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  1. John Hardy and other designers would like you to give them a hand, or more precisely, a wrist, so that they can help you overcome your aversions to wearing jewelry. Hardy, David Yurman, and Jacopo...
  2. The racetrack in northern Italy where Ferrari has tested each of its new Formula One cars for the last 34 years recently hosted another Ferrari debut: Ferrari Engineered by Panerai, a new line of...
  3. As she watches my first tee shot soar long and right, the caddie musters in broken English a word every golfer dreads: “Mulligan!” My 22-year-old companion, uniformed in a red jumpsuit and pith...
  4. Many of the latest cigar blends intimidate the occasional smoker with their heavy body and tongue-biting spiciness, but the Rocky Patel Reo offers a more accessible way for smokers to challenge their...
  5. The domaines of Burgundy bear little resemblance, on the whole, to the châteaux of Bordeaux, which preside over sweeping acres of vines that stretch into the distance. Even the untutored visitor can...
  6. After heading the kitchens of several Boston restaurants, most recently the Federalist at the XV Beacon hotel, chef David Daniels has left the mainland for Topper’s, the restaurant at the Wauwinet...
  7. Andrew Hoyem believes that when books are concerned, style can enhance substance—that riveting tales and profound truths benefit from refined presentations. At Arion Press, his San Francisco...
  8. Last Fourth of July weekend, 64-year-old Larry Saliterman took a spill on his mountain bike, got up, brushed himself off, and then hopped back on and continued riding. Unaware that he had injured...
  9. Tthe buddha is reincarnated daily in the Long Island City, N.Y., ice-sculpting workshop of Okamoto Studio, and on this Saturday in January, the task falls to Peter Sheesley. Having arranged two ice...
  10. Aged teas, or pu-erhs, resemble fine wines in that both are fermented, aged in cellars, and highly collectible, with scarce pu-erhs such as the 1949 commanding $400 per ounce. But Rod Marcus detects...

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