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  1. cheap and cheerful
    Now’s the Time to Stock Up on Hats, Gloves, and ScarvesCashmere on sale!
  2. people's choice
    The Best Touchscreen Gloves on Amazon, According to Hyperenthusiastic ReviewersGloves that let you keep scrolling, even when your entire face is numb.
  3. people's choice
    12 Best Men’s Winter Gloves on Amazon, According to Hyperenthusiastic ReviewersIncluding leather gloves, waterproof mittens, and cashmere-lined gloves.
  4. The Best Touchscreen GlovesYour guide to gloves that’ll keep your hands toasty, fashionable, and smartphone-friendly.
  5. people's choice
    11 Best Women’s Winter Gloves, According to Hyperenthusiastic Amazon ReviewersIncluding deerskin-leather mittens for less than $50 and waterproof, insulated gloves for under $20.
  6. this thing's incredible
    The Best Oven Mitts Were Designed for Barbecue PitmastersAnd are about a million times more effective than regular oven mitts.
  7. made in korea
    The Best Dishwashing Gloves Are Korean, and Translate to ‘Mommy Hands’“I was not a glove-wearer; now I am.”
  8. painless shopping
    A Snow Addict’s Guide to the Best Ski and Snowboard Gear on AmazonAccording to the Cut’s senior market editor (and snowboarding obsessive).
  9. Deal of the Day: Super-Warm Gloves for the Price of a Subway SandwichThey also happen to be 58 percent off.
  10. Important Studies
    Study Claims Food Vendors Don’t Change Their Gloves Nearly Enough56.9 percent of the time, to be more exact.
  11. winter is here
    Winter Checklist: 15 Things You Need to Protect Against the ColdIt’s going to be a long and frigid few months.
  12. best bets
    Cheeky, Bright Gloves Perfect for Bundling UpColor at your fingertips.
  13. Noticed
    The Growing Cult of the Black-Gloved Chef“I got them because I think they look badass.”
  14. Right to Bare Hands
    California Backs Off Glove Requirement for Restaurant WorkersNever would’ve passed, lawmakers say, if opponents had spoken up earlier.
  15. best bets
    Best Bet: ASOS Leather Embellished GlovesFestive and warm!
  16. best bets
    Best Bet: Brooks Brothers’ Navy Leather GlovesFor the Hepburn in all of us. 
  17. trendlets
    Keep Warm: Fifteen Accessories for a Chic WinterHats, gloves, scarves, and more to keep the frost at bay.
  18. give us your digits
    Mobile Digits: The Best Fingerless Gloves for Winter WeatherEight pairs of fingerless gloves to keep your fingers free and your hands warm.
  19. michael jackson
    Man Pays a Lot for MJ’s GloveAnd it was worth it.
  20. three's a trend
    Fall Is Full of Glove LoveThe breakout accessory of the season: gloves. The higher the better.
  21. retail therapy
    Stay Warm With $23 Cashmere GlovesYour fingers don’t have to be cold forever.
  22. last night's gig
    Spiritualized Totally Space Us OutSpiritualized’s songs have always been impossibly large; their supernova-size drones are exalting enough to, as the title of their 1997 Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space album suggests, induce feelings of weightlessness.
  23. last night's gig
    The Polyphonic Spree Hearts YouIt’s true!
  24. trailer mix
    ‘Cloverfield’ Trailer: We Pretty Much Know How This Movie EndsIn the great tradition of films like The Blair Witch Project and United 93, whose endings we pretty much know before opening credits roll, Cloverfield will apparently be one of those movies that hinges on its ability to create suspense out of the obviously inevitable.
  25. The Daddyhunt DilettanteOnce a week, Daily Intel takes a peek at what your friends and neighbors are doing behind doors left slightly ajar. Today, the Daddyhunt Dilettante: 24, male, writer and graduate student, East Village, gay and unattached. DAY ONE 9 a.m.: I see my straight Israeli neighbor in the hallway. He’s cranky and a tad rude, which makes me want him even more. 3:30 p.m.: My boss IMs me and wants me to come to her office. I have an erection, so I bring a legal pad with me. She immediately tells me she just wants to chat and I don’t need a pad. Little does she know… 6 p.m.: I meet a friend who’s visiting the city for dinner. He’s with a bunch of guys. What a disappointment: None of them are hot; one is beyond annoying. 10 p.m.: We go out for drinks after dinner. One of the guys’ boyfriends meets us there. I flirt with him. 11:45 p.m.: I go home and masturbate to a shirtless Marlon Brando.
  26. Michael Jackson Has Been Living Right Underneath Our Prosthetic Noses!Michael Jackson has been spotted around town in New York periodically in recent months, but until today, we didn’t know where he was living. Turns out he’d been holed up with a private family in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, where he’d been “trying to be normal,” according to FoxNews.com columnist Roger Friedman. That’s less than an hour from here! Technically, that put Jackson miles and miles closer to our bustling city than he is to “normalcy.” Jackson has reportedly returned to L.A., but good for him for trying to introduce his family to the quiet life in the Jersey suburbs? Good for him. For a short time, his kids could finally have a normal life, going to the movies, attending public school, making regular friends. After all, if your new little friend has millions of dollars to spend at the Short Hills mall, who cares if he has to do it wearing a mask? Jacko Lived with New Jersey Family for Three Months [Fox 411] Earlier: Why the Fug Isn’t Anybody Paying Attention to Michael Jackson?
