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  1. A backyard barbecue is as American as the Fourth of July, fried chicken, and Chevrolet. It’s also as Argentinean as gauchos and the tango. To the South Americans, the barbecue, or asado , is nearly a...
  2. When Roland Murphy committed himself to building an American-made watch movement at the turn of the new millennium, the Maryland-born entrepreneur understood it would be a challenging endeavor. His...
  3. When Thierry Hermès established his namesake company in 1837, he offered European noblemen wrought harnesses and carriage bridles. When his son took over the firm decades later, he introduced a new...
  4. The path that led Alex Bartholomew to a career designing and producing high-end, handcrafted golf shoes was not preconceived, by any stretch. Born to British parents and raised in golf-rich South...
  5. Doug Van Tress, co-owner of the Golden Triangle ( www.goldentriangle.biz ), a rare furnishings and antiques store in Chicago, kicks his feet up on a British colonial-style desk in his office and...
  6. Interior designers and shelter publications always are proposing ways of bringing the outdoors in. No one, it seems, has thought to do the opposite … until now. In a new product line, Italian...
  7. At Michael Ashton ’s namesake gallery in Manhattan ( www.michaelashtonwatches.com ), the watches and jewelry on display represent only a fraction of what the boutique’s proprietor can provide...
  8. Billed as a state-of-the-art urban country club, Golf & Body NYC is a groundbreaking facility that offers golf aficionados a year-round, all-weather place to play. “I used to have to relearn golf...
  9. The British speaker manufacturer Bowers & Wilkins upgraded two of its desktop music systems to incorporate both wireless streaming through Apple AirPlay and wired connection through a Lightning-...
  10. The American shipbuilder Palmer Johnson launched its new flagship model, the PJ 210, in the form of Lady M this summer. The 210-foot yacht features three decks and the same sleek bow that Palmer...

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