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    The Look Book Goes to a South Slope Open HouseSeventy-plus interested buyers came to check out the $1.7 million three-bedroom, three-bath duplex.
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    The Look Book Goes to an Animal-Blessing CeremonyAt the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in Morningside Heights, pet owners brought their animals for an annual blessing.
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    The Look Book Goes to Chess in the ParkAt the tournament, which is held yearly near Bethesda Fountain, more than 700 children (and a few adults) faced off over six rounds of rapid chess.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Obama PortraitsDuring a preview party at the Brooklyn Museum, guests got an early look at Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald’s presidential portraits.
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    The Look Book Goes to MargaritavilleWe chatted with guests at the newly opened outpost of the hotel chain, which sits right between the Times Square subway station and Port Authority.
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    The Look Book Goes to a Cricket Match in Van Cortlandt ParkPlayers from India, Australia, Jamaica, and elsewhere faced off.
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    The Look Book Goes to Miramar Yacht ClubMembers and guests watched (and raced in) a weekend regatta at the 77-year-old Sheepshead Bay club.
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    The Look Book Goes to a Dimes Square Clothing RackTrying on Armani pants and rare Tiffany & Co. caps at Chad Senzel’s vintage pop-up, which appears most Saturdays at Canal and Ludlow Streets.
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    The Look Book Goes to a Financial District Dig InnWorkers who have gone back into the office — and some who never left — stopped by to pick up their Friday lunch.
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    The Look Book Goes to Malcolm Shabazz Harlem MarketLocals and out-of-towners alike shop for custom dresses, crystals, and mud cloth at the daily African crafts and textiles market.
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    The Look Book Goes to New York DressHigh-school students tried on tulle gowns and sequined A-lines for proms and quinceañeras at the Maspeth boutique.
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    The Look Book Goes to Sami’s Kabab HouseDuring the third week of Ramadan, people gathered to break the fast with Qabuli, lamb shanks, and aushak at the Astoria restaurant.
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    The Look Book Goes to Dia ChelseaAfter a two-year renovation, the gallery reopened with an exhibition of works by artist Lucy Raven.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Rockaway YMCAChecking in with masked members at the gym.
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    The Look Book Goes to the AngelikaFor the first time in nearly a year, moviegoers came back to the theater — masked and seated apart.
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    The Look Book Goes to S&T Auto BodyA Friday morning at the 46-year-old car-repair shop in the Bronx’s Little Italy.
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    The Look Book Goes to Junior Rangers PracticeOn a Saturday morning at the Learn to Play program at Prospect Park, where children 10 and under were slip-sliding on the ice.
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    The Look Book Goes to a 24/7 Vaccination CenterWe chatted with people who got late-night appointments — between 8 p.m. and 2 a.m. — at 125 Worth Street.
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    The Look Book Goes to Grand Central TerminalOn a much quieter than usual morning, we spoke to commuters, and even a few tourists, who were passing through.
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    The Look Book Goes to a Blood DriveIn the midst of New York’s blood shortage, some Bronx residents came to donate at the St. Frances de Chantal Church.
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    The Look Book Goes to JJ Christmas TreesOn the day after Thanksgiving, the Dyker Heights lot was full of holiday shoppers buying Fraser firs, wreaths, and reindeer made from logs.
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    The Look Book Goes to MeMe’s DinerOn the last weekend before the restaurant closed for good, diners lined up for a slice of Vietnamese-iced-coffee cake and a free bowl of cheese puffs.
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    The Look Book Goes to MeMe’s DinerOn the last weekend before the restaurant closed for good, diners lined up for a slice of Vietnamese-iced-coffee cake and a free bowl of cheese puffs.
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    The Look Book Goes to The Chelsea FleaAfter a nearly nine-month closure, the 44-year-old market is back.
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    The Look Book Goes to the PollsElection workers ushered in hundreds of early voters to the Barclays Center.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Hudson Yards EquinoxWhere members were working out on treadmills, ellipticals, and weight machines under a tent.
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    The Look Book Goes to a Bed-Stuy Stoop SaleOrganized by a fashion editor and a photographer, a sale where passersby picked up a snakeskin hat, white leather bell-bottoms, and a pink kimono.
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    The Look Book Goes to the New Shul’s Rosh Hashanah ServiceThe “progressive, inclusive, independent, and egalitarian” congregation observed the High Holidays under a tent at the Queens County Farm.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Met’s Reopening DayWith timed ticketing, temperature-taking at the door, and a 25 percent occupancy limit.
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    The Look Book Goes to the West 4th Street CourtsFor a Saturday-afternoon pickup game.
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    The Look Book Goes to a Drive-in Drag ShowAt Bel Aire Diner in Astoria.
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    The Look Book Goes to Pace GalleryIn East Hampton, where Sotheby’s, Michael Werner, and Skarstedt have also opened temporary spaces nearby.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Riis Park Beach BazaarThe lifeguards, law students, and Hula-Hoopers enjoying a recent Thursday on the boardwalk.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Roosevelt Avenue Subway StationIn Jackson Heights, where ridership on the 7 and E lines is slowly picking up.
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    The Look Book Goes to Natty GardenA Saturday at the Prospect Heights plant shop where customers popped in for preordered pothos, eucalypti, and ZZ’s.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Jamaica Post OfficeOn 164th Street, where we spoke to USPS workers, many of whom are working ten- and 12-hour daily shifts to keep up with demand.
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    The Look Book Goes to The FlyThe socially distanced line for pre-batched martinis and dry-brined chickens in Bed-Stuy.
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    The Look Book Goes to Ninth Avenue and West 34th StreetAt the normally bustling intersection, it was just a trickle of well-masked security guards, construction workers, and DoorDash delivery drivers.
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    The Look Book Goes to Freshmen’s BedroomsWe asked NYU students, all of whom are online learning for the rest of the semester, to take self-portraits on their beds.
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    The Look Book Goes to Broadway Stars’ CouchesWe asked the leads in dozens of shuttered shows to take a self-portrait on the sofa wherever they are quarantining.
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    The Look Book Goes to a Movement ClassWe spoke to sweaty dancers in Soho after two hours of “creative movement, play, music, contact exercises, and human-to-human connection.”
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    The Look Book Goes to the Hebrew HomeAnd the adjoining RiverWalk apartments and RiverSpring Assisted Living in Riverdale, the Bronx, where we spoke, post-lunchtime, to the residents.
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    The Look Book Goes to Astor Place HairstylistsNewly shorn clients on a Thursday afternoon at the 73-year-old downtown barbershop.
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    The Look Book Goes to the New Year’s Gala at the Metropolitan OperaWhere patrons enjoyed some Champagne with their La Bohème, Tosca, and Turandot.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Bloomingdale’s Beauty DepartmentTalking to the spritzers and stylists.
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    The Look Book Goes to Big Apple CircusBackstage, where we met an acrobatic rigger, an equestrian acrobat, and Pidge the clown.
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    The Look Book Goes to a Doorman Union MeetingMembers of SEIU 32BJ, who work in buildings from Park Avenue to Washington Square.
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    The Stylish Attendees at “The New Black Vanguard” OpeningHundreds of people squeezed into Aperture Foundation to celebrate the release of Antwaun Sargent’s new photography book.
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    The Look Book Goes to the Taxi DepotAt McGuinness Management in Greenpoint, drivers pick up their cabs at the beginning of the day and drop them off at the end.
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    The Look Book Goes to the United First-Class LoungeWhere well-heeled travelers snack on kale salad and catch up on emails before their flights.
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