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2 Aug
An air travel expert warns about new baggage and seating restrictions when you fly.






2 Aug
A slideshow of arts events around the world worth knowing about this week.






1 Aug
Tired of being leapfrogged by locavore newcomers from Brooklyn to Portland, organizers of Santa Fe’s new food festival, Fuze.SW, aim to get diners thinking about the region’s culinary history.






1 Aug
The fashion designer has a home there, and will open a three-day summer pop-up shop at Glenn Horowitz Bookseller on August 7.






1 Aug
A hotel package focuses on women without children. Could a trend be in the making?






1 Aug
Returning to the area where he grew up, the author joins his dad on a hunt for the treasured speckled trout.






31 Jul
Global Volunteers, a non-profit organization providing aid to communities around the world with the assistance of short-term vacationers, has launched International LGBT Volunteer Vacations, the first program of its kind in the volunteer-vacation field.






31 Jul
At the Hôtel Plaza Athénée, a “soft” reopening after a 10-month expansion and renovation.






31 Jul
There’s more to this town of 100,000 than just the Packers. Green Bay boasts everything from craft beer to a postcard-perfect amusement park to the National Railroad Museum.






31 Jul
A family of four adjusts to the rhythms of a new culture, with the two younger ones leading the way.






31 Jul
Calypso, the new eatery and lounge housed in a bamboo-clad building by the Pritzker Prize-winning architect, is light, airy and unexpectedly intimate.






31 Jul
From movies to museums to meals, here are ways to save in the city while the weather sizzles.






31 Jul
Opening this Friday in a building that once housed the legendary Hotel Majestic, the Peninsula Hotel Paris is the latest luxury property in the city to target its amenities toward an increasingly international (and demanding) clientele.






31 Jul
Opened in late 2012, this property is situated within walking distance of major sights and features a rooftop bar with expansive views of the city.






31 Jul
Dishes at this spot, opened last December, come matched to three drink suggestions: a wine, a beer and a cocktail.






31 Jul
While restaurants take a more casual, accessible approach, creativity still sparkles on the plate.






31 Jul
For anyone planning a late-summer getaway, the natural-skincare queen offers an indispensable list of where to shop, dine and relax around the Green Mountain State.






30 Jul
Traveling on a Princess Cruises ship just became a little sweeter with the company’s new Chocolate Journeys initiative, created in partnership with the chocolatier and pastry chef Norman Love.






30 Jul
Remembering an adventurous trip to an elephant festival in Thailand, one of the last vacations the author took with her brother.






30 Jul
Jalan Besar, known for its divey karaoke bars and cheap hotels, has recently lured design stores and hip coffee shops.






30 Jul
A 1.4-mile pedestrian promenade, opened in June 2013, is packed with recreational activities, restaurants and bars and patches of flowers, plants and trees.






30 Jul
After nearly 70 years of operation, the Cambridge, England, antiques emporium Gabor Cossa has only had two owners — and the current one really knows his stuff.






29 Jul
A new tour from Gray Line New Orleans shows visitors the watery side of the city.






29 Jul
A weekly capsule of travel news curated by our writers and editors.






28 Jul
Exploring the Bonavista Peninsula, one of Newfoundland's most dramatic appendages, two decades after a fishing moratorium was declared.






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