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  1. Check Out the ViewSeventeen venues that overlook sprawling cityscapes, breathtaking river sunsets, rolling hills—even a world-famous planetarium.
  2. Edible FavorsSend your guests off sweetly with something to save for later.
  3. The Big Bang TheoryA bouquet should be large and loud and bursting with color. Discuss.
  4. What Shore Are You Looking For?Weekend journeys to three very different New Jerseys.
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    Director Michael Winterbottom on The Killer Inside MeThe director talks violence, sex, and sexy violence.
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    Monogamy’s Rashida Jones and Chris MessinaThe actors and friends talk long-term relationships, exhibitionism, and taking onscreen risks.
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    Kim Cattrall Talks Meet Monica Velour, Looking UglyThe ‘Sex and the City’ star talks about gaining weight for a role, the true colors of famous male actors, and seeing Brian Dennehy’s balls.
  8. Album Perfection Is PossibleJust follow these rules for photos you’ll always love.
  9. A Band for Every BudgetBecause a live soundtrack makes the good times even better.
  10. One Loft, Three WaysThe blank-slate loft Studio 450 takes on three very different personalities.
  11. Love Pops UpA Vegas-style (temporary) wedding chapel opens on the Lower East Side.
  12. Breezy-Afternoon Vow ExchangeEdward Freeman & Mark Binder Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Brooklyn Historical Society September 13, 2008
  13. Grand Manhattan BlowoutJessica Harter & Mark Kleinknecht New York Public Library March 29, 2009
  14. Offbeat Brooklyn AffairMelissa Laux & Vincent Holleran Montauk Club, Park Slope April 4, 2009
  15. City Hall Wedding in Three PartsStacey and jJörg may have gotten engaged at Le Bernardin, but their wedding was a decidedly less haute affair.
  16. Retro Downtown SoireeEmily Goldsmith & Benjamin Burley Gramercy Park Hotel February 21, 2009
  17. Rustic Country CelebrationWhen Karen and Frank decided to make things official, their old fixer-upper upstate quickly became the natural choice for the occasion.
  18. Hire an Art Student to Address Your InvitationsAnd nine other cost-saving, stress-reducing, you’ll-be-glad-you-did-them solutions to those unsexy wedding-planning tasks.
  19. Dossier: Noah EmmerichWhat you need to know about New Yorker Noah Emmerich, who stars with Edward Norton and Colin Farrell in the brutal cop drama Pride and Glory.
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    Mumblecore Muse Greta Gerwig on ‘Nights and Weekends’ and the Ugly Side of Movie SexGerwig spoke to Vulture this week about her tempestuous relationship with Joe Swanberg and the joys of seeing your head explode.
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    Exclusive: Sam Mendes Tells His Best Paul Newman StoriesMendes, who worked with Newman on the Oscar-nominated gangster epic ‘Road to Perdition,’ had many memories of their time together, some funny, some inspirational, all moving.
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    Stuart Townsend on ‘Battle in Seattle’ and Battling Hollywood’If someone would give me a decent job I’d go and do it! But if they won’t? Then I’m going to go and make my own shit.’
  23. Creep Show: Sam RockwellSwarthy charmer Sam Rockwell is quickly becoming Hollywood’s go-to actor for roles that skirt the edge of polite society—con men (Matchstick Men […]
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    ‘House’ Star Olivia Wilde on Which Characters Thirteen Might Make Out WithWilde raps with Vulture about the upcoming season and her character’s recent diagnosis with Huntington’s.
  25. Seeing Ghosts: Ricky GervaisComedic superstar Ricky Gervais makes his big-screen debut with the supernatural comedy ‘Ghost Town.’
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    Producer Walter Bernard on the Documentary ‘Painting a Lady’Bernard raps with Vulture on ‘Portraits of a Lady.’
  27. So Very MercurialThe ups and downs and in-betweens of the Mercury Rev.
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    Free Blood’s John Pugh and Madeline Davy Are Totally Done With Drum MachinesThe former !!! singer raps to Vulture about his new band.
  29. Gettin’ It OnSinger-drummer John Pugh recently left the exuberant indie-disco band !!! to devote his full attention to Free Blood.
  30. The Power of Bro: Danny McBrideDanny McBride is best known for his starring role in this year’s no-budget slapstick comedy ‘The Foot Fist Way.’
  31. N.Y. ScreenNavigating the Asian Film Festival.
  32. Santogold StandardThis phenom’s business model is as eclectic as her music. Co-branding with Target? That would be cool.
  33. Julia and Clive, on Grove StreetThis summer, New York is Movie Town! A photographic essay of one spy-film shoot.
  34. Tribeca Watch: Four Not to MissThe film festival’s greatest strength? NYC documentaries.
  35. Nine to WatchSimplifying Tribeca.
  36. Etiquette Quandaries SolvedHow to troubleshoot the guest list; arrange the floor plan; and accommodate everyone at the reception.
  37. Way Off the Deep EndErykah Badu has always been one of the weirder pop stars, but this time she really goes for it.
  38. Three Questions for Jess WeixlerStar of Mitchell Lichtenstein’s Teeth.
  39. Xmas-Card Addict: Jenna FischerIn ‘Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story,’ Judd Apatow’s new parody of the Big Music Biopic, Office favorite Jenna Fischer ditches the frump to play t […]
  40. ‘P.S. I Love You’Hilary Swank finally lets loose in this adaptation of the Cecelia Ahern novel in which a young widow embarks on a healing journey at the behest […]
  41. ‘The Orphanage’Spain’s entry for the foreign-language Oscar is spooky, fast-paced, and shot in just the right creepy grays and grimy whites.
  42. ‘Cassandra’s Dream’What the hell was Woody Allen thinking? No one expects him to write particularly convincing dialogue, but without even a single laugh in this cr […]
  43. The Year in PopRadiohead rediscovered their instincts, Rihanna’s great summer hit was all about rain, LCD Soundsystem and Arcade Fire made it cool to be a geek […]
  44. Influences: Wyclef Jean“This album means so much to me—it’s like Bob Marley’s ‘Exodus’ or Marvin Gaye’s ‘What’s Going On.’”
  45. Small Is BeautifulHighlights from the 20th Annual Independent and Small Press Book Fair.
  46. Old School vs. NewOne hip-hop fest celebrates the genre’s up-and-comers; the other, its very beginnings.
  47. Who Needs Turkey?Unlike their pop counterparts, the city’s jazz haunts don’t take a breather for Thanksgiving. (The following all had tickets available at pres […]
  48. The New NetworksIf anything indicates that online is the new cable, it’s the proliferation of video sites producing consistent niche content.
  49. What’s in a Rhyme?Poetry enjoys a rare moment in the spotlight.
  50. On the TrailElection-Day events—marking the transition into the actual 2008 Election Year.
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