Skunk Baxter is best known as a guitarist for the 1970s-era rock groups the Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan.
When the HMS Phaeton sailed into the port of Constantinople in 1799, dignitaries in festive costumes lined the quays of the ancie
In his memoir Christ Stopped at Eboli, the Italian artist and antifascist activist Carlo Levi told the story of his capture and i
“Have you seen the List?”
Ultrahigh-definition 4K TVs are the hot topic in television technology these days.
The look of the sixth-generation Chevrolet Corvette, better known as the C6, may not have grown old, but the people buying the car did.
The Aston Martin name is not quite 100, but the British company that builds the cars was originally formed in 1913, and so Aston Martin ha
A black-tie invitation may no longer restrict wardrobes to a traditional tuxedo or evening gown, but it does request the pleasure of havin
More than any other mineral, opals seem to come alive with intense, variegated colors and dynamic waves of light.
The designer-dandy pairing that produced a special-edition subcompact car two years ago has teamed up again, this time to create a capsule
“Electronics almost killed the Swiss watch industry,” says Urwerk’s cofounder and lead watchmaker, Felix Baumgartner.
Miami Beach is known more for its flash than for its refinement.
The anchorman stands at the top of the cliff, securing a rope for the young islanders who swing like Tarzan from ledge to ledge below.
Since its arrival in the United States six years ago, the Audi 5 series—the standard (A5) and sport (S5) coupes and convertibles—has prese
As a commercial jet, the Airbus A319 is a workhorse of the airline industry, seating from 124 to 156 passengers.
Tiffany table lamps—the stained-glass furnishings made in the late 19th and early 20th centuries at the New York design studio of Louis Co
Is it art or is it dinner? At the gastronomic road show known as Gelinaz, the question is unavoidable.