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April 4, 2007
Cast a Line in Naples, Florida

Mangrove-lined islands and backcountry rivers and canals attract a remarkable mix of fish species—and waterfront activities—to the coast and inlets of the Gulf of Mexico.

March 28, 2007
Track Down Vintage Fashion in Paris

This season’s metallic leggings and T-shirt dresses may be gone by fall, but in the City of Light, yesterday's couture is still in vogue—and for sale.

March 21, 2007
Cheat on Broadway With Chicago

The Second City fancies itself a purer theater town than New York, favoring acting over hype, and tiny gems over $100-a-seat blockbusters. Put that claim to the test by checking out some of this season's most promising shows.

March 5, 2008
Ski Into Spring at Jay Peak

Find hotel bargains and plenty of fresh powder on a late-season ski trip to Vermont's Northeastern Kingdom.

March 7, 2007
Ski Unreal Powder in Park City

With the Sundance festival behind it, Utah's tony resort town readies big discounts for its perennially snowy spring.

March 7, 2007
Hunt for Bargains in West Palm Beach

Where there are millionaires with remodeled mansions, there are furnishings at fire-sale prices. South Florida’s Antique Row is brimming with coveted castaways.

February 28, 2007
Work Up an Appetite in Nashville

More than just a country-music mecca, the Tennessee capital also has an electric food scene powered by one of the nation’s oldest farmers' markets.

February 21, 2007
Take the Kids to the Hamptons

Long Island’s eastern shores are less crowded and more inclusive in the off-season, making them a bargain destination for families—at least until Memorial Day.

February 14, 2007
Hunt for Obscure Wines in Prague

Better known for its devotion to beer, the Czech Republic is showing it can make some pretty great wines too. Taste for yourself in the country’s vinny-crazy capital.

January 31, 2007
Get Literary in Los Angeles

An abundance of indie bookstores, noirish landmarks, and writerly watering holes make the City of Angels (a.k.a. the biggest book-buying city in America) a bibliophile’s paradise.

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