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July 24, 2006
Cool As . . .

The Ice Factory drama festival returns with new work from emerging downtown companies.

July 17, 2006
A South Fork Story

They were the center of the Jazz Age social set and the models for F. Scott Fitzgerald characters. They served chilled sherry to Ernest Hemingway on the French Riviera. But Gerald and Sara Murphy’s romance started and ended in the Hamptons, where her self-made-millionaire father owned 600 acres—property that would be worth well over $1 billion today. Here’s a look at a piece of the lost Hamptons, through never-before-seen family photos dug out of boxes in the estate’s old garage.

July 17, 2006
Lit Non-Hoax Revealed

Pseudonyms don’t move units.

July 17, 2006
Something Wicked This Way Comes

Clinton at intermission.

July 17, 2006
An Afternoon in Chelsea

Summer in Chelsea is when gallerists are more likely found in Quogue or Crete, leaving behind shows often seen as seasonal filler. But that doesn’t mean the neighborhood isn’t worth a visit, as this—the first in a regular series of gallery tours—proves.

July 17, 2006
The Approval Matrix: Week of July 17, 2006

Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.

July 17, 2006
It’s a Hard Rock Life

New DVDs about the Minutemen and Luna show indie rock in all its ragged, poverty-stricken glory.

July 17, 2006
Read and Approved: Eclectic Beach Fare

Still looking for a summer book that isn’t 100 percent trashy? Perhaps even one that’s 100 percent non-trashy (say, on Spinoza)? Here are five new(ish) titles that we’re particularly enthused about.

July 17, 2006
One Hell of a Divorce

In Ken Kalfus’s 9/11 satire, the war at home has never been nastier.

July 17, 2006
The Depp, Depp Sea

Who cares about plot? The Pirates sequel is a wild ride all the same. Plus: a French alter-ego trip.

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