The “Revolution-ary” Volocopter


—Why the Volocopter may change city travel for good. What’s the point of having a futuristic city if we can’t get some flying cars? Since the first run- in with traffic, the unused asset above our heads offered pipe dreams of flying past highway log jams and congested intersections towards a brighter future. Although it…

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A Hand-Rolled Moment with Jimenez Tobacco

Cigars commemorate. They celebrate. They congratulate. The smell of lit, aged tobacco often accompanies a celebration of what has been and what will be. They light up the major forks of the roads we take, signaling a graduation, a promotion or a marriage like a road sign. They point to the future ahead but also…

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On the Road to Enlightenment with the Karma Revero


What goes around comes around. An idiom prescribed by chastising mothers teaching their children about the consequences of actions. But the phrase doesn’t have to be negative. When viewed from a glass half full, the phrase asserts that good people reap the benefits of their kindness. Along similar lines, hard work, focus on excellence and…

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Supersonic Renaissance: The Aerion AS2


Kick off your shoes, stretch out on the couch, adjust your pillows and curl up with your favorite book. Check the console. It’s a balmy 82 degrees in Venice. Looking down on the endless clouds below racing by at 1,000 miles per hour as you cross the Atlantic three hours faster than the average commuter?…

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Buick’s Regal Avenir Showcased at Saratoga Spring’s Adelphi Hotel

Buick Regal Avenir

In the 19th century, Saratoga Springs gained fame among the American elite for its European-style spring that attracted thousands of travelers in search of health and wellness. The mineral water’s restorative properties brought the famous, the rich and the cultured, all in search of the aptly dubbed “Fountain of Youth.” In 1863, Saratoga opened its…

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A Drive Through Hollywood


Thirteen years before David Horsley and Al Christie opened their motion picture studio on Sunset Boulevard that kickstarted the world’s most dominant film industry, the small, seaside community of Deal, New Jersey had its own Hollywood. Established in 1898, Hollywood Golf Club’s 7,040-yard, 18-hole course lies only a couple of Big Bertha drives from a…

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