It sounds like every golfer’s dream: Stroll out the back door to find a rolling swatch of manicured bent grass, perhaps with an adjoining bunker filled with siliconlike bleached sand.
Most hotel visits are like blind dates: An arrangement is made, you may even see a photo or two, but you enter with a sense of uncertainty, hoping for the best.
The real stars of scandia—the restaurant that joined the ranks of the Brown Derby, Chasen’s, Perino’s, and the Mocambo as a legendary "Old Hollywood" hot spot in the mid-1950s—were not the luminou
Manhattanite Jean-Marie Lusk had an unusual request for her interior designer. "I want to be able to walk out of my apartment wearing my curtains," she told Samuel Botero.
From somewhere off the Venezuelan coast, over his SatCom phone, the owner of the 147-foot Delta Marine yacht Gran Finale provides an update of his boat’s early November travels.
While Scots celebrate their legendary toughness—manifest over the centuries by their kicking the Romans off their shores, rejecting English rule, and relishing their proclivity for haggis—truth be
The aisles of the Lannan Ship Model Gallery in Boston’s waterfront district are as confused and congested as the roads that have been rerouted by the Big Dig construction project taking place just
While cruising over the Bay Area at 22,000 feet, I key the mike button on the Bravo2, Mooney Airplane Co.’s new four-seater, and check on the conditions over Oakland, Calif.
Several times a week, on clear, cloudless days, Martin Cutler peers down and chuckles at the phalanxes of cars and trucks choking the highways ringing greater Boston.
Until someone discovers how to create a true H.G. Wells– style time machine, private business jets will have to do.