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July 25, 2007
See Modern Martha’s Vineyard

With a spate of revamped hotels and upgraded kitchens, a robust local art scene, and those ever-gorgeous beaches, the summer perennial has rarely looked better.

August 1, 2007
Scope Out Art in the Berkshires

Even with Tanglewood concerts and the Williamstown Theater Festival winding down, the art scene keeps this New England culture capital humming well into autumn.

July 5, 2007
Cool Off in Nantucket

As the summer crowds thin, now’s the time to check out the chic new digs, restaurants, and shops they’re leaving behind.

June 5, 2007
Shake Your Hips in Cartagena

Indulge in late-night rumba in this up-and-coming Colombian city.

August 28, 2007
Find Cowboy Chic in Calgary

Flush with oil money and a surging economy, the town made famous by its rodeo is becoming a sophisticated big city.

June 20, 2007
Win Respect for Atlantic City

The Jersey Shore’s much-maligned gambling town is finally shedding its dumpy reputation.

June 13, 2007
Summer on the Cheap in Montauk

Long Island’s easternmost village has the same ocean views, sandy beaches, and fresh-fish obsession as the Hamptons. With one difference: You don’t need tons of cash to enjoy them.

June 6, 2007
Indulge Your Senses in Scottsdale

The spa-centric city slashes rates starting in June, making the Vegas-style pools, organic body treatments, and chic restaurants a lot more affordable.

May 30, 2007
See Modern Art in Houston

The Texas oil metropolis has emerged as an international art destination with a suddenly hip (yes, hip) museum district.

May 16, 2007
Banish the Big City in Big Sur

With its rugged beauty and bohemian vibe, the coastline south of Monterey, California, represents the antithesis to urban living. Think tree-house hotels, kelp forests, and coed, naked hot springs.

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