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Purpose Driven
Ayesha Khan | September 25, 2014

Lewiston prides itself on being the second largest town in Maine, but it is typical of New England—red-bricked and lined with church steeples. But as ordinary as the town may seem, famed native son Patrick Dempsey—who overcame...

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Epicurean Adventure
Beth Weitzman | September 25, 2014

Paradise can be described as a state of delight—and for anyone who appreciates good food, fine wine and breathtaking oceanfront resorts, it can also be defined as Cayman...

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The Art of Timing
Jason Sheeler | September 25, 2014

Helping make the Dallas Contemporary the kind of place that brings Juergen Teller and Julian Schnabel to town is pretty decent prep work for starting your own gallery. “I’m building my next chapter on the foundation of my...

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Turns Ahead
Misty Milioto | September 25, 2014

This year, the top U.S. ski resorts are offering striking upgrades to further elevate your winter getaways to even higher levels of mountain luxury. We’ve vetted the finest offerings on or near the slopes in six buzzing ski states to curate...

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Fuel with Fire
Alexandria Bauer | September 19, 2014

1. Rosewood Mansion
A picturesque terrace awaits your arrival at this delightful neighborhood favorite. Lounge beneath a canopy of majestic oak...

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"Fit" Mas
Alexandria Bauer | September 15, 2014

1. Terlingo Cycle
Get your buns on a seat and enjoy John Terlingo’s 45-minute ride as he takes you through your very own cardio party. The...

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Where The Art Is
Alexandria Bauer | September 5, 2014

1. Ruth Pinnell: Bridging the Gap
For the first time ever, Ruth Pinnell is presenting her work in Texas at The Power Station. The...

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Antèks’ Roadshow
Jason Sheeler | September 3, 2014

“Look, if I could change the spelling, I would.” The spelling of Jason Lenox’s Design District showroom, Antèks, must come up a lot. “It does,” laughs the...

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Benton Does Dallas
Steve Carter | September 3, 2014

San Francisco-based sculptor Fletcher Benton is internationally renowned, from New York’s Metropolitan and Whitney, to D.C.’s Hirshhorn, to LACMA and beyond. But aficionados in Dallas need look no further...

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Comfortable and Classic
Rachael Abrams | Photography by Jill Broussard | September 3, 2014

Open the steel door to the Bishop Arts District’s newest eatery, Stock & Barrel Kitchen Americana, and embark on chef...

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Heart of the Valley
Beth Weitzman | September 2, 2014

Having vision is a very powerful thing—especially when possessed by a driving force like the late Joan Austin. Having passed away last year at age 81, her legacy lives on through the eco-luxe...

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About the Author
Jason Sheeler | September 2, 2014

“I don’t know about you,” Kim Garrett says, her tone just as steely and serious as you’d expect coming from someone who worked for Sheryl Sandberg. “I’m good at starting things. But I never finish....

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