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Finding the Keys


Finding the Keys

Michael Carroll examines the literary history and enduring allure of Key West.

Wormsloe State Historic Site in Savannah is likely the city’s most iconic spot. It’s home to a dusty path lined by two rows of doleful oak trees.


Georgia All Over

Touring the sensory experiences of a state that refuses to be neatly categorized.

Our Favorite Home Tech Items of the Year


Our Favorite Home Tech Items of the Year

Our editors’ picks for the sleekest, most life-improving gadgets.

When portrait painter Sydney Albertini took time off during her pregnancy, she ended up discovering a whole new medium. What began as a few brushstrokes on plates at her mother's ceramics store in Greenwich, Connecticut, developed into a line of one-of-a-kind tableware. Albertini customizes her signature patterns—a fiery red coral design is popular—to match clients' tastes and paints each piece in her East Hampton, New York, studio. "They're truly authentic," says Adriana Cisneros, who commissioned the artist to make the place settings for her wedding. "No one's ever seen anything like them." Three-piece setting, $210; 631-907-9371;


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