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New York isn’t the only U.S. city that never sleeps. Whether you’re just dining out or gearing up for Miami’s legendary club scene, you’ll want to consider pushing your plans back later than usual — or risk being the first to arrive. Leading clubs, such as Space and E11even, are open around the clock, while another top choice, LIV, doesn’t open its doors until nearly midnight.

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Sam's Club had the cleanest layout in my experience. While I wouldn't categorize any of the stores as dirty or claustrophobic, Sam's had an almost futuristic sheen to it and wide-open spaces in which to roam.

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While springtime is usually unbearably hot and hazy in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, islands in the southern reaches of the Gulf of Thailand continue to enjoy idyllic conditions through April.

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“Join the CVS club. It’s a flat fee up front but you receive $10 each month in Extra Bucks that more than pays for the membership (almost double),” says Staci Lyn Garcia. CareClub is $5 a month and also offers free delivery. Go to CVS.com/carepass/join.

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Finding the cheapest fuel was once sport for me. But phone apps like Gas Buddy, Gas Guru and Fuelzee make it almost too easy to find the best gas deals. Since you can use them to screen for brands, you can also make sure you’re getting good quality fuel, which, in the long run, matters to the health of your car.

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There are so many book lovers who are also in book clubs — and so many book clubs that consider themselves lovers of wine as much as books. This gift is ideal for anyone who falls into that category. (And with all the book clubs we’ve visited as authors? We think we might have to buy these in bulk.)

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One of the high spots of the year in Riccia is a picturesque grape festival that celebrates the end of the vendemmia or harvest and attracts wine lovers from across Italy.

What is the matter with the world today? It used to be people joined fraternal organizations to help out people who were in need. One good exa…

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HELENA — Montana officials won't pull the liquor licenses of an ultra-exclusive ski resort that counts Bill Gates and Justin Timberlake among its members as part of a $370,000 settlement agreement with Yellowstone Club owners and executives, including one who is a major campaign donor to Gov. Steve Bullock.

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