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The Eternal City
08 May

The Eternal City

Perhaps more than any other city, Rome is a palimpsest - history overlaid on history, each layer acquiring new meaning as it acquires new neighbors.

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On the Road in Mexico
27 Mar

On the Road in Mexico

Modern plane travel has accustomed us to traveling vast distances in a matter of hours. This is, of course, a great convenience. But it can never match the pleasure and satisfaction earned by those dawdlers who have the time to enjoy older modes of transportation - the train, or, what our friend Neil Watson rolled from Mexico City to Oaxaca to Huatulco in, the car.

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Cruising Through Miami
19 Sep

Cruising Through Miami

Miami is one of the great American cities. It’s a vacation destination for beach lovers, and home to a thriving Cuban-American population. Sadly, it was recently flooded by Hurricane Irma, and now may be affected by Hurricane Maria as well. In this photo essay, Neil Watson shares a few of the facets of the jewel that is Miami.

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A Walk Through Philadelphia
05 Sep

A Walk Through Philadelphia

Philadelphia is known as the city of Rocky, the Liberty Bell, and Brotherly Love. In this photo essay, Neil Watson takes us through the less famous sites of the city.

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Fiat Luxury
15 Jun

Fiat Luxury

Among Italians, Milan is widely considered the ugliest city in the country. It’s true the city’s industrial history and financial present have not left the cultural riches of Florence or Rome or Naples or Venice or even quaint, clean Turin farther north or gems like Verona to the east.

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A Setting Sun
13 Jun

A Setting Sun

A generation of royalty is now exiting the world stage. Just weeks ago Prince Philip of England announced his retirement, and now Emperor Akihito of Japan joins him.

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Losing Ground in Montreal
22 Nov

Losing Ground in Montreal

Montreal offers visitors a little bit of old Europe without the trans-Atlantic flight. The vibrant cafe and restaurant scene, the French language (although Parisians might scoff). But the cobblestone streets no longer. They are now being ripped up, to be replaced by concrete. These new streets may provide surer footing. Kinder on the ankles, perhaps. But there are some places they’ll never go.

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A Walk Through Florence
28 Jun

A Walk Through Florence

Every time I’m in Florence for Pitti Uomo, I find myself hoping that one day my passport will miraculously say Repubblica Italiana. I learn the language, eat the food and perfect the hand gestures. Yet, I remain an outsider. But an observant one. Here are some non tourist pictures of the city I'd love to call home.

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