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Third Degree With Uzo Aduba
By The Editors | December 4, 2015

Which five iconic figures would be at your dream dinner party?
Oprah Winfrey, Nelson Mandela, Barbra Streisand, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Meryl Streep. I can only imagine the stories that would be tossed around...

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Letter From the Editor: Comforts and Joys
By Cristina Cuomo | December 4, 2015

It stirred something inside me. I wanted to know who she was and why she was there. When I turned the card over and saw the painting was hanging at the Museum of Modern Art—just minutes away from...

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A Star Named Gugu
By Ray Rogers | December 1, 2015

She’s still relatively unknown in the United States, but just wait. British screen and stage actor Gugu Mbatha-Raw is about to become a household name. Following last year’s one-two punch of critically acclaimed roles—she played the...

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FEIT Forward
By Sofie Hartzell | November 19, 2015

Tell us about FEIT’s design process.
Products are conceptualized and designed in NYC. Lasts and materials are developed in Europe—mainly Italy—and the shoes are...

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In Retrospect
By Sahar Khan | November 19, 2015

Frank Stella is not one for introspection. The 79-year-old artist deflects questions about the significance of the Whitney Museum of American Art's presentation of his career to date with the disinterestedness...

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Scotto House Rules
By Rosanna Scotto | November 19, 2015

Growing up in Brooklyn, my parents always made sure that my two brothers, my sister and I were surrounded by lots of family and food on Thanksgiving. It was never a quiet affair—and it was never just turkey. Several days before, there...

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NYC Sound Machine
By Frank DiLella | November 19, 2015

As an accomplished artist and performer, what does Broadway mean to you?
I’m a huge fan of Broadway. When I was a teenager, I’d save up my money and see any show that came to Miami. [It helped me understand]...

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Season Savors
By Liane Nelson | November 18, 2015

1. Brookfield Place Ice Rink
Skip the long lines at Bryant Park and Rock Center and head to the recently renovated Ice Rink at Brookfield Place when it reopens later this...

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Savoir-Flair
Beth Landman | November 16, 2015

In a city full of restaurants with absentee owners, the perennially popular boite Le Bilboquet stands out for the attention lavished on diners by Philippe...

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Away for the Holidays
By Charlotte DeFazio | November 16, 2015

1. 21 Club
Opened on the night of New Year’s Eve in 1929, this historical and popular spot to the elite is hosting an exquisite three-course Thanksgiving...

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The Giving Kind
By The Editors | November 13, 2015

CARMELO ANTHONY
The Carmelo Anthony Foundation was created because I wanted to reinvest in my community. I needed to find a way to focus my...

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Luxe Actually
By Yelena Shuster | November 9, 2015

1. Bergdorf Goodman
The iconic jewelry floor is getting a major overhaul, complete with a French Moderne design, its own lavish entrance, an intimate viewing room and...

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