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Stephen Milioti

July 23, 2007 |
Seven Hotels for Under $250 a Night. In New York.

Or so close it doesn’t matter.

April 7, 2008
Tested: AeroGarden Pro100

One sleepless night, I was watching QVC. And there it was: AeroGarden Pro100, a tabletop gardening kit that calls itself “aeroponic.”

November 26, 2007 |
The New Gold Coast

As a locus for five-star hotels, Columbus Circle lost some luster during the early nineties, when the St. Moritz and Plaza became outclassed by newer, more luxe properties around town. But with the reopening of the Plaza and the debut of splashy Six Columbus—not to mention a surge in shopping and dining options—the blocks near Central Park’s southern edge are suddenly hot again.

November 26, 2007 |
Avoiding the Inevitable

Big family? Lots of friends? Secret Santa? Everybody, at some point in the holiday season, has to acquire gifts in bulk.

December 18, 2006
Open Water

One person’s clean quest ends with a Japanese toilet.

June 6, 2005 | Feature
No Job Too Puny

Problem: leaky faucet, crumbling grout, shelves still in a box. Answer: the odd-job man. A search for someone willing to sweat the small stuff.

December 20, 2004 | It Happened This Year: A Guide to 2004
New York Got Malled.

What’s so wrong with popcorn shrimp? Learning to love Time Warner Center, Home Depot, Red Lobster, and the rest of the new chain gang.

December 6, 2004 | Strategist
Maybe Some Other Time

Canceling is a New York art—especially over the holidays.

October 18, 2004 | Map
Back to the Seventies
October 6, 2004 | Map
Map No 1: Lower-Middle-Upper West Side

There are many upper west sides, but none of them have been considered cool. Until now: Barneys Co-Op just landed on Broadway and 75th, lighting up a ten-block stretch that could become a place you go out of your way to visit.

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