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Q&A: A Touring Dancer?s Packing Steps
Glenn Allen Sims, who travels with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, shares his suitcase strategies.
Pursuits: At a Paris Flea Market, Tips for Treasure Hunters
Over the past two years, the giant Marché aux Puces de Paris/St.-Ouen has become cool again. Here?s some guidance for conquering the sprawling stalls.
In Transit Blog: Gingerbread for a Cause
At Great Wolf Lodge resorts, life-size gingerbread houses are part of a charity initiative.
In Transit Blog: In Newport, Historic Homes for the Holidays
In Newport, R.I., visitors can tour storied mansions decorated for Christmas.
East Coast Storm Disrupts Thanksgiving Travel
New York City saw less than a half-inch of snow, but suburbs to the north and west reported as much as 10 inches by Wednesday night.
Check In: Hotel Review: D.O.M. Hotel in Rome
This boutique property, opened late last year, offers a superb location and a good value for a five-star hotel.
T Magazine: Just in Time for Art Basel, a First Look at Miami?s Newest Hotel
Ian Schrager, the hotelier who co-founded New York?s Studio 54, returned to his old stomping grounds to open The Miami Beach Edition in what was the Seville Hotel.
36 Hours in Santa Fe
Winter offers a slower, less crowded Santa Fe experience, leaving time for visitors to savor culture, a cocktail or a green-chile cheeseburger.
In Transit Blog: For a Wintry Holiday, Airlines Waive Fees
Because of winter storm Cato several airlines are waiving fees to change or cancel flights.
In Transit Blog: In Quiet Puglia, Lots of Classes
The Borgo Egnazia resort in Puglia is offering off-season classes in subjects like cooking, photography, and golf.