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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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Collecting Thoughts
Thomas P. Farley | December 23, 2014

SUKANYA RAJARATNAM 
Partner, Mnuchin Gallery, 45 E. 78 St.

What attracted you to a career in the art world?...

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And You'll Be Reading...
The Editors | December 19, 2014

If you enjoy essays...
Collection of Sand by Italo Calvino ($14, Mariner Books)
“This new collection of essays by the beloved Italian writer is translated into English for the first time...

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Holiday Sparklers
Kathryn Maier | December 19, 2014

Best with Food 
Vilmart & Cie Grand Cellier
“This is a beautiful all-rounder from a top Grower Champagne. Vilmart’s wines are about finesse and texture, which makes them work ...

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Pop-Up Stars
Kathryn Maier | December 15, 2014

1. Bandier
The store imports its Southampton style—including the trademark affirmation quotes and “bra bar”—along with the luxe fitness wear that’s earned it a...

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