On December 25, 2011, a fire engulfed a Victorian mansion in Stamford, Connecticut, taking the lives of three little girls and their grandparents.
Dan P. Lee
The Facebook co-founder has already served as Mark Zuckerberg’s in-house humanist and Barack Obama’s digital consigliere.
How much is such a modern cultural achievement worth?
The new domestic ideal owes more than a little to the fading moguls.
But rivalries can’t be rushed.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
How he herds reporters.
Playing hostess with the model and reality-TV star turned banker, author, and now tyro nightspot owner.
Things come full circle at Applewood on December 11, when the Sheas return as guests of honor.
To become mayor, Bill de Blasio has to harness the energies of the outer-boroughs—and paint Christine Quinn as a Bloomberg clone.
Readers sound off on traffic fatalities, the War on Drugs, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
New York at Night: Photography After Dark, Missoni Converse, and more new stuff in stores.
“I spent a year traveling as a punk with friends—riding freight trains and hitchhiking across the country.”
Tactical mappings (stores! Snacks! Toilets!) of three gift-glutted neighborhoods, ideal for the time-squeezed power shopper.
The legendary Le Cirque restaurateur opens a Tuscan-minded hotel outlet.
Pecorino di Fossa makes a good substitute for Pecorino Romano in this recipe for spaghetti cacio e pepe.
For the High Line, a new restaurant from the Torrisi team.
The Traif team opens south-of-the-border-inspired Xixa.
New takes on the fruit-studded, sugar-dusted Christmas cake.
When December’s short days arrive in this crowded city, everyone starts yearning for sun.