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It’s difficult to keep Isabel Gallego down.

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A communal area of the lodge at the Bivvi in Breckinridge, Colo., which opened in December.

    Travelwise

    Wow. Are you sure this is a hostel?

    On my first night in Cleveland last year, I fell asleep spooning my backpack. I maneuvered my laptop beneath my pillow and leaned my favorite red boots against the wall by my feet. For the first time in more than a decade, I was overnighting in a hostel, and I didn’t know what to expect.

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 Balsam pear fruit

    Fairchild’s tropical garden column

    Uncontrolled balsam pear can burden your plants

    Every spring and summer I see beautiful, pendulous orange orbs hanging from my hedges. At first I was curious about a new plant. Then as a Miami resident who has regretted letting invasive plants grow unchecked, I became suspicious: What is this strange plant and what does it want?

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Spanish hams being salted.

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    Master the Art of the Cut at Carmen y Lola in Doral

    The Spanish — on both sides of the pond — are one people united by a passion for pig, whether lechón or jamón. And now that Spanish food is all the rage, a trend that shows no sign of slowing down, the world is in love with jamón. Serrano, for sure, but also the ultimate Spanish ham, jamon ibérico, preferably de bellota.

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David's Bridal dressmaker Noel Belancourt wheels a plus-size mannequin to his workstation.

    Mannequin makeover

    Retailers are adding thicker waists, saggier breasts and back fat to mimic shoppers’ actual shapes

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