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Moore Amore
By Ray Rogers | October 30, 2015

“I’m starving!” exclaims Julianne Moore after a late morning yoga session as she settles in at her favorite table in a West Village eatery, menu in hand. “I don’t even know why I’m looking. I know what I’m going to eat...

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To Live & Buy in New York
By Shira Levine | October 27, 2015

Few people get to casually indulge in referring to a Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurant as their “local,” but in Manhattan real estate, everything is possible. With the increasing...

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All Around the World
By Zachary Wilson | October 19, 2015

1. Cuba: This Moment, Exactly So by Lorne Resnick
Capturing the beauty and vitality of modern Cuban culture, this timely tome features over 250 photographs of the island and its residents taken by...

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Homeward Bound
By Sofie Hartzell | October 12, 2015

1. The Beekman
Although it’s not open until early 2016, this downtown landmark is still the most buzzed-about hotel around. Once open, it will house restaurants from...

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Parlez-Vous Vaucluse?
Gael Greene | Photography by Noah Fecks | October 9, 2015

Who thinks the Upper East Side is hopelessly stodgy? Not your dad or your boss. Not your great-aunt. Not the VIPs of a certain age claiming the tables and turnover at chef Michael White’s new...

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Like a Rock
By Frank DiLella | October 9, 2015

You and Tony-winner Nina Arianda are reprising your roles in Fool for Love for Broadway after doing the show at The Williamstown Theater Festival in 2014. How does it feel?

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Third Degree With Rev Run
By The Editors | October 9, 2015

Which iconic figures would be at your dream dinner party?
Martin Luther King Jr., Quincy Jones, Maya Angelou, Russell Simmons

And what would you be serving?
Caesar salad and salmon...

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Film, Glorious Film
By Ray Rogers | October 6, 2015

Randy Mastro’s enthusiasm for movies has been unwavering ever since he took film classes during his college days at Yale. Happily, the high-powered lawyer (he’s the former deputy mayor for...

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Screen Savers
By David Nugent | October 5, 2015

1. April and the Extraordinary World
Marion Cotillard voices the lead in this retro-animated film which reimagines Paris as if electricity had never been invented. I love this film as it will appeal to both young and old...

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Know Your Place(s)
By Pamela Fiori | October 1, 2015

I knew the instant I saw her long, highly glazed acrylic nails painted in a vampire red that this was not a woman cut out for a tented safari in East Africa. Nevertheless, there she was, her hands under the dryer, prattling on to anyone within...

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Alec's Next Act
Interview by David Nugent | October 1, 2015

David Nugent: How did you get involved with HIFF?
Alec Baldwin: I’d been going out to the Hamptons year-round since I got a place there in the mid ’80s, and when the festival began I...

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Light Fantastic
By Judith Light | October 1, 2015

I just gotta say, you asked me to write this article and I in no way have time for this but what else is new? I’ll have to write on the fly—and yes, I can do more than one thing at a time. NYC has turned me into one of those people who...

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