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Insights: Sports—Do the Olympics Still Matter?

Reeling from scandal, the international games adapt to a tarnished image

Posted: August 1, 2000    By George Vecsey


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Miami's War of Words

For members of Miami's Cuban-American community, the war with Castro rages on

Posted: August 1, 2000    By Jonathan Kandell


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Volleys With the Pros

Players Trade Shots With the Legends of Australian tennis at a Texas Fantasy Camp

Posted: August 1, 2000    By Joel Drucker


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Two Seats to Paradise

Roadster Redux! Once an extinct breed, the two-seater--wind in the hair and all--is on the road again

Posted: August 1, 2000    By Paul A. Eisenstein


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The Belle Of Biarritz

The Hôtel du Palais may be the jewel of Biarritz, France, But the town offers plenty of other attractions

Posted: August 1, 2000    By William Echikson


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Fighting Tobacco Beetles

It's every cigar smoker's nightmare -- a close encounter with tobacco beetles. These pinhead-sized insects can turn a humidor full of precious cigars...more

Posted: July 10, 2000    By David Savona


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Insights: Finance

Micro-cap stocks are proof that great investment gifts can come in small packages

Posted: June 1, 2000   


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Insights: Indulgences—A Cut Above

The Mecca for custom-made shirts is a small firm in New York City

Posted: June 1, 2000    By Matt Kramer


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Insights: Sports—Tale of the Tennis Titans

Agassi and Sampras prepare for Grand Slam showdowns

Posted: June 1, 2000    By Cliff Drysdale


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Great Moments

A Measure of Time

Posted: June 1, 2000    By Bernard Kalb


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Buying Today's Hot Artists

A Contemporary Look Buying Contemporary Art Means Searching Beyond the Obvious

Posted: June 1, 2000    By Judd Tully


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Painted Treasures

Investing in Oils Portrait paintings capture more than simple images, becoming family treasures and paying dividends as status symbols

Posted: June 1, 2000    By Warren Kalbacker


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