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Third Degree With Chelsea Handler
By The Editors | May 24, 2016

What can audiences expect from your new talk show, Chelsea
They can expect a more grown-up show from a woman who refuses to ever really grow up. 

What’s the...

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Hot Summer Jams
By James Servin | May 24, 2016

ZIGGY MARLEY: THE REGGAE WARRIOR
Spending carefree days with his family on the beaches near his hometown of Kingston, Jamaica, Ziggy Marley would often accompany his legendary father, Bob Marley, on morning jogs and swims....

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Editor's Letter: Keeping the Faith
By Cristina Cuomo | May 24, 2016

At age 12, my first concert—the question we posed to our esteemed contributors in this issue—was Violent Femmes at Carnegie Hall. I followed that with regular reggae shows at Bay Street Theatre in...

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It's Still Rock 'n' Roll to Me
Interview by Gov. Andrew Cuomo | May 24, 2016

He never did get around to movin’ out. Billy Joel is one of Long Island’s most celebrated native sons; his name has practically become synonymous with the region. In his leisure time, he...

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Neptune's Revenge
Gael Greene | September 10, 2015

I’ve pretty much given up expecting to fall into a summer romance the way I used to. The way I’ve been doing since I was 8 and fell in love with the pool boy at our hotel in Miami. But that was before I got a look at our...

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Third Degree With… Harvey Keitel
By The Editors | September 10, 2015

Which five iconic figures would be at your dream dinner party?
Groucho Marx, Harpo Marx, Chico Marx, Zeppo Marx and Carl Marks

What’s been your favorite role to date?...

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Bees in One's Bonnet
By Jill Kargman | September 10, 2015

“WHERE DID YOU SUMMER?”
Summer as a verb? Vom. It’s the same thing every September. I want to get T-shirts made that say, “Mine was fine, how was yours?” Enough with the...

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Editor's Letter: Before Sunset
By Cristina Cuomo | September 10, 2015

I love to return to restaurants, some old favorites and some offbeat newcomers, for a second chance to savor a particularly memorable dish or two. Whether you’re here year-round or coming back for weekends or...

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Garden Variety
By Suzanne Gannon | August 27, 2015

From the street, a walker out for her sunrise constitutional would not imagine the scale of the pop-art playground that lies behind the front gate of fashion designer Lisa Perry’s home in North Haven. Unless, of course, the walker happened to...

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Food If By Sea
Harry Hurt III | August 27, 2015

The one sure way for seaworthy food lovers to beat the heat and the highway traffic this summer is to dock and dine. Just leave the car at home and go by private or charter boat to a sumptuous variety of casual and fine-dining establishments nestled in...

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Smoove Talker
By J.B. Smoove | August 26, 2015

If you can believe it, growing up, in certain situations, I was the shy kid. Around my friends—or people I got comfortable with—I was the life of the party, but around new people, I was shy. I didn’t even try stand-up until I was in my...

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Rock the Beach
By Ray Rogers | August 26, 2015

G.E. SMITH
Mr. Saturday Night
Sipping an iced coffee on the porch of his idyllic Amagansett home, venerable guitarist and former Saturday Night Live bandleader G.E. Smith describes his...

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