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Jackie Rogers, Jet-Setting Fashion Designer, Dies at 90

An outspoken American who became a model for Coco Chanel, she partied with Europe’s elite before starting her own clothing…

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Eliot Spitzer and an Elite Co-op Board Fight Over a Ditch

The former governor of New York faces a lawsuit from a cooperative board that could upend his plans to build…

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A Ghost Appears at the Marc Jacobs Show

Upside-down jackets, punk gestures — Vivienne Westwood is still present in fashion.

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Mira Lehr, Artist Who Explored Nature’s Distress, Dies at 88

She helped found a gallery for women artists in Miami Beach and, influenced by an early Buckminster Fuller experiment, focused…

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Health

Celebrating the Roaring 2020s With a Bee’s Knees Cocktail

The Prohibition Era favorite is back on bar menus, with creative ingredients but the same inherent charm.

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Hochul Could Face Battle With Fellow Democrats Over Corporate Tax Increase

Gov. Kathy Hochul is under pressure from some Democrats to extend a temporary corporate tax increase in her budget proposal…

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El Fish Marisqueria, Seafood-Focused Mexican, Opens on the Upper West Side

Rotisserie chicken on the Upper East Side, a Turkish menu served on the Peninsula New York rooftop, and more restaurant…

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How an ‘Avatar’ Villain Spends His Sundays

Stephen Lang is perhaps best known for playing the nefarious, strong and lithe Colonel Miles Quaritch in “Avatar.” But if…

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New York City Banned Foie Gras in 2019. Tell That to the Ducks.

The yearslong battle to ban the delicacy in New York City rages on, with duck farmers, animal rights activists, two…

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He’s No Singer, but He’s Onstage at the Metropolitan Opera

Bryan Wagorn, a pianist, has an unusually visible presence in “Fedora,” and he plays a piano with a history.

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