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Sarah Bernard

July 16, 2007 | Feature
Now Accepting Working Guests

Ten years ago, David Page and Barbara Shinn walked away from three West Village restaurants for a North Fork vineyard. Now they’ve added a B&B, and if you want, you can harvest breakfast.

May 28, 2007
Yoga on a Bike

Julie Rice, Ruth Zukerman, and Elizabeth Cutler wanted a spinning-only oasis with no thumping techno and no screaming instructors. It’s called SoulCycle.

April 13, 2007 |
Everyone Says I Love You

Some of New York’s most memorable weddings: from Alfred Hitchcock’s daughter’s at St. Patrick’s Cathedral to Cynthia Rowley’s in a Brooklyn airplane hangar.

April 9, 2007
The Nap Revolutionary

Sleep deprivation made Nick Ronco crazy. So crazy that he opened a space-age sanctuary for power napping on West 57th Street—the first, he hopes, of many.

March 26, 2007 | Great Room
The Last Go-Round

For decades, locals and visiting celebrities alike have circled beneath the pink neon palm trees at Brooklyn’s Empire Roller Skating Center. A final look.

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.

February 26, 2007
Locally Grown

She’s happy to model spring’s pretty dresses, but Claire Danes prefers the comforts of jeans and her Soho bistro.

February 19, 2007
Dance Workouts: A Brief History

Dance-based exercise regimens, which have twirled in and out for decades, are back in style. A look at how the original low-impact craze has come full circle.

February 12, 2007 |
Ask The Foot Doctor

We asked Dr. Rock Positano, director of the Non-surgical Foot and Ankle Service at the Hospital for Special Surgery, what high heels really do to a women’s feet and the rest of her body.

February 12, 2007 |
550 Pairs and Counting

The shoe collection of Michael Millon, Venture Capitalist.

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