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  1. The future of the automotive industry has arrived, believes Robb Report automotive editor Gregory Anderson, who previews the Tesla Roadster—an electric sports car that accelerates from zero to 60 mph...
  2. Mish Tworkowski has no use for a high-profile Madison Avenue storefront. Instead, the New York jewelry designer has clients visit him in his 1890s townhouse, which is fronted by a delightful garden...
  3. Dr. Stephen Ellen slips out of his clothing and into a pair of flesh-colored underpants, which will disappear—virtually, that is—when he steps inside a 6-by-6-foot space that is equipped with special...
  4. With clients scattered throughout the Mediterranean basin, Swiss private banker César Jean-Mairet was the archetypal frequent flier during the 1990s, when he logged as many as 185 days a year in the...
  5. A different form of locomotion may appeal to younger travelers (or their parents at least). During his career, French designer Philippe Starck has left his mark on a variety of objects, buildings,...
  6. Rene Lalique (1860–1945) is best known for his stunning Art Nouveau vases, perfume bottles, chandeliers, and other glass pieces. But he began his career designing jewelry that created quite a stir...
  7. Dalat Palace Golf Club Sketched by a French architect in 1922, the Dalat Palace Golf Club did not begin to take shape until a decade later, when the last emperor of Vietnam spurred the course’s...
  8. Scuba diving is a sport that defies categorization. Although it does not appear to be strenuous, participants must be healthy, fit, and willing to go through the process of earning, and occasionally...
  9. It is difficult to watch the Monaco Grand Prix or any other Formula One race without wondering how you might perform in an F/1 car. AGS Formule 1 offers the chance to find out. The company, whose...
  10. These are some of the most acclaimed Trockenbeerenausleses. (Prices will vary from one vintage to the next.) Gunderloch Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese Rheinhessen Nackenheim Rothenberg In the 1890s,...

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