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Small-scale fascinations from this year’s horological crop...
The holidays abide very much as a state of mind, sparked by twinkling lights, fragrant aromas, and...
Although 4K video content remains scarce, the TVs and projectors designed to display so-called...
The holidays abide very much as a state of mind, sparked by twinkling lights, fragrant aromas, and...
Omar Hernandez has become known as one of New York’s most accomplished hosts. Even jaded partygoers...
Sleek styling is at play in today’s tastefully appointed game rooms...
Photo by Jeff Brown
Adrian Lee, the young designer of the ultramodern interior of downtown Singapore’s Klapsons, the...
Fresh Territory  One of the things that has kept the founders of the Zurich-based gallery Hauser...
Virtually every inch of Solandge, a Lürssen-built 279-footer distinguished by the bold hue of its...
The dawn sky is pink over the apricot dunes in the Wadi Khadeja desert outside Dubai, and the...
Photo by: Christie’s Images ltd
In 2004, classic car buff Bob Luther was scanning the classified ads when he spotted a sheriff’s...
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Ken and Sandy Tokita live on a pleasant cul-de-sac in Irvine, Calif., in a home with the manicured...
Round and Round It Goes Superstorm sandy stopped outside the arcade door in Seaside Heights, N.J.,...
On Halloween in 1926, Erik Weisz, better known as Harry Houdini, lay in agony at Grace Hospital in...
Forty-seven years ago, Marchese Carlo Guerrieri Gonzaga inherited the family farm, a 750-acre...
Photography by Cordero Studios
It all began about 40 years ago, with a mysterious, dense black painting. Ken and Sandy Tokita...
Photo by: Teddy Pieper/RM Auctions
A light mist falls from low gray clouds, but inside Sam Pack’s private car museum in Dallas, it...
As the art market booms—and fairs like Art Basel Miami Beach become defining events for cities—top...
The search for the fountain of youth has been an appropriately long-lived one, stretching from...
Superstorm Sandy stopped outside the arcade door in Seaside Heights, N.J., but not before tossing...

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