“I think California is the best country in the world and always will be no matter who comes into it or what is done to it,” wrote publisher and impassioned builder William Randolph Hearst in 1906.
When Scott Jones decided he wanted to watch movies in his turn-of-the-century English manor near Indianapolis, he called noted home theater architect Theo Kalomirakis.
In 1995, when John McLaren finished writing his first novel, Press Send, the former diplomat celebrated the occasion by placing his manuscript on the passenger seat of his Jaguar E-Type and headin
Parked beside the cream clapboard colonial building that houses Linney’s pearl emporium in Broome, Australia, proprietor Bill Reed’s Mercedes M-Class stands out from the array of dented Land Rover
Jaguar’s S-Type hasn’t exactly crumbled the competition, nor has it become lodged among our longings.
For everyone, the realization comes differently.
We’re somewhere between Miami and Baltimore, some 60 miles out on the Atlantic Ocean.
Some people buy books online, others purchase clothes. A select few have raised the concept of online shopping to new altitudes.
At first, the mileage and route seemed daunting.
Ferrari enthusiasts may soon understand what Formula One champion Michael Schumacher experiences as he rips down the straightaway at Indianapolis or slices through Monaco’s turns.