MOST RECENT ARTICLES BY:

Katie Charles

  1. My Toughest CaseDiagnosing a Friend’s Mystery IllnessNeil Roth, Orthopedic Surgeon, Lenox Hill Hospital
  2. My Toughest CaseSaving a Lightning-Strike VictimJanine Kramer, Emergency-Room Physician, Long Island College Hospital
  3. My Toughest CaseRebuilding a Police Officer’s SpineAnthony Frempong-Boadu, Neurosurgeon, NYU Langone Medical Center
  4. My Toughest Case Operating on a Pregnant Woman With Cervical CancerNadeem Abu-Rustum, Oncology Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
  5. My First Time… Removing a Brain TumorMark A. Mittler, Co-chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery, Schneider Children’s Hospital
  6. My First Time… Transplanting a HeartDaniel Goldstein, Vice-chairman of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Montefiore Medical Center
  7. My First Time… Saving a Burn PatientRoger W. Yurt, Burn Center Director, NewYork–Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center
  8. My First Time… Telling a Family Their Loved One DiedYves Duroseau, Medical Director of Emergency Medicine, St. Vincent’s Hospital Manhattan
  9. My First Time… Restarting Someone’s HeartRoshini Rajapaksa, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Gastroenterologist, NYU Langone Medical Center
  10. Influences: Angela LansburyThe Broadway legend, opening in Noël Coward’s Blithe Spirit, her eleventh show, spoke to Katie Charles about her London childhood, including nud […]
  11. Concoctions Like UsWe profiled six soon-to-be married New York couples, and sent their details to cocktail caterers Chad Solomon and Christy Pope, of Cuff & Button […]
  12. Gifts From AbroadOn the heels of Ali G and Ricky Gervais, two Commonwealth comedies try importing funny.
  13. The Semi-Gothic Debut Novelist: Hannah Tinti“One of my first jobs was working at the witch dungeon, basically a basement filled with torture devices used on witches. So my book doesn’t fee […]
  14. Alcoholic Unanonymous!This summer, David Carr proved the troubled-times memoir was alive and kicking. Now here come three more books tackling addiction or mental illness.
  15. Having Fun, All Summer Long.June
  16. Dead in the WaterHow to keep them from wilting prematurely.
  17. Mamet’s Anti-AntiheroRedbelt star Chiwetel Ejiofor goes from Shakespeare to jujitsu.
  18. Carnies With Teeth: Morgan Freeman and Peter GallagherWhen Clifford Odets wrote The Country Girl in 1950, he was still fighting to win back New York after a bad stint in Hollywood, and his play was […]
  19. Chicken or Beef? Neither, Thank YouSeasonal dream menus—designed by top New York City toques— to inspire you to think beyond the usual wedding-food suspects.
  20. A Drink for All SeasonsSeasonal concoctions, created by Brian Miller and Philip Ward of Death & Co., sipped, swilled, and s […]
  21. Hey, I Can Follow This!A history of English in the opera house.
  22. After DarkThere are amusements to be found across town, up and down, from the civilized zing of a chilly after-concert cocktail to the slightly riskier en […]
  23. Chin UpHow Fiona Shaw got over her aversion to Beckett’s Happy Days.
  24. What’s Left of the Locals: Advice From a RegularTransplanted Louisianan and design publicist Elizabeth Blitzer is a devoted flea marketer. She visits her neighborhood Housing Works daily and s […]
  25. The Top 20 Reception IdeasEvent planners’ greatest hits. Plus: a handful of flops.
  26. The Party PrimerSurely most of your friends aren’t natural-born master-logisticians. Here, ideas for the festivities they’ll be planning for you in the months t […]
  27. The Three-Month Culture OrgyA plan for every day of the fall, from Amy Adams to ZZ Top.
  28. Season in the SunCulture and play, till Labor Day.
  29. The Best Novels You’ve Never ReadSixty-one critics reveal their favorite underrated book of the past ten years.
  30. The Reception: Please Be SeatedKaren Bussen, wedding planner and author, lays out the ideal floor plan that takes everyone’s needs—and idiosyncrasies—into consideration.
  31. Transparency in ParkingIt took a high-school kid on a bike to illuminate the murky world of Manhattan garage rates.
  32. East BroadwayEating, shopping, and sipping on Chinatown’s most eclectic thoroughfare.
  33. They’re EverywhereWhen asked to predict the dominant women’s shoe for spring, retailers at four very different stores reached the same conclusion.
  34. Culture Orgy: Winter EditionTrue, Hollywood doesn’t release its finest work, But in New York, January and February can be entertainment oases. A two-month to-do list.
  35. The 47-Year War for Washington Square ParkThe ex–potter’s field is a graveyard for good intentions.
  36. The Mud ReportAs Democrats salivate over their chances, Republicans are spitting back.
  37. Neighborhood ValuesWhat’s happening to prices in your part of town—and where to look for deals right now.
  38. The Three-Month Culture OrgyA decadent to-do list for every single day this fall.
  39. 62 Days of FunHowever you define it.
  40. Taking Inventory: Central Park WestEvery single apartment for sale, from 86th Street to 100th Street.
  41. Clean on the InsideA few days of juice and raw food will scrub your body new.
  42. Window WorkIt’s time to perfect on your squeegee technique.
  43. Closet ConfidentialHow to ditch the unworn, unused, sample-sale misfits once and for all.
  44. Office SpaceHow to go from chaos to orderly, alphabetized serenity.
  45. A Kitchen of DistinctionHow to get the fridge shining, the stove gleaming and the cabinets impeccably crumb-free.
  46. Spring CleaningDe-grime the kitchen yourself? Outsource your shameful clutter to an expert? Either way, it’s time to organize, disinfect, air out, and otherw […]
  47. Taking Inventory: East 64th StreetEvery single apartment for sale, from Fifth Avenue to the river.
  48. MiamiFor this special edition of Strategist, we subjected six great metropolises—London, Paris, Los Angeles, Sydney, Rome, and Miami—to the same scru […]
  49. Drew’s Favorite Brunchery Moves to B’klynAfter 24 years in two West Village locations, the cultishly beloved eatery Shopsin’s is moving its legendary 900-odd-item menu and its Connect F […]
  50. So, You Were Just Asked For a Prenup…You’ve fallen in love and you’re ready to walk down the aisle. You’re fantasizing about your future together when your partner pops the other qu […]
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