Now that women are bringing home fatter paychecks, the chance that they’re outearning their spouses is better than ever. What happens in a marriage when she’s the alpha and he’s the beta? Let’s just say that what works in the boardroom doesn’t always work in the bedroom. Or in the kitchen. Or in the laundry room.
Not so long ago, a 3-year-old like Dorothy McCollum, born with a defective heart, would certainly have died. But Dr. Jan Quaegebeur of NewYork-Presbyterian, one of the world’s foremost pediatric heart surgeons, devised a strategy to save her. Dr. Q doesn’t just repair children’s hearts—he reinvents them.
In Paris, they were denouncing the spring collections as the “death of feminist fashion.” But in New York, we know better. Who says a woman can’t wear next season’s lighter-than-air ruffles and chiffon, Lucite wedges and pointy retro pumps—and still be a master of her universe?
Readers sound off on the Mepham hazing scandal and more.
Tocca soaps, a palm-size digital video camera, fabulous fabrics from Stephen Sprouse, and a puzzle bookshelf for kids
Striking old images become fodder for a new line of tees
Save your coffee table from further abuse with these cool MoMA CD coasters
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The delicious Dead Sea salt scrub at Dorit Baxter
I'm trying to finish my first novel, but my husband the aspiring rock star is always practicing at home. I can’t concentrate! Where can I go—or where can I send him—so we can hone our crafts in peace?
Tarantino's temper tantrum, Nicole Rithie eyes Rent, and more.
Au revoir, Gucci! What should Tom Ford do next?
Why the news from Iraq poses a moral dilemma for Bush-bashing Democrats.
Rosie’s real mistake? Trying to pull a Madonna.
Jefferson Mays couldn’t imagine a role more foreign to him than a 65-year-old East German transvestite—which is why he jumped at it.
Quagmire or victory? Why the never-ending war in Iraq has a split personality.
We may be on the verge of a massive Dow rally (remember the late nineties?). Be very afraid.
The perils of “room-mating”
Master and Commander is an instant seafaring classic; The Matrix Revolutions is all action, no art
Richard Greenberg bombs with The Violet Hour; Ned Beatty is a brilliantly bombastic Big Daddy
John Leonard reviews Wright Brothers' Flying Machine, Dangerous Prescription, and more.
Pink postures on Try This; K.I.M.’s Miyage is a tantalizing mix
The Costume Institute takes an instructive look at guys in gowns
A tribute to techno master Alwin Nikolais; William Forsythe scores with ABT
The rustic Italian ’Cesca is Tom Valenti’s latest hit
This week’s film festivals rack up the frequent-flier miles.
Five Points's new sugar mama...five new openings...Danny Meyer does Kansas City
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