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Golden Boys
By Pamela Fiori | January 21, 2015

This is the tale of two teenagers who grew up a mile apart in Torre del Greco, a small town outside of Naples, and became friends. One, Amedeo Scognamiglio, is the descendent of a coral and cameo design company that dates back to 1857; the other, Roberto...

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Sweet Talkers
By James Servin | January 21, 2015

The Pastry Artists
Fashionable New Yorkers are buzzing over to Maman (French for mother) cafe and bakery for its cozily chic atmosphere and flavorful lunch fare and pastry options....

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Play On!
Camille Hunt | January 16, 2015

1. Barcade
The Williamsburg-born bar and arcade opened two new locations in Manhattan last year—on West 24th Street in Chelsea and St. Mark’s Place in the East Village—where...

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Baby, It’s Cold Outside
Robyn Moreno | January 9, 2015

1. A.C.T. Indoor Playstation at Saint John the Divine
This indoor kiddie gym is a godsend for uptown parents. Located in the church’s basement, the play area...

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The Best of the City
By The Editors | January 8, 2015

BEST OF THE CITY | CULTURE

Best Museum Curator
Klaus Biesenbach, the chief curator at large at MoMA (11 W. 53rd St.) and director of...

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Third Degree With… Geraldo Rivera
By The Editors | January 8, 2015

Which five iconic figures would be at your dream dinner party?
Michelle Obama, I’d love to have her around; Pope Francis, he’s the most exciting person right now on the international scene...

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Editor's Note: Jan/Feb 2015
By Cristina Cuomo | January 8, 2015

I recently went to see my friend, actor Alessandro Nivola, in an excellent play, Bernard Pomerance’s The Elephant Man, at the historic Booth Theatre...

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Boyhood Dreams
By Cristina Cuomo | January 5, 2015

When I met Ethan Hawke 20 years ago, he was a freewheeling young guy with a love of life, writing (The Hottest State, his first novel, was already in the works), muscle cars, Sam Shepard plays and Bob Dylan records he’d play in his West...

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Any Way You Slice It, A Rainbow
Gael Greene | Photo by Bill Milne | December 23, 2014

It was opening-day brunch at the new uplifted Rainbow Room after it was closed five years ago for rehab and, as far as I’m concerned, it...

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White Hot
Cristina Cuomo | December 23, 2014

Tell me about your mutual fascination with food. How did that grow? 
Dave Zinczenko: We come from different places. Dan started off as a fine-dining enthusiast with a penchant for elegant wines, and I started as a...

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Night Fever
James Servin | December 23, 2014

Just outside the Shakespeare and Company bookstore in Paris, filmmaker Steve Clark, his newly purchased copy of Henry Miller: The Paris Years in hand, pauses to photograph a poster of a poem titled “The Harmony of Paradoxes.” “...

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Artist Inclined
Suzanne Gannon | December 23, 2014

In a nondescript building roughly 45 miles north of the Manhattan office where he amassed a fortune at the global commodities conglomerate founded by his great-grandfather Leopold, William Louis-Dreyfus has consolidated a sprawling collection of art...

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