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Norman Jean Roy
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Peter B. Bach
A paid friend is the most dependable, least trustworthy friend there is.
New York’s food world, after-hours.
Talking ratings, immigration, and salsa sales with the bilingual anchor.
Punch lines from six decades of White House Correspondents Dinners.
Could it be that long-distance relationships are actually healthy?
Michelle Williams and Alan Cumming come (back) to the Cabaret.
A fascinating, somewhat musty look at transvestism in Harvey Fierstein’s Casa Valentina.
A touching, great production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch reveals the show’s flaws.
In Violet, an unlovely accident yields a lovely musical.
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The Bloombergians are headed south. What ideas can they bring back?
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
We sent photographer Oliver Stalmans a box of voluminous dresses and sharp accessories. This is what he sent back.
As seasons changed, outfits responded.
The storied French house brings its resort collection to the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Readers sound off on Internet stars, college sports, and more.
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Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies. Roll over the images for related links.
The West Village perfume district, floral arrangements, and more new stuff in stores for Mother’s Day.
“When it comes to auctions, I am more about the foreplay than the climax.”
A more restrained Bobby Flay returns to his hometown. Crowds follow.
Betony’s poached monkfish, beet “raisins,” and beef.
On a roof, or in Forest Hills: new places to raise a glass this spring.