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Straight Shooter
By Ray Rogers | April 26, 2016

Before signing on to the fantasy action-adventure The Huntsman: Winter’s War, Jessica Chastain had one requirement: She wanted to kick some ass. When the film’s star, Chris Hemsworth, approached her about a year before filming began...

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5 Must-Indulge Food Festivals
By Charlotte DeFazio | April 22, 2016

1. Food Book Fair
Deemed “food geek heaven,” this half-festival, half-conference is inspired by food media—books, magazines,...

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5 Events for Your April Agenda
By Charlotte DeFazio | April 18, 2016

1. Design on a Dime Benefit
From April 20 to 23, Housing Works kicks off its annual benefit featuring a Groundbreaker Awards...

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5 Interior Designer-Approved Picks for Innovative Lighting
By The Editors | April 11, 2016

1. “Adding a modern light fixture doesn’t have to be a complicated design choice. I’m mesmerized by light and color, and this is the...

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Broadway's Bloodbath
By Frank DiLella | April 6, 2016

When were you first introduced to American Psycho?
When I was a freshman in college I started to read the book—all the cool kids were reading it—and it was so overstimulating that I had to put...

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Men of Style
By Anne Marie O’Connor | April 5, 2016

Dao-Yi Chow & Maxwell Osborne
Public School and DKNY designers
“We like how you can create an image through clothes—it’s a way to stand out and be different,” says...

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La Dolce Vita in Soho
Cristina Cuomo | Photo courtesy of Ristorante Sessanta | April 5, 2016

With the wide variety of Italian eateries in New York, it’s almost a dare to top the many world-class restaurants that serve this classic cuisine. But John McDonald, Steven Eckler and Mercer Street...

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A Home (Not Too Far) Away From Home
By Sahar Khan, Cristina Cuomo and Liane Nelson | March 31, 2016

New Kid on the (Old) Block
Howard Street, at the intersection of Tribeca, Soho and Chinatown, is a still-gritty quarter in an increasingly sanitized city. A newly...

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The Quest for Purpose
By Natasha Silver Bell | March 31, 2016

In my work as a life and recovery coach, or as I like to call it, a “recovery of life” coach, I’ve encountered many teenage and 20-something young men who have not found a way to come of age. Many lack a strong sense of...

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Third Degree With Duran Duran's John Taylor
By Lori Majewski | March 31, 2016

Whose style do you admire?
I like Kanye West’s. What passes for men’s fashion today has gotten very narrow; between the hoodie and the tuxedo, we don’t have...

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Table for One—Party for Many
By Jesse Tyler Ferguson | March 31, 2016

EATING OUT IN MANHATTAN
The culinary scene in Manhattan changes all the time, so my favorite restaurant changes week to week. I actually just ate at Jean-Georges, which I know is a staple by this point,...

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Letter From the Editor: Spring Forward
By Cristina Cuomo | March 31, 2016

I’d resigned myself to hanging on during a rough stretch of parenting—then my favorite colorist, Nicole Gache at Valery Joseph, directed me to an essay called “The Letter Your Teenager Can...

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