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Finding the perfect gift for every type of traveler is a seemingly daunting task. But every trip has four component parts: preparing to go, entertaining yourself during your journey, making the most of your time in a destination and remembering it all when you get home. We've broken down our gift guide this year into those
The best present ideas, selected by Times experts, to make shopping easy this season.
24 Nov 2015 Balms, bevs, books & other very useful bits under $100.
For the children in your life, some ideas for gifts beyond the perennial in-demand items. Perhaps a D.I.Y Gamer Kit for the Minecraft aficionado? Or a Victorian dollhouse for the American Girl doll collector? Or a make-your-own comic book for the Spider-Man fan? Or a fort-building kit to get the whole family playing together?
The best present ideas, selected by Times experts, to make shopping easy this season.
This year's crop of art books includes a detailed analysis of Picasso's sculptures, an examination of Africa's early cultural exchanges with Renaissance Europe and handy volumes on two American originals, Helen Frankenthaler and Agnes Martin. The New York Times's art critics weigh in about these and other gift ideas.
Whether the gift is handmade, artisanal, bespoke or heritage (choose your favorite overused term), the trend continues. The majority of our picks were sourced from the makers themselves — individuals and small companies creating handmade products that, in many cases, challenge traditional notions of craft. By Rima
Gifts for New Yorkers of every kind: transplants, expats, longtime residents and those just visiting. These include dining and cultural experiences that highlight some of what makes the city so much fun, and a little something for those needing a break from the hustle and bustle. By Justin Sablich and Sam Roberts
Food and Cooking. The cook who has everything still craves something more. Here are food gifts — practical, beautiful and edible — from the staff of The New York Times Food and Cooking to please those who spend the year pleasing you.
It can be daunting to sift through the newest technology products to find something worthy of your gadget-obsessed friends and family. Fret not: These are the most useful and entertaining tech gifts of the year. By Brian X. Chen and Farhad Manjoo