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The Perfect Cup

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The Perfect Cup

Terra Kaffe’s espresso machine elevates your morning ritual with the press of a...

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.

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Georgia All Over

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

LifeLabs MegaWarm: The Best Winter Jacket

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The World’s Warmest Jacket

This deliciously pillowy puffer — made from 87% recycled materials — will keep you...

London artist Stuart Haygarth has always been a collector—of junk. The cigarette lighters, plastic bottles, toy shovels, combs, and hairbrushes that wash up on the English coastline are what particularly catch his eye. And after bags of the stuff sat in his studio untouched for months, Haygarth eventually strung all the pieces together and found that a 100-watt bulb stuck in the middle made the plastic glow. His five-foot chandelier caused such a stir at the London Design Festival, he is now taking private commissions. $9,600; 49-30/215-4975; www.stuarthaygarth.com.

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