  27. Mediavore
    Chefs Bored With Food, Move to Clothes; Pricey Plates and Polygamy Just GoWondering who actually orders $1,000 bagel or a $28,000 bejeweled sundae? Serendipity 3 owner Stephen Bruce “wouldn’t be surprised if soon we get a call from a Middle Eastern prince or Shah willing to give something sweet to his many wives on his next trip to the city.” [News.Com.Au] Related: Have White Truffles Finally Gone Too Far? Breaking: Serendipity 3 Closed by DOH Since chefs, mixologists, and their restaurants are the newest breed of celebrity, it’s about time they started designing clothes. Get dressed at Freemans, Death & Co., and PDT. [Mouthing Off/Food&Wine] Restaurateur Jimmy Bradley on the source of his managing prowess: “The Art of War by Sun Tzu taught me many leadership and organizational lessons.” [Diner’s Journal/NYT]
  28. Catherine Z-J Gets the ‘No Way’ From Rob MarshallCatherine Zeta-Jones won’t star in the movie adaptation of Broadway musical Nine because the director wouldn’t beef up her role. Eight staffers have left CBSThe Early Show because they can’t stand working with hotheaded senior exec producer Shelley Ross. Paris Hilton thinks the guys in New York are “so much better” than the ones in L.A. Since divorcing his wife, George Soros has been hanging out with young girls in their twenties at his home in Southampton. Sportscaster Ahmad Rashad and ex-socialite (and ex-wife of Jets owner Woody Johnson) Sale Johnson may be getting married today. Anna Wintour controlled the seating arrangements at the $50,000-a-table 7th on Sale event at the Lexington Armory. (Speaking of Anna, Tim Burton says that Johnny Depp based the haircut of Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on hers.)
  29. In the Magazine
    Fiamma, Tailor, and Turkey Carry the Weight This Week This week’s issue carries a lot of freight, and there isn’t much room for consideration of the gluttonous arts. So the food content is slim — but potent! Adam Platt reviews two of the most anticipated debuts in recent years, those of genius dessert chef Sam Mason’s Tailor and Beard Award–winning chef Fabio Trabocchi’s New York debut at Fiamma. But that’s not all: There’s an In Season recipe for turkey-salad sandwiches, excuse us, tramezzini di tacchino, courtesy of ’inoteca’s Eric Kleinman; a guide to four very excellent Thanksgiving alternatives courtesy of Rob and Robin; and four new hotel restaurants likewise. We figured that with all the eating and cooking that’s going on this week, that should be plenty of food writing to get you by.
  30. Cindy Adams Pirro-uettes Over Pals’ Marriage WoesHey everybody! Have a nice weekend? Get some rest? Watch a football game? Good for you. Unfortunately, not all of us had such a great time. Jeanine and Al Pirro let slip that they are getting a divorce. You remember Al and Jeanine — he was the guy who sabotaged his wife’s political ambitions by earning a tax-evasion conviction and fathering a love child, and she was the one who was caught on tape asking Bernie Kerik to bug her husband’s yacht to catch him philandering? Hm. Maybe it wasn’t so much that the pair had a bad weekend — more like they’ve had a bad decade or so. Former Westchester D.A. Jeanine failed in her runs for U.S. senator, lieutenant governor, and state attorney general, and real-estate broker Al spent over a year in the clink, starting in 2000. It looks like their divorce has already been hashed out so at least this part might run smoothly, though All-Purpose Divorce Spokesman Raoul Felder claims “it’s mutually assured destruction” (Felder, of course, represents neither party). It’s times like these, when tabloid superstars hit rock bottom, that we turn to the one name we can trust: Cindy Adams. What does Lady C, who was pals with both parties, have to say about the Pirros’ great love?
  31. the industry
    Both of These Actors Will Star in a Romantic Comedy—But Which One Wrote the Script?Plus: News about John Legend!
  32. roll credits
    Week in Review: Till the Aliens Decide to LeaveLooking back on a week in which R. Kelly e-mailed us!
  33. agenda
    Terrorism comes to Williamsburg in ‘Shooting War.’Anthony Lappé and Dan Goldman’s graphic novel is fierce, shocking, and wickedly smart
  34. right-click
    Nellie McKay Fights the War on ChristmasPlus: Trent!
  35. agenda
    ‘Queer as Folk’: The provocative series comes to DVD.When Queer as Folk premiered way back in 2000, it scandalized couch potatoes.
  36. agenda
    ‘The Replacements: All Over But the Shouting’ rocks.
  37. three is a trend
    Wear Sexy Like a Glove Fall’s key looks may be ladylike, but the accessories are anything but. Designers are adding edge to the sweetest of frocks with leather and vinyl elbow-length gloves. The bondage look popped up at Jill Stuart in shiny black and United Bamboo in a metallic pewter worn with a cropped jacket. Carolina Herrera paired her gloves with a black dress. And the grandmaster of trends, Marc Jacobs, sent gloves out in red and gray, as well as solid black, yellow, green, and gray. Whips sold separately.