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  • Happy 300th, Detroit

    To the world, Detroit is usually regarded as the home of cars and Motown music. But this gritty Midwestern city offers a full list of options for the adventurous traveler. Within a one-hour flight from Midway or O'Hare or a 260-mile drive or train ride...
  • Detroit reborn

    Construction of a new major league baseball park wouldn't create a sonic boom in most cities. But for Detroit, it truly has. The Tigers' Comerica Park is well on its way to being completed for opening day next April. Its planning and construction...
  • Beach-side bohemia by San Diego

    Beach-side bohemia by San Diego
    I first visited the tiny community of Leucadia in northern San Diego County four years ago on a bicycle trip. It was a town in a time warp, circa 1967. Its downtown, if you could call it that, consisted of a few stores and cafes along one side of Highway...
  • Viva Mexico City!

    Anyone who climbs to the top of the ancient Pyramid of the Sun gets seven years of good luck, according to my guide Gabriel Perez. After I returned from my breathtaking ascent up what is called the world's third largest pyramid, Perez said: "Now you'll...
  • Commissioned Works Don't Soar to New Cathedral's Heights

    The works of art commissioned for the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels don't begin to approach the pungent complexity of what the building's celebrated Spanish architect has attempted. Josť Rafael Moneo's cathedral design creates a powerful...
  • House of many spirits

    House of many spirits
    Rising steeply above the narrow sidewalk, the Casa de la Malinche resembles a 16th century fortress, and over the years this hulking edifice has seen its share of invasions and alterations, not all of them friendly. Its oldest sections are believed to...
  • The Craigslist Phenomenon

    The Craigslist Phenomenon
    Craig Newmark was the kid other kids picked on. Schoolmates didn't invite him to parties. He got low marks in "plays well with others." His sixth-grade teacher sent him to the school counselor, who fretted about Newmark's lack of social skills, then...