A talented, championship-caliber sports team in the heart of Brooklyn? No, it’s not nostalgia. Developer Bruce Ratner is angling to bring a basketball team to a Frank Gehry–designed arena on Atlantic Avenue. Good-bye, Dodgers. Hello, Nets.
When members of a high-school football team on Long Island were accused of sexual attacks, the community was appalled . . . some by the crimes, others by the cancellation of the season. Now the boys may face adult charges, the victims are being ostracized, and the locals are divided.
You’ve already done the museum-and-monument marathon. On your next trip to Paris, rent an apartment, and give yourself time to stop and smell the farmhouse cheeses.
Cambodia’s Angkor Wat isn’t Disneyland, but that’s precisely the point. If you really want your kids to know the world, you’ve got to take them somewhere real.
St. Lucia’s famed Pitons are just one of the Caribbean hideaway’s draws. There are pristine beaches, lush rain forests, and a refreshing lack of posing vacationers.
Vail? Excellent. Aspen? Love it. But if you want to take skiing to a whole other level, hop onboard a helicopter.
Twenty more “It” trips, from Europe’s best new place to eat to Brazil’s sexiest beach.
Getting into the Halloween spirit at Economy Candy
Knit backpacks for the kids, the ultimate sweater set, and fashionable flats.
At a new Soho store, design goes patriotic.
Beautiful bathroom fixtures for less, plus sales at Escada, Tahari, and Find Outlet
Polish up your bathroom with Rhea Alexander's stylish bath fixtures.
I need a good leather tailor!
Sally Hershberger, queen of fabulous hair in L.A., has come to town.
How to deal with noisy neighbors, elevator etiquette, and wedding gift-giving do's and don'ts.
Richard Simmons flies the friendly skies, Uma opens up (sort of) about Ethan, and Tara Reid's party boy-toy.
Sprint has slowed its elevators (stairs, anyone?). How else should corporate America lose weight?
Has George Steinbrenner finally met his match in Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria?
Not everyone can be as rich as Bill Gates by 30.
It's no tiger, but it's still one wild house cat.
Does gentrification always eat its own? A debate starring Barbara Corcoran.
Socialites convert themselves into Hindu goddesses.
Who? New Yorkers sound off on art-world denizens.
With Ethan Hawke by her side, Broadway’s Audra McDonald tackles her first nonsinging part in Henry IV.
Race, celebrity, sex, publicity—in the Kobe trial, unfortunately, guilt or innocence is apparently only one of the issues
Zero federal aid for the ground-zero workers who are still suffering respiratory problems? Is that any way to treat a hero?
Instant critics be damned. Two months after opening, Lever House has earned a spot among New York’s top power-dining palaces.
Long before the rise of the pressed panino, there was the cubano, the greatest thing ever to happen to ham and cheese.
WD-50's new scallop "couscous," a hot new Mediterranean cookbook, a dutch treat opens in Brooklyn.
In Elephant, Gus Van Sant aims for an objective look at teen shootings in America, but his art-house approach is way too cool for school.
Peter Allen married Liza Minnelli and struck gold with I Go to Rio. But despite a game impersonation by Hugh Jackman, The Boy From Oz never engages us.
The indefatigable Gergiev conducts a splendid Romeo and Juliet (among many other things), while Maazel renders Shakespeare soulless.
The Guggenheim’s overview of the big, blaring canvases of James Rosenquist reveals the subtlety amid the spaghetti and mushroom clouds.
In his first film, Jamie Johnson—heir to the Band-Aid fortune—skewers his fellow trustafarians. No wonder they’re no longer talking to him.
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