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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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Summer Hours
Scott Bunze | April 18, 2014

1. Chatham Bars Inn, Chatham, Mass.
For those looking for a change of scenery, Cape Cod offers understated New England charm. A favorite of the Bostonian elite for decades, the former...

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Bloom Town
Ana Jean Healy | April 9, 2014

1. New York Botanical Gardens
With 250 acres of lush landscape this National Historic Landmark is the premier location to observe hundreds of species of native and exotic flowers. Take guided tours through...

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The Men of Manhattan
The Editors | April 3, 2014

1. Ross Bleckner
Artist Ross Bleckner presents a new suite of paintings with his latest self-titled show at Mary Boone Gallery in Chelsea. The works expand on the artist’s...

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Transcendental Inspiration
Bob Roth | April 2, 2014

I love teaching people to meditate. Particularly the skeptics—the ones who say, “Meditation? I don’t believe in that stuff.” Or who tell me, “I’d love to meditate, but I could never do it because my mind...

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Path to Enlightenment
Suzanne Gannon | April 2, 2014

When he arrived in the United States from Australia more than 14 years ago, self-taught lighting designer Nathan Orsman had no idea he’d eventually be running his own business specializing in illuminating the lives, both indoor and outdoor...

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The Editors | April 2, 2014


Duggal Greenhouse, Brooklyn

Though showgoers complained about the far-flung Brooklyn Navy Yard location—and the Uber traffic jams that came with it—Alexander Wang’s...

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