July 29, 2015   
GUEST DIARY
Schulenberg's Page: Paris, Part XIX. Bob takes a flight across the Atlantic to France and a train to Paris, for his very first visit to the City of Light, sketchbook in hand.
NYSD TRAVEL
"My Time in Saudi Arabia," Paige Peterson writes about and
photographs her recent month-long vist to Saudi Arabia.
GUEST DIARY
LIZ SMITH: TV Nostalgia (the good, the bad, the Jesse Pinkman!) ... Mr. Trump's Thin Skin ... Harper Lee's "New" Novel.
SOCIAL DIARY
Hot muggy day leaves DPC thinking about The Donald and his current role in national politics; plus Ann Nitze returns from Aspen to give her annual summer cocktail on her Upper East Side wisteria-covered terrace.
PARTY PICTURES
The Byrd Hoffman Water Mill Foundation's 22nd Annual Summer
Benefit and Auction; The Parrish Art Museum's 2015 Midsummer Party.
GUEST DIARY
LIZ SMITH: The Wednesday Wrap: Tom Cruise ... James Earl Jones ... Joan Collins ... Film Noir ... Angela Lansbury ... and the revival of Swing (on vinyl!)
HOUSE
John Foreman visits Sagtikos Manor, a little known Long Island mansion whose Indian name, unfortunately, means "head of the hissing snake."
ACROSS THE WORLD
Jeanne Lawrence attends the 51st annual San Francisco Debutante Ball
where twenty-four stunning young women made their bows.
GUEST DIARY
LIZ SMITH: The Phoenix Rises — in Biloxi, Mississippi: Liza's Back! ... New York and the entire Cultural World Mourns the Loss of Ingrid Sischy ... The Ageless and Sexy Paul Rudd.
SOCIAL DIARY
Sunny weekend, a brief respite and reunion at Martha's Vineyard; The Watermill Center's 22nd Annual benefit; an Exhibition of Patrick McMullan's Collection at the Salomon Gallery; and the birthday boy takes the cake.
GUEST DIARY
No Holds Barred: Kiss Me Cait. Re last night's airing of the first segment of the Caitlyn Jenner reality TV show, Blair Sabol considers the whole matter of the man, the woman and the nature of transgender.
ACROSS THE WORLD
The new owners of Georgetown's Julia Child
House are as interesting as its namesake. Plus, a birthday celebration or two (or three).
GUEST DIARY
LIZ SMITH: New Years's Eve In Buenos Aires — A Little Bit of Star Quality ... The Latest "Big Bang" Theory.
HOUSE
Sian, Lesley, and JH visit interior designer Kyle Timothy Blood in his Chelsea studio. With a name like that, how could it not be interesting?
BEAUTY
Tools and beauty recommendations (which you can purchase!) for this
weekend's Watermill Center Annual Benefit and OCRF's Super Saturday.
GUEST DIARY
LIZ SMITH: The Glory of Raquel ... The End of "Tut" ... "The "Dames at Sea" Revival ... Iris, and Her Temple of Love!
SOCIAL DIARY
Beautiful sunny day in New York; lunch at Michael's with a girl from Los Angeles; the Horse Trials at Fitch's Corner; plus a dinner in the Hampton's for sculptor Arthur Carter now exhibiting at the Southampton Arts Center.
PARTY PICTURES
The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation's 6th Annual Unconditional Love Gala; A cocktail reception for Chess in the-Schools; LongHouse Reserve 2015 Summer Benefit; The Peconic Baykeers annual fundraising gala "Celebration of our Bays."
GUEST DIARY
Schulenberg's Page, Part XVIII. Bob takes Paul Bartel
to a performance of Barbra's show where he learns that Elliot Gould (the star in the show) is now in her life, too. Meanwhile, plans are made for Bob to go to Paris for a month.
GUEST DIARY
LIZ SMITH: What's Really Doin' In The Ruins of Pompeii? ... Danger! Danger! Robots!! ... Keep Young and Beautiful ... Ryan Gosling is Stylin' ... The Art of John Lennon.
SOCIAL DIARY
JH makes a rare departure form town to visit upstate New York with his family on his mother's birthday; Lunch at Michael's with Linda Fairstein who's about to publish her 17th crime novel set in New York; plus Harry and Gigi Benson go to a gala in Monte Carlo; while down in Nashville they are still talking about the timeless elegance of the 53rd annual Swan Ball.
GUEST DIARY
LIZ SMITH: Vanity Fair and Marie Brenner Tell Us — Paris is Burning, Again. Also — Cicely Tyson ... Angela Lansbury ... Monte Carlo Royals.
HOUSE
John Foreman discovers Hampton, an unexpected outpost of the "Old South" located a thousand feet from the Baltimore Beltway.
GUEST DIARY
LIZ SMITH: Tuesday With — Trump ... Tut ... Katie Holmes ... "Lizzie Pepper" ... and Raquel Welch.
SOCIAL DIARY
Sunshine, rain and relentless heat for the weekend; the town turned out for the Cinema Society's Special Screening of Woody Allen's latest film "Irrational Man" at MoMA, followed by a party at the New York Palace Hotel.
GUEST DIARY
No Holds Barred. Blair Sabol is taken to dine at Ralph Lauren's new
Polo Bar, and was in for a surprise; and then this "non-foodie" discovered Vedge in Philadelphia where she had another surprise quite contrary. Plus her visit to the Eastern State Penitentiary, now transformed into a cultural center/art gallery.
GUEST DIARY
LIZ SMITH: Remembering — When Elaine Stritch Tried Her Best With ... Woody Allen!

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Across the World

Carol Joynt runs down the most memorable Parties of the Year.

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Guest Diary

Liz Smith: A Tell-All-Your-Friends Triumph...

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Dining

A time for indoor pursuits, warm cocktails, and comfort food.

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Philanthropy

Silda Wall Spitzer Does the Right Thing.

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Shopping Diary

It's a wrap!

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Calendar

Browse our calendar listings and submit your event. It's free!

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House

NYSD House interviews designer Stephen Sills.

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Gallery

A section of JH's city pics are now available for purchase.

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Art Set

The Art Set: Art & Food

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Travel

Notes of Paris, Provence and Cannes.

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The List / Cameo

Browse all the faces and names that matter.

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Social History

Chapter XXXI: Palm Beach 1966-1967