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Bars Opening Soon in New York
This fall, rooftop, basement and vault are among the sites of the city?s new drinking dens.
36 Hours in Charlotte, N.C.
Explore the ?Queen City,? where downtown is Uptown, the Old South is new and the attractions range from bike routes to the Nascar Hall of Fame.
Plan for Thames Estuary Airport Near London Is Rejected by Panel
Britain?s Airport Commission said the logistical and financial risks of the project were too great and that the city?s future needs could be met by other alternatives.
U.S. Travelers to Cuba Face Stricter Rules on Imports
Cuba has imposed stronger restrictions on goods being brought into the country by relatives of its citizens, meaning some Americans will not be able to deliver as many gifts to their families as they have in the past.
Frequent Flier: Roadside Adventures Result in a Book on Business
For Paul Oyer, an economics professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, an impromptu road trip led to a multiyear research project.
Itineraries: Upgrades, and Higher Prices, for Airport Hotels
With occupancy rates increasing, many airport hotels are investing in renovations to their rooms, lobbies and meeting space ? and raising their prices.
On the Road: Business Fliers on a Budget, and Seats That Don?t Budge
As tensions over cramped conditions flare on planes, seats that do not recline may begin to show a certain appeal.
Corner Office: Lindsey Ueberroth of Preferred Hotels: When Running a Meeting, Speak Last
A C.E.O. says that to avoid swaying the conversation in meetings, ?I?ve learned to throw a topic out, ask a lot of questions and get a lot of engagement before I speak my mind.?
In Transit Blog: A Rare Peek at a Protected Island
A normally restricted portion of Santa Cruz Island in California will be opened for just two dates in 2014.
Update: In Las Vegas, Gun Ranges Are Tourist Draws
An accidental shooting in Arizona has put a spotlight on gun tourism.