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Mother’s Day Munificence
Ana Jean Healy | May 1, 2014

1. A Morning at the Museum
The annual Mother’s Day at the MoMA is a great way for you and Mom to get an exclusive tour of this world-renowned museum. Those who...

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The Cat’s Meow
Gael Greene | Photography by Noah Fecks | April 30, 2014

“Of all God’s creatures, there is only one that cannot be made slave of the leash. That one is the cat. If man could be crossed with the cat it would improve the man, but it would deteriorate the cat.”...

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Crowning Achievements
Matt Deihl | April 30, 2014

“It’s not like I was some finance kid who just popped off the Lehman Brothers trading desk and opened a restaurant.”

So says Sean Largotta of his involvement in The Lion, the West Village hot spot that put Crown Group...

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Charm & Sustenance
Matt Deihl | April 30, 2014

La Dolce Vita isn’t just the name of the business John Meadow co-founded—it’s the all-consuming philosophy that guides everything the restaurant owner does.

“Charm is the ultimate thread,” Meadow says, describing...

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The Height of Sophistication
Suzanne Gannon | April 30, 2014

If fashion legend Diana Vreeland were around today, odds are she’d squeeze into her nightly cocktail circuit a stop at the home of Nicole Hanley Mellon and Matthew Mellon.

Here, in this two-bedroom suite snuggled...

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20 Questions With… George Clooney and Rande Gerber
The Editors | April 29, 2014

Riddle: If a high-voltage movie star and a world-class nightlife impresario 1) vacation together in Mexican seaside villas and 2) love drinking tequila, what do they do for fun? Answer: Create...

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Click
The Editors | April 29, 2014

When
9:30AM
03.27.14

Where
Brooklyn Bridge Park

When hundreds of New Yorkers hit the pavement this April as part of the Fabergé Big Egg Hunt, it wasn’t the candy-filled version they were after. Hunters...

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Eat Your Heart Out
Bonnie Davidson | April 29, 2014

FOOD COURT FRENZY
Superchefs like Todd English and Mario Batali are already in on the high-end food court trend, and Anthony Bourdain is planning to open one later this year, proving these culinary commissaries are for more...

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Kitchen Cabinet
Camille Hunt, Ray Rogers and James Servin | April 29, 2014

The Scottos: The Family Affair
“From day one, we had a great lunch crowd here, but a very bad turnout for dinner,” recalls Anthony Scotto Jr., of his family’s 1993 entry into the...

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Days of Wine & Showbiz
Kathie Lee Gifford | April 29, 2014

Life is funny—sometimes “funny ha-ha” and sometimes just downright weird. I know because I’ve lived a long time—long enough to see bell-bottoms and clogs come back twice. Long enough to see Carole King (...

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Editor's Note May 2014
Cristina Cuomo | April 29, 2014

Fortunately, I still acquired healthy eating habits, thanks to a mother who also had an organic-only grocery-shopping routine—and this, back when “organic” was still something of a dirty word. My mother’s idea of...

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Lady Luck
Scott Huver | April 24, 2014

“Yeah, I feel lucky right now,” muses Kate Mara sanguinely from a corner table at an eatery in Los Angeles’ Larchmont district, as she contemplates her good fortune. “Even when I don’t have a ton of work, I am always just really happy [...

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