Thursday, Jan 29, 2015

4 Wheels, Nighttime Thrills


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  1. Friends from Another Hemisphere

    In Burma, David Heath Captures Smiles Over Scars

    In his new photo book, David Heath focuses on Burma’s smiles, not its scars. In this excerpt and photo essay, the globe-trotting photographer recalls what he loved most about the country.

  2. No Days Off

    Labor and Life Aboard A Maine Lobster Boat

    For the lobstermen who call Penobscot Bay home, there is no off-season, and unpredictable waters make their jobs difficult and dangerous throughout the year. We paid one boat a visit to see what goes into catching a Maine lobster.

  3. TiG

    What's new, now

    Today in Gear: January 29, 2015

    Nike brings back the Killshot, silver satin kerosene lamps, 100+ images of racing’s golden age, night vision home security and more.

  4. Time Is Money

    A Rose (Gold) By Any Other Name

    The Dirty Little Secret of the Rose Gold-Plated Watch

    Plated and PVD rose gold watches are little discussed, but great examples are out there — and they cost fractions compared to their solid-gold brethren. Watch expert James Lamdin of analog/shift helps us sort out the glittering mess.


    Best Hard-Shell and Hard-Side Suitcases

    In the good old days of train travel, a gentleman would have a cavalcade of steamer trunks in tow, housing all manner of wardrobe, knick knacks and accoutrements. These days are different — but thankfully, technology is on your side.

  6. Q&A

    Plan Less, Walk More and Unplug

    Here, Now What? Rolf Potts on Traveling to New Places

    Ever pondered the question of Genghis Khan’s missing testicles in Mongolia? Rolf Potts has done that — and more — and he’s offered GP some tips of traveling to place you’ve never been.

  7. Buying Guide

    Life on the Road, Refined

    Quick Essentials for the Seasoned Traveler

    These are the premium accoutrements to any journey, the picks that come from the refined palate of the guy who’s putting six figures of flight miles on the books each year.

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