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The Wall Street Journal

Travel Tips for Touring Artists

OneRepublic shares their advice for world travel.

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The Wall Street Journal

This Ghost Is a Machine

Daniel Paisner will publish his 54th book early next year, the latest achievement in a quarter-century career marked by more best sellers than all but the very biggest names in publishing. Yet almost no one has heard of him, including most of his readers.

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The Wall Street Journal

Writers Leave the Book Covers to Him

Rodrigo Corral is the darling of the literati—even though he's not a writer, agent or publisher....

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The Wall Street Journal

Meyer Gets His Juices Flowing

"What's incredible is that all of the ingredients have a voice," observed Danny Meyer at a private tasting Tuesday morning about Union Square Hospitality Group's new Creative Juice line....

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The Wall Street Journal

Meyer Gets His Juices Flowing

What's incredible is that all of the ingredients have a voice, observed Danny Meyer at a private tasting Tuesday morning about Union Square Hospitality Group's new Creative Juice line.

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The Wall Street Journal

New York City Tennis Fees at Parks Ace Out Many

Greater New York section front page story:
A steep price increase for most permits required to play tennis on New York City's public courts has changed the game, pricing out thousands of players while creating shorter wait times for those who can afford to pay.

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The Wall Street Journal

Home Team for All Seasons

Greater New York section front page story: Only one team appears at Madison Square Garden 275 nights a year, and they do it without a lick of applause or a single ticketed spectator.

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The Wall Street Journal

Writers Leave the Book Covers to Him

Rodrigo Corral is the darling of the literati—even though he's not a writer, agent or publisher.