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  1. The planes fly faster. The aircraft choices are greater. Even the plates for meals are improved. The oven aboard the eight-passenger Learjet 45XR is smaller than standard ovens, so Bombardier...
  2. Because watching a DVD is barely worth the effort if you can’t hear it in surround sound, most media rooms disperse the sound with two front speakers, a center, two rears, and a subwoofer—what is...
  3. We doubt if anyone makes a New Year’s resolution to watch more movies. Considering some of the gear that will be available next year, however, we would understand if you did. Linn already provides a...
  4. Andrea Artioli has spent the past few years devising a way to bring breathability and enhanced comfort to his custom- and ready-made Artioli footwear. The secret, says the third-generation Italian...
  5. For years, suitmakers have sought to lighten wool suits for summer by removing the linings. Next year, with the same goal, Brioni, Canali, Kiton, and Pal Zileri will go a step further and remove the...
  6. Trinity Yachts, the New Orleans boatbuilder, plans to deliver a 192-foot expedition yacht to a New Zealand entrepreneur. The owner will cruise on the surface of the sea with his new vessel, but for a...
  7. Macanudo Fumoir, a sleek cigar lounge in London’s celebrated Claridge’s hotel, has no signs directing smokers to this enclave, but those who are aware of the retreat know of its fine rewards. Located...
  8. Enter the unassuming building in New York’s historic Flatiron District, and you are immediately transported. The lobby of Bisazza, a leader in the art and craft of glass mosaics, dazzles with its...
  9. The 18th century was good to Marc-Antoine Thierry de Ville d’Avray—for a while, anyway. His royal French connections (his first child was christened in the chapel at Versailles with godmother Queen...
  10. For a college student in Germany in the late 1960s, there was no finer way to pass an autumn afternoon than going on a mushroom hunt. In memory I see myself crossing a sunlit meadow outside Freiburg...

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