Calls off fund-raiser with union enemy.
Mr. Jolie in hoodie, shades?
Sammy’s wedding license.
Will (not Kill) to power.
A wrinkle in a classic eight.
In a week filled with political trickery, Hillary Clinton lugged home a goody bag stuffed with treats.
Grown-ups dig the kiddie crooners.
Belly up to the bars.
Imagining Cécilia Sarkozy’s escape to New York.
After 32 years, corrupt cop turned convicted murderer Bill Phillips wins parole.
Why the Web 2.0 bubble doesn’t bother Silicon Valley.
A Timex workout watch and other accessories for the marathon-inspired.
A test of the Hip Hop Abs regimen.
Coach's new 1,200-square-foot Legacy store features a restored copper exterior and white-oak- and nickel-accented interiors.
A (male) fashion designer with an interest in necklaces and heels.
Park Avenue Autumn succeeds (most of the time) under strict, self-imposed guidelines.
Tocqueville’s Marco Moreira amplifies the delicate sweetness of the Bosc pear.
Irving Mill seems to be flaunting the genes of Gramercy Tavern.
Week of November 5, 2007: Lunetta, Bacaro, and Smith's.
A lone farmer launches a campaign against plastic.
With David Chang’s blessing, his friends at PDT introduced the Chang Dog.
Halloween sluttery, gateway to life-affirming kinkiness.
Jennifer Garner dives into Broadway in the most headfirst-possible manner.
In American Gangster, Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe aim for broad social commentary.
Matthew Broderick, who co-stars as Jerry Seinfeld’s best bee in the Bee Movie talked with Jada Yuan.
15 Central Park West and the Plaza strive to seize luxury back from the glass towers.
Two plays about war and death take differing views of human nature.
After a slew of films, this year, Brian Cox returned to the theater as Max in Tom Stoppard’s Rock ’n’ Roll, in a part written for him. He spoke with Boris Kachka.
Understanding Steven Parrino’s role in keeping painting alive.
Radiohead solve every mega–rock band’s artistic conundrum.
An overly choreographed Macbeth.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
The second installment of New York’s performance-art biennial is here— what’s worth trekking out of your way for.
Plus: Three other mom-rock stars play around town.
Recommended fare from Carnegie Hall’s celebration of Europe’s white-hot cultural capital.
Where to wallow in pasta the night before the New York City Marathon.
Readers sound off on design revolutionaries, Selma Blair, and more.
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