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  • Surf and Serenity on Hawaii’s Garden Island

    Posted 2 days ago
    Rainbows, waterfalls, secret beaches, scenic mountains and lush green valleys are among the vistas residents enjoy from their Kauai homes. The Hawaiian Islands’ fourth largest with the fitting “Garden Island” nickname is also its norther...
  • British Sports Car Manufacturer TVR is Back From the Dead

    Posted 6 days ago
    TVRs were never the all-out fastest cars. They were never the most advanced, nor were they the best looking. They most certainly weren’t the most reliable, either, but TVRs always had personality in spades and they typically offered savage performan...
  • Greece is the Word: Ancient Islands Await

    Posted 2015-05-26
    Beauty, beaches and the birth of civilization.  It’s no wonder Greece has inspired mankind since, well, ancient civilization. Find yourself on a Greek island beach kissed by the azure waters of the Aegean or Ionian seas and you’re bound ...
  • The Honda NSX: 25 Years and Two Amazing Supercars

    Posted 2015-05-26
    For 10 long years, Honda Motor Co. left the world without an NSX, and we were worse off for it. The NSX did for supercars what the Mazda Miata did for small roadsters. It showed that you could own an exotic mid-engined supercar and use it comfortably ever...
  • Traverse City: Great Lakes Splendor meets food and local wine

    Posted 2015-04-28
    Food and wine aficionados are following the lead of acclaimed chef Mario Batali and HGTV star Carter Oosterhouse in recognizing Traverse City as a place to love and live. Batali, a self-professed big fan of this foodie town in northern Michigan, has joi...
  • The classic Porsche 911 Market Continues to Surprise

    Posted 2015-04-28
    They call the Corvette “America’s Sports Car”. If you were to use that same type of phrasing for Germany or even all of Europe, the car to settle on would probably have to be the Porsche 911. In production for over half a century now, it...
  • History meets modern times in Washington DC

    Posted 2015-03-31
    From the outside looking in, Washington, D.C., seems, well, so political. But live in the nation’s capital, right now on the verge of its famous springtime cherry blossom explosion, and you’ll discover a dynamic downtown, recently gentrified n...
  • Five Standouts from the 2015 Geneva Motor Show

    Posted 2015-03-30
    Geneva is Europe’s, and arguably the world’s, premier auto show and 2015 was bigger than ever before. The 85th running of the event saw 682,000 people, including 11,300 media representatives, enter the showroom over 11 days earlier this month....
  • South Florida’s Yacht Towns- Live here and boat all year

    Posted 2015-02-23
    South Florida, from Miami north about 100 miles or so, offers glimpses of its mega yachts whenever scenic A1A skirts deep-water canals or the Intracoastal Waterway. Spanning up to 200 feet, many of these super-sized vessels are larger than the area’...
  • The Amelia Island Auctions 2015- 6 Cars to Watch

    Posted 2015-02-23
    The 2015 auction season has gotten off to a huge start. Closely following the sales in Scottsdale during January, Mecum’s gargantuan auction Kissimmee, Florida brought out over 2,500 cars and brought almost $66.5 million in total sales. Later in Feb...