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On the set of Big Eyes.
The socialite who’s back from a two-year hiatus in Palm Beach to hawk her housewares.
A generation defines itself by post-relationship peacocking.
The long road to Selma.
The indie bookseller’s survival guide.
A timeline of all things Neverland.
Frank Rich remembers Mike Nichols.
One Direction and Nick Jonas are changing the rules about how boy bands grow up.
Who wants a super-tall skyline?
Wild is a smart, shapely film adaptation of Cheryl Strayed’s best-selling memoir.
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New York’s party set brings out its finest finery for the most social month of the year.
Readers sound off on emoji, Benedict Cumberbatch, and more.
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Tips for buying sports bras, two antique-y home shops debut, and more.
“I grew up with cheese and eat it every day. My uncle owns a cheese business and asked me to work for him.”
Hidden bars, strawberry burrata, and the pope’s rubber bands.
A Soho loft matures with its tenants.
The cooking at Vic’s is big, bold, and Batali-esque.
Christina Tosi introduces Milk Bar’s cranberry-gingerbread cake for the holidays.
Parm’s new Upper West Side outpost offers 80 seats and a 100-bottle wine list.
Bark is bringing its lard-butter-basted frankfurters to Bleecker Street.
Rossopomodoro, the international chain, opens its second Manhattan outpost this month.
These new plants and workshops are throwing their doors open to the public for tours, classes, and, presumably, robust impulse-purchase sales.