SOCIAL DIARY Hot summer days in New York; the Michael's Wednesday lunch with a surprise star of the room; a touching reunion at Sette Mezzo, and last Saturday's Unconditional Love Gala for the Southampton Animal Shelter.
HOUSE Sian, Lesley Hauge, and JH visit designer Rod Winterrowd, who like many designers came to the job after another entirely different career.
GUEST DIARY LIZ SMITH and Denis Ferrara: Edith Piaf had No Regrets — Tony Schwartz, who wrote Donald Trump's "The Art of The Deal," has More Regrets than he can count!!
GUEST DIARY Schulenberg's Page, New York, Part LXVIX. Bob takes us on his tour of a day and a night in the city, uptown and down, and later studies the old movies on TV.
GUEST DIARY LIZ SMITH and Denis Ferrara: Tammy Blanchard Reaches For the Stars in "Tallulah." (Ellen Page and Allison Janney Also Dazzle in This Compelling Film.)
SOCIAL DIARY The death of Besty Bloomingdale. And a strong reminder of a part of New York that never shuts down, never goes away, never gives up, and always promises more for our imagination. And that is Broadway.
GUEST DIARY LIZ SMITH and Denis Ferrara: America Overwhelmed By New Affliction — Too Many Choices on TV!! Also — Ann Friel as "Marcella" ... "GOT" fans frozen out ... "Ray Donovan" — the "fixer" can't be fixed ... Elton John brings tennis and good deeds to Las Vegas.
SOCIAL DIARY Very warm days in New York. Today we're featuring one of those great obituaries of Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia, the father of Prince Dimitri who lives here in New York, in the London Daily Telegraph.
HOUSE Big Old Houses. Revisiting John Foreman's trip to Staten Island to visit the Seguine Mansion, built in 1838 above Prince's Bay.
GUEST DIARY The Amazing Life and Times of Helen Gurley Brown ("Not Pretty Enough") ... The Enduring Artistry of Woody Allen ("Café Society.")
SOCIAL DIARY Very warm weather in New York; a weekend spent mainly finishing the briliant and insightful story of a house and the women who presided: "The Mistresses of Cliveden."
GUEST DIARY Manic Monday! — "Pets" ... "Tarzan" ... Margot Robbie ... The left breast of Kim Kardashian ... Kudos for Kate Mulgrew and Ellen Barkin — TV's Toughest Cookies!
SOCIAL DIARY Heat and thundershowers to cool the day; recalling my lunch with the famous Toni Ross of Nick & Toni's; plus Monmouth County's Historical Association annual Garden Party; and Dylan Lauren hosts an ARF Adopt-a-Thon at her store in East Hampton.
HOUSE NYSD House revisits Lisa Mahar, mother of three, owner of Kid O, and every parent's nightmare' because of the standards to which she adheres.
BEAUTY Summer Skin Care Secrets of one particular girl pushing 40.
SOCIAL DIARY Another beautiful summer day in New York. The Michael's lunch with Toni Ross, a book signing at The Corner Bookstore, stopping by Dior to revisit Versailles, and a reminder about the Young People's Chorus of New York City.
GUEST DIARY Schulenberg's Page, Part LXVIII, New York. Armed always with his sketchbook, Bob took in the world of New York at night and in day in the mid-'60s when it festooned with nightlife and fresh characters.
SOCIAL DIARY Another beautiful summer day in New York, and Nelson of Devonshire pops up on our radar seeing the world, specifically Morocco at this moment.
PARTY PICTURES Beautiful summer days and nights, the opening preview of the Diane Arbus exhibition at the Met Breuer, and the Young Members annual party over at the Met on the Roof overlooking the Park. Plus the Southampton Animal Shelter holds a benefit at addo in Sag Harbor.
SOCIAL DIARY A beautiful sunny day in New York and a little story about a dog's life; more than one that is.
HOUSE Big Old Houses. With John Foreman we revisit Glenmere up on the Hudson for a Better Fate than Many.
SOCIAL DIARY Busy Art Southampton's last day today; dinner with Boaz Mazor and Sir John Richardson; Boston Symphony opens with Tanglewood with an annual gala; and Mary Hilliard reports on life in Stanfordville, and lunch. Plus George and Hilly celebrate.
SOCIAL DIARY Last week's dinner reminded us of the occasion four and a half years ago when John Richardson was knighted to become Sir John Richardson ...