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Sarah Bernard

October 10, 2005 | Feature
Founding Fathers

The Odeon and Union Square Cafe would seem to have little in common other than the fact that they’re both celebrating anniversaries this month (25 and 20, to be exact). Yet each created not only a neighborhood—Tribeca and Union Square, respectively—but a new way of eating. Here, a look at the history of each.

October 2, 2000 | Feature
Rush Hashanah

No time to home-cook a proper New Year's dinner? Try chef Anne Rosenzweig's takeout guide to the works, from gefilte fish to rugalach.

September 29, 2003 | Test Drive
How Sweet It Is

Rosh Hashanah desserts are everywhere. But which bakery makes you wanna challah?

November 12, 2001 | Sales & Bargains
Say Cheese

Course requirements: Max McCalman, the big cheese at Picholine and Artisanal, shows how to concoct a five-star spread without blowing holes in your budget.

August 20, 2007 | Feature
The New Style Merchants

Small boutiques run by young women with very decided tastes are guiding the look of the city.

December 11, 2000 | Feature
Male Vanity: Head Master
June 30, 2008 |
Not Just Chillaxin’

Nineteen kids from two schools in Brooklyn tell us what they’re hoping to do this summer. Then we tell parents how to make it happen.

November 3, 2003 | Best of New York Weekly Pick
Class Action

So you’ve mastered Warrior 1 and some moves on the Pilates reformer and can manage the elliptical without too much huffing and puffing. But can you put them all together? The newly relocated Exhale spa offers the toughest and most efficient workout hour in the city.

November 24, 2003 | Test Drive
Face Facts

Become your own makeup artist with lessons from the (right) pros.

March 5, 2007
Coming to Your Kitchen Table

Eight years ago, ceramicist Jono Pandolfi was teaching high-school kids how to make birdbaths and cookie jars. Now, he’s selling at MoMA, making dishes for Eleven Madison Park, and designing for Crate & Barrel. Here’s how he got there.

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