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  1. The InterContinental Osaka Hotel opened in June as a part of the city’s new Grand Front Osaka commercial complex, which also includes more than 250 shops and restaurants. The hotel has 272 rooms (...
  2. The introduction of the Maserati Ghibli next year will mark the first time that the Italian automaker has two four-door models for sale at the same time. This midsize sedan to the venerable...
  3. Pedigree, rather than taste, is often the decisive factor in the commercial success of a fine wine. Nowhere perhaps is this more true than in Champagne. No matter how delicate their texture or subtle...
  4. The new worktables from March are the perfect way to avoid having a monolithic kitchen, because they combine function and style to create a center island that is more like a piece of bespoke...
  5. The resonating whir of rotor blades above us is faintly audible as we skim low over the shoreline in a Bell 407 helicopter. Rays of early morning sunshine are beginning to break through the cloud...
  6. The turn of the 20th century introduced monumental changes to the civilized world. From all corners of the earth, intrepid engineers and daring aviators were taking to the skies in various aircraft;...
  7. Like most 12-year-old boys, Drew Alcazar looked up to the older, “cooler” boys in town—a group that naturally included Alcazar’s scoutmaster. With a flock of impressionable adolescents under his...
  8. As a follow-up to his $1.3 million Dragon surfboard , Roy Stuart has launched his newest creation, the Hotkurl, which after six months and 800 hours of labor was launched this summer. Stuart says the...
  9. An American soldier on tour in Iraq was carrying one of Kikuo Matsuda’s tactical knives when a sniper shot him. The hard steel—Matsuda is known for his use of rare steels like OU31 and D2 that he...
  10. Residential towers by leading architects take shape from coast to coast. Huys , New York An all-Dutch team led by designer and architect Piet Boon, landscape architect Piet Oudolf, and Netherlands-...

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