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Frequent Flier: Embrace the Adventure, and Find an Even Keel
Ben Pascal, who travels the world marketing a pathogen-detecting device, finds the journey is easiest when he keeps a cool head.
T Magazine: Pierre Hardy Shares His Favorite Hometown Haunts in the City of Light
On the eve of Paris Fashion Week, the revered accessories designer opens up about where to eat, workout and shop.
Where to Go Now: Near or Far, Head South to Escape the Winter
From St. Vincent to South Africa, the Travel section has some suggestions for sunny getaways ? just in time for spring break.
In Transit Blog: Goodie Bags Filled With Memories
A welcome gift like a bottle of Champagne is standard at many high-end hotels, but some properties are also giving their guests goodies at checkout.
Overnighter: Ravenna, Italy, Glittering Still
A few miles from the Adriatic Sea, the city has arcade-lined piazzas, wine bars brimming with locals and spectacular Byzantine mosaics.
In Transit Blog: In Iowa, a New John Wayne Museum
The John Wayne Birthplace Museum is scheduled to open this spring in Winterset, Iowa.
Itineraries: Etihad Airways? Rapid Growth Frustrates Rivals
How Etihad runs and is financed is central in a fight with airlines in the United States, which accuse Persian Gulf carriers of stealing passengers.
In Mecca of Modernism, a New Pack of Devotees
Palm Springs has been marketing itself as a destination for fans of its slightly idealized past, playing up its modernist architecture and celebrity lifestyle.
In Transit Blog: A Dolly Parton Show Makeover
Dolly Parton?s ?Dixie Stampede? show and dinner in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., has received a multimillion-dollar upgrade
T Magazine: Marco de Vincenzo on Where to Shop, Dine and Even Sightsee in Milan
The designer, who presents his fall 2015 collection in Italy?s fashion capital on Friday, shares his favorite places to eat Chinese and discover creative ideas.