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  1. pretty in pictures
    The 50 Best Movie Beauty Moments of All TimePrincess Leia, Margot Tenenbaum, and so many more. 
  2. stuck in the mittle
    Mitt Romney Used to Poop in a BucketHe was poor, voluntarily, for a couple of years in France.
  3. overnights
    The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Catch-up Recap: The Subtext Translator Is Fixed!1. Lisa and Ken’s Vehicular Interlude.
  4. balmania
    A Sparkly Gold Balmain Dress Landed Many Major Covers This SeasonAnd Balmania rages on.
  5. model tracker
    Meet the New Girl: Melissa TammerijnThe Dutch stunner has walked for Prada, Balenciaga, and more.
  6. loose threads
    Crystal Renn Rumored to Walk Chanel; Crocs Store Opens in SohoAlso, Armani will open in airports, and don’t miss Bruno Pieters’s new ad campaign.
  7. the celebrification of fashion
    Victoria and David Beckham Land 10 CoversThis magazine doesn’t often use celebrities for covers.
  8. summing up the decade in every imaginable term
    10 Editor Slams Celebrity Styling“In terms of credibility, that’s something you just don’t want to become.”
  9. swine floozies
    Swine Flu No Match for Obama’s Immune SystemThe disease’s sneak attack on our president fails miserably.
  10. mobama watch
    What Michelle Obama and Angelina Jolie Have in CommonBoth are image-control super-freaks.
  11. white men with money
    Tim Geithner Could Have Been the Most Hated Man in AmericaBut instead he chose the No. 2 job.
  12. obit
    Bea Arthur Dies at 86Arthur passed away on Saturday after a battle with cancer.
  13. swine floozies
    Officials Declare Public Health Emergency Over Flu VirusMeanwhile, eight students at St. Francis Prep in Queens are recovering nicely.
  14. model tracker
    Meet the New Girl: Charlotte HoyerIn two seasons on the runway, the 19-year-old model has already walked Calvin Klein and Armani Privé.
  15. The Phoenix Digested: Sportello & Sushi Yasu
  16. Menu Changes
    In Which We Ask a ‘Mostly Vegetarian’ to Assess BroadwayPlus, the rest of the new chef Gavin Mills’s bar menu, and news of a prix fixe.
  17. Freebies
    Brownie Fix at Henri BendelThe department store wants to lure you with chocolate.
  18. the industry
    Bizarro-World Arnold Schwarzenegger to Play the New TerminatorEvery single news item happening in Hollywood today has to do with sequels, remakes, or adaptations of old movies.
  19. In the Magazine
    Wylie Dufresne Creates a New Hot Dog for PDTCabrito and Benoit open, Wylie Dufresne makes a hot dog, and Rob and Robin bring news of BarFry’s replacement, Cabrito — all in this week’s issue.
  20. Mediavore
    Cipriani Still Living High on the Hog; Another Mechanical Bull Comes to New YorkThe nation can rest easy in the knowledge that Giuseppe Cipriani is still cruising around in a Rolls-Royce, has kept his private jet, and may even build another yacht in addition to the one he already owns. [NYP] The Shamalian boys opened their rockabilly bar on Essex last night even though it’s unfinished, and there really is a bull! [Eater] The Federal Trade Commission has launched their second attack against the Whole Foods–Wild Oats merger vowing that even though money has already exchanged hands that the integration can still be stopped. [NYT]
  21. trailer mix
    ‘I Am Legend’ the Feel-Good Movie of the Year?Sure, I Am Legend is a horror movie about the last-living human in a postapocalyptic Manhattan — but what person living in this city hasn’t, at one time or another, fantasized about what New York would be like without all the annoying New Yorkers?
  22. the industry
    All the Stars Not in ‘Young Frankenstein’ Are in ‘Cymbeline’Plus industry news on Rosario Dawson, Ice Cube, and Dirty Dancing, the musical.
  23. in other news
    Vive la Résistance (to Chain Stores)! New York may be becoming a little more Paris-like — we’re even going to have sidewalk pissoirs — but we still have a lot of catching up to do. For instance, imagine Mayor Bloomberg railing about the “banalization” of Times Square (or, for that matter, of anything). His Parisian counterpart, faced with the familiar march of megaretail up the Champs-Élysées (Adidas, Gap, Benetton, Virgin), dealt with it in a delightfully French way: He legislated against it. H&M, for instance, was outright banned from opening a branch on the boulevard. “We don’t have anything against H&M,” the Times quotes the deputy mayor as saying. “It just happens to be the first victim.” Of course, this being France, the area’s historic establishments — independent movie theaters, for instance — get serious subsidies to stay open. Sadly, it’s as hard to imagine the City Hall sniffing at, say, the banality of T.J. Maxx as to see it doling out $40,000 a year to keep the Quad afloat. Megastores March Up Avenue, and Paris Takes to Barricades [NYT]