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Cire Trudon — the world's oldest candle maker — has created candles for Louis XIV and Napoleon. Since 1643 it's been supplying candles to Saint-Roch church in Paris, and since 1884 has operated only one store. Until now...


So King Tut has returned to New York. The last time the Egyptian blockbuster graced the city was in 1979, and the latest installment is showing at the Discovery Times Square Exposition. Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs is pretty breathtaking stuff — and should be for the $27.50 admission...


One of the best ways to get to know Santa Monica is on two wheels — whether you want to pedal or you just want to cruise. Earlier this year Pedal or Not opened shop with a fleet of California-made Pedego electric bikes that they use to give small group tours of the area. The bikes have options for all riders: full electric motor power that you can switch on with a...

Directed and shot by: Thiago Da Costa. Edited by: Thiago Da Costa, Justin Schultz

New York is one of those rare cities where the name of a neighborhood can change within a generation. And Nolita is one of those neighborhoods. This little downtown plot — roughly south of Houston, west of the Bowery — is still considered part of Little Italy by the old-timers who live there (as opposed to “North of Little Italy”). But to the locals who pack its one-of-a-kind boutiques and watering holes, this hood is distinctly Nolita...

Tony Verri

By Tony Verri of Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel
October 11, 2010 | London
The Wallace Collection

I love art, but hate crowds. Can you suggest some less trafficked museums in London that I can visit without someone violating my personal space?

dmiliano52 | Los Angeles, CA