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  1. Marcel Shears, director of Australian boat maker Cabriolet Royale, recently received a phone call from a customer in St. Petersburg, Fla., who was thrilled that he had hit 74 mph in his new Cabriolet...
  2. Visit the Smith College art exhibition Corot to Picasso , now on a two-year tour of American museums, and you will see a work by Edgar Degas that the artist never wanted displayed. In fact, some...
  3. Like Alice stepping through the looking glass, walking into Mantra, a new Indian-nuanced French restaurant in downtown Boston, provides entry to a hip, stylish Wonderland. The experience begins with...
  4. If the amber Portuguese dessert wine, Madeira, is remembered now at all, it is for having been so long forgotten. It is an oddly obscure fate for a beverage that served in the 18th and 19th centuries...
  5. If the usual burger and fries have become too boring to bear, consider the most imaginative dish on the menu at Le Méridien at Beverly Hills hotel: the caviar burger. A layered concoction of be-luga...
  6. Neckties made with two-piece, seven-fold construction or silk sewn with 24-karat gold thread are often regarded as the ultimate, but Italian tie maker Tino Cosma has introduced something even more...
  7. At the national health club chain The Sports Club/LA ( www.thesportsclub.com ), you can arrive with sneakers and briefcase at 5 am, stay until the gym closes at 11 pm, and get in a full day’s work...
  8. Most concealable holsters and shoulder rigs are utilitarian products made for law enforcement, accessories that will definitely clash with your handmade superfine wool suit. However, Galco...
  9. Considering that more than half of the so-called Havana cigars purchased in the United States are counterfeit, it was only a matter of time before some enterprising company came up with the real deal...
  10. Carlo Crocco created a sensation 20 years ago when he introduced Hublot watches, solid gold timepieces with natural black rubber straps that are delicately scented with vanilla. Clearly ahead of his...

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