and to offer a relaxed and...
  10. Ever since Swiss scholar and explorer Johann Ludwig Burckhardt discovered the ruins of Petra in 1812, fascination has grown exponentially about the fabled “lost city.” Founded by the Nabataeans more...

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