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Leave it to Beavers
Bob Saget | April 1, 2014

Even the first settlers who came to New York City took note of how cold it is in the winter. 

Apparently, so I’ve learned, back in 1609, the Englishman Henry Hudson came to “New Amsterdam,” which eventually became New...

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Sweet Carolina
Stephanie Davis Smith | April 1, 2014

Songs are written about mountain views like this—lyrics and stanzas about winding roads, deep valleys and quiet climbs up, up, up, until you feel like you’re miles above the clouds.

On a blustery...

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Best In Class
Nate Chapnick | March 28, 2014

Eco Supercar

2015 BMW i8
Revolutionary in its design, the 2015 BMW i8 looks like nothing else on the road. Otherworldly aesthetic details include doors that open up and out like wings, striking LED headlamps and a...

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Casting His Spell
Andrew Myers | March 27, 2014

Presto, chango! See how the kid from Queens, an only child born to a public high school history teacher and an artist, a kid with no strong Tinseltown ties—poof!—appears at age 29 center stage at the 75th Academy Awards. After sweeping up...

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Clean Plate Club
Ana Jean Healy | March 20, 2014

1. Mas (La Grillade)
Coming from the Provençal word for farmhouse, Mas (La Grillade) values fresh ingredient and letting the flavors speak for themselves. Using primitive cooking methods...

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As You Like It
Scott Bunze | March 13, 2014

1. The Epicure
Although Manhattan is a playground for the foodie, the Epicurean’s curiosity is always looking for the next step.

What to Do: Greenwich Village’s Blue Hill is famous for...

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Readers Digest
Gael Greene | Photography by Noah Fecks | March 10, 2014

“I hope you won’t think I’m rude,” a slightly chubby millennial in a mini said to the bartender, “but what time does the young crowd get here?”


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Art & Musing
The Editors | March 10, 2014

Featured artworks by Hunt Slonem, shot on location in his Hell’s Kitchen studio.

Hunt Slonem is represented by Marlborough Gallery,

Model: Snow for Q Management | Photo assistant: Daniel Jaramillo |...

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A Wealth of Experiences
The Editors | March 10, 2014

We all know money can’t really buy happiness—but can it at least help? In an effort to understand the link between money and well-being, psychologists Elizabeth Dunn and Michael Norton conducted studies that provide valuable...

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Kings of the Castle
The Editors | March 10, 2014

Some years ago, a young Danish nobleman, after a weekend of parties in the Hamptons, rested his booted legs on an ottoman and laughed, “You Americans! You attend three parties in one weekend. We attend one party over a weekend!”


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