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  1. Two well-regarded designers have opened new displays of custom kitchens. Smallbone of Devizes ( www.smallboneofdevizes.com ), a company founded by self-trained British designer Charlie Smallbone, has...
  2. DOMESTIC BLISS Doctors may no longer make house calls, but there is a sommelier who will. Wines on the Fly, a program offered by Sam’s Wines & Spirits ( www.samswine.com ) of Chicago, will bring...
  3. At cigar maker Avo Uvezian’s 80th birthday celebration this summer in Santiago, Dominican Republic, many descriptions of his latest creation were uttered. While turning an Avo 80th Anniversary...
  4. Sirio Maccioni may be 74 and the owner of several successful restaurants, including branches of Le Cirque in Las Vegas and Mexico City, but he remains vulnerable to the slings and arrows of bad...
  5. There exists in the world a wine collection so rare and extensive that, in oenophilic circles, it is known simply as “The Cellar.” Despite his cellar’s importance, however, the young owner of this...
  6. Julio Bermejo, tequila expert and owner of Tommy’s Mexican Restaurant, a San Francisco institution for the last four decades, recalls vividly the 1998 debut of Jose Cuervo’s 1800 Colección. “It blew...
  7. While traveling near his home in northern Quebec in the early 1900s, the late Inuit artist Joe Talirunili, a young boy at the time, and other members of his small community became trapped on an ice...
  8. Say one thing for the people of Qatar: Although they have become the wealthiest people in the world, they have not grown standoffish. On the contrary, they are laying out the welcome mat. In fact,...
  9. Most of the upscale resorts in the Maldives are on private islands. The government restricts visitation to the country’s inhabited areas, so contact with the local culture is limited. Because you...
  10. I should have bought a new mask before coming to the Maldives. A month ago, while I was on a trip to Belize, a bottle of habanero sauce broke in my suitcase and soaked into my mask, and now it is...

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