Lavinia: The World's Best Wine Shop? Enormous, eclectic and fiercely committed to quality no matter the source, Paris's new Lavinia champions everything from small French vigneron bottlings to big-name American wines. Patrick Matthews visits.
Holidays: Passover in Sawtooth In their house near Sawtooth National Forest, one family celebrates the holiday Idaho-style, with crispy fried trout, spiced brisket and brown-sugar cookies.
Trends: Social Science | Party Technology Ten new high-tech toys for any party, from a tapeless camcorder to a photo-snapping robot.
Party Bliss | Rita Konig Rita Konig, the London-based author of "Domestic Bliss," shares her must-haves for entertaining and the tactics that allow her to actually have fun at her own parties.
Olivier's Twist | Olivier Baussan Olivier Baussan, founder of Oliviers & Co. and L'Occitane, made his fortune selling artisanal olive oils and herb-scented soaps. Now he has a fresh ambition: to open a new kind of Mediterranean restaurant in America.
Sunday Lunch With La Famiglia
A family of talented Italian home cooks gathers for lunch under a leafy pergola to honor the spirit of their Nonna Amelia, who joyfully prepared meals for as many as 80 relatives.
Urgent Dispatch from Two Editors On the Road: Cambodia From: Kate Krader & Pam Kaufman