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From Heartbreak to Healing — Rebuilding the Ranch House

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Paige Peterson visits the new (rebuilt) ranch of Peter and Nancy Lang's on the occasion of the third anniversary of the Tubbs Fire in 2017, which destroyed everything... READ MORE
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Schulenberg’s Page: The War ends and the games begin

Guest Diary
It’s April 1975 and Bob is in New York getting around, up and downtown, and unintentionally giving us a glimpse of history as observed by the Man on The Street. ... READ MORE
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THE AGE OF THE DEBUTANTE; Newport in the 1930s, Part II

Social History
Part II of Charles Burns' history of the Newport debutantes growing up and marrying princes, counts and assorted society heirs and playboys... READ MORE
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No Holds Barred: The Year of the Bombshell

Guest Diary
Blair Sabol has had it. With everything we’ve all had it for. She calls it the Year of the Bombshell. But there are ... rewards... READ MORE
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This Was Then: Valentino’s 30th Anniversary Exhibition in New York

Social History
Today we’re re-running a Social History from Mary Hilliard’s archive from September 1992, the opening of Valentino’s 30th Anniversary Retrospective Exhibition at the Park Avenue Armory. It was such a glamorous affair that we first ran it as a retrospective in 2010. Today we return to it... READ MORE
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Schulenberg’s Page: Unexpected Synchronicity in the Spring of ’75

Guest Diary
Bob's in New York in the Spring and Summer of 1975 when big changes were going on politically, and socially... READ MORE
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THE AGE OF THE DEBUTANTE; Newport in the 1930s, Part I

Social History
Newport historian Charles Burns on the Age of the Debutante in the exuberant years after the Gilded Age when Newport celebrated its youths’ coming of age... READ MORE
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Madison’s Miracle Renaissance

Guest Diary
Barbara Hodes covers some of the newest shops on Madison Avenue with her impeccable eye for fashion, style, and taste for the second iteration of Welcome Back Saturdays on Madison... READ MORE
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Schulenberg’s Page: Back to 1975. The reality of — everything.

Guest Diary
Bob and his sketchbook cover New York, and special films (Lucas' first!), as well as his favorites for dining out, lunches and even a cup of coffee... READ MORE
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Escaping Life at Work

Guest Diary
Christine Schott visits the family estate of the Harriman family and the great lake house in Arden, NY, built in the latter part of the 19th century; Plus a visit to the Adirondacks house of Stanley Hutton Rumbough, Pine Cone Camp on Lake Simond in Tupper Lake... READ MORE
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No Holds Barred: On the move

Guest Diary
Blair is looking at the recent migration, the result of pandemic, and people on the move. Even the Kardashians... READ MORE
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The Greening of Palm Beach: Palm Beach Country Club

Palm Beach
Augustus Mayhew takes us on a historical tour of the real estate development of Palm Beach, and ultimately the history of its amazing private country club — when progress was our most important product... READ MORE

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