Good Life Guide
New York Giant Justin Tuck punishes his opponents on the field, but off the gridiron he’s all heart
From Chevy Chase’s pratfall send-ups of Jerry Ford to Tina Fey’s dead-on Sarah Palin, “Saturday Night Live” has been using comic relief to frame the political debate for 35 years.
The 12-course Mission Hills Hainan golf complex outside Hong Kong may be just the tip of the iceberg for a Chinese golf club renaissance that could lead to 100 courses there.
“Who’s No. 1?” used to be an easy question. Then Tiger fell from grace, and the world looked to an arcane mathematical system to determine who sits atop the golf totem.
Mixed martial arts not only has us watching startling pugilism, it has created openings for gamblers in its UFC version, a sport too young for the odds makers to have completely figured out its probabilities.
Remember when assuaging your environmental conscience with a hybrid car meant giving up performance and luxury? High-end automakers are belying that notion with a brace of alternative-energy cars that sometimes out-perform the traditional versions.
Our guide to taking the edge off the many hours of cramped airplane time with a trove of portable tech—from noise-cancelling headphones to super laptops to e-books and gaming—will keep you sane on the plane.
We conduct our annual review of the Swiss watch shows and come up with a top-10 list for 2011 that includes a return to elegance, an exuberant designing spirit and—gasp—the first electronic watch to ever crack the list.
The prospect of smoking Havana cigars is a delight—except when you’ve been duped with fakes. Here’s how to tell the bogus from the real deal.
The first Davidoff CEO to come from without the close-knit firm nevertheless has deep roots in tobacco. He reveals some of the game plan for the storied cigar company as it begins its second century.