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  • Book review: 'By Nightfall' by Michael Cunningham

    Book review: 'By Nightfall' by Michael Cunningham
    By Nightfall A Novel Michael Cunningham Farrar, Straus and Giroux 238 pp., $25 Revolving around Peter and Rebecca Harris — fortysomething aesthetes in Manhattan's SoHo, he an art dealer and she the editor of an independent art journal —...
  • Up on the roof, where the drinks — and the Manhattan views — are fine

    Up on the roof, where the drinks — and the Manhattan views — are fine
    Heaven may be a little closer in New York these days, especially in Manhattan, where hotels' rooftop bars are among the best places to enjoy summer. A few are restricted to guests, such as those at the Surrey, the Trump SoHo and the Thompson LES, but...
  • In Sunday books: This author's got U-Haul on speed dial

    In Sunday books: This author's got U-Haul on speed dial
    Brooke Berman makes a left off Sunset Boulevard onto Larrabee and begins to recount, warmly, a home she once occupied in West Hollywood. "This was one of the best apartments I've had in L.A.," she says as we approach a place a few blocks from Book Soup,...
  • Shopping: MartinMartin upbeat on downtown

    Shopping: MartinMartin upbeat on downtown
    Husband-and-wife designers Eric Martin and Diane Moss-Martin, co-founders of moody Los Angeles-based brand MartinMartin, chose a blinding white color palette for their first-ever boutique — an optically striking choice, considering that their...
  • Jog your way around New York

    Jog your way around New York
    New Yorkers are always on the run. Bankers rush from Wall Street to Midtown; harried shoppers tear through the narrow streets of NoLita and SoHo. Travelers may find it hard to keep up with the pace — unless they bring their running shoes and join...
  • Day of terror in New York: Pages from a reporter's 9/11 journal

    Day of terror in New York: Pages from a reporter's 9/11 journal
    The brown-leather journal is my passport to Sept. 11, 2001. When I hold it in my hands, images and memories are no further away than yesterday. I had no notebook with me when my husband and I dropped our children, 8 and 4, at school that morning. Then...
  • Miami's cultural transformation

     Miami's cultural transformation
    It's Saturday night, and though a drizzle threatens, the lawn is jammed with children snoozing in strollers, couples sprawling on picnic blankets, teens taking a break from skateboarding