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  1. A wind blows across the hills of British Columbia’s backcountry toward the green of Tobiano’s par-3 seventh hole, which is set atop a sage-covered bluff. From the back tee, 189 yards away, the green...
  2. The next best thing to exploring the wreck of Titanic might be visiting Peter Boyd-Smith’s antiques shop, Cobwebs, in Southampton, England. Titanic items remain especially popular with his clients...
  3. In mid-march, during the 20th Maine Boatbuilders Show, a late-winter storm pummeled the Maine coast. The blizzard dropped 7 inches of snow on Portland, the city hosting the event, and whipped its...
  4. Victory Motorcycles has introduced an impressive array of big American cruisers over the past decade; the Hammer, Vegas, and Kingpin bikes each displayed a fresh design and distinctive flair. Now, on...
  5. Ferrari’s recently retired Formula One champ Michael Schumacher was back behind the wheel of an F/1 racer, leaving trails of rubber as he slid the car around the corners of a test track. Not far away...
  6. Rod Browne Mitchell sometimes rises early to go fishing aboard his 23-foot powerboat before heading to his office in Portland, Maine. For Mitchell, the founder and owner of Browne Trading Co., a...
  7. “The essence of all beautiful art, all great art, is gratitude,” wrote Friedrich Nietzsche. Whether the gratitude in question is that of the artist toward the forces that created him, or that of the...
  8. According to local folklore, a woman named Old Meg resided at the Strathisla distillery in Speyside for several decades during the 19th century. She lived in a dingy room where the spent ale was...
  9. The new CAO Gold Maduro cigar originated as part of CAO’s Concept Series, a group of experimental blends available only to those who visited the company’s Nashville, Tenn., headquarters. Guests’...
  10. Many consider the 1934 Packard 12 to be the best car that the company ever made. Raymond Dietrich designed the vehicle, giving it a raked back, wide cowl, long hood, and tall radiator. Dietrich began...

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