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Shop le French way: from Paris to Pyla in Blue Sky Style

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Barbara Hodes takes us on her shopping tour of Paris before moving south to the village of Pyla, nestled in the pine trees below the Dune. You won’t be able to resist. Beautiful. Shopping le French way... READ MORE
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JILL KREMENTZ PHOTO JOURNAL: Vija Celmins’ To Fix The Image in Memory at The Met Breuer

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Vija Celmins (born 1938) has been making paintings, drawings, prints, and sculpture for more than fifty years. Having immigrated to the United States from Latvia as a child, she began her career in Los Angeles in the 1960s and moved to New York in the early 1980s. While she is perhaps best known for distilling […]... READ MORE
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No Holds Barred: Fall From Grace

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Blair Sabol takes a look at the temperature of temperaments all around us, after a summer of shakedowns and takedowns... READ MORE
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Waiting For Renee, Thinking About Judy

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Denis Ferrara, anticipating the opening today of the film “Judy” starring Renee Zellwegger, goes into the whole Judy legend and it’s compelling no matter ..... READ MORE
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Debbie’s Week at a Glance: Perfect, grand. Period.

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Debbie takes in screenings, especially "Downton Abbey"; also “Godfather of Harlem; plus a booksigning for Steve Schwarzman’s “What It Takes"; and celebrates all things animal at Heidi and Allen Roberts'. ... READ MORE
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What to Wear Where when honoring greatness

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Those What-to-Wear girls are gearing up for Thursday night’s Friends of the Upper East Side Historic District dinner at the Metropolitan Club, honoring Fernanda Kellogg and Kirk Henckels... READ MORE
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A weekend in SoHo: New spots to shop downtown

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Barbara Hodes spent a weekend in SoHo, finding new spots to shop in contemporary locations behind the ancient doors and buildings of the area... READ MORE
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Jill Krementz attends the dress rehearsal for “Porgy & Bess,” prior to its much awaited opening this evening.

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Tonight: The Gershwins’ modern American masterpiece has its first Met performances in almost three decades, starring bass-baritone Eric Owens and soprano Angel Blue in the title roles. Director James Robinson’s stylish production transports audiences to Catfish Row, a setting vibrant with the music, dancing, emotion, and heartbreak of its inhab... READ MORE
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“Hustlers” — The Latest “Empowerment” of Women? Really?! Also — Ken Burns’ “Country Music”…”The Deuce”…”Succession” and Carol Lynley

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“SHE’LL carelessly cut you and laugh while you’re bleeding,” sang Billy Joel on “She’s Always a Woman.” This lyric, if not the basic dreamy sentiment of Joel’s ballad, fits perfectly with the latest film in the genre of Women Gone Bad Because Times Are Tough and Men Are Pigs. I do mean “Hustlers,” starring Jennifer Lopez [&... READ MORE
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Schulenberg’s Page: Still trying to process the year of 1973

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Schulenberg’s Page: Still in 1973 and trying to process the Watergate scandal while taking in a number of Disney films at Lincoln Center... READ MORE
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Debbie’s Week at a Glance: September launched gently into that good night

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Debbie says she’s pacing herself but there was enough going on to lure her away from rest. New York, Southampton, action everywhere... READ MORE
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Jill Krementz Photo Journal: Harold Pinter, Amy Sherald, Gus Van Sant, & Pace Gallery’s Inaugural Exhibitions

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Jill Krementz, NYSD’s Associate Editor, has covered the cultural world since 1961. Today’s Photo Journal includes her coverage of Harold Pinter’s Broadway revival of “Betrayal,” Hauser & Wirth’s exhibition of Amy Sherald's portraits, Gus Van Sant’s solo show of large watercolors at Vito Schnabel Projects, and a gala opening of Pace G... READ MORE

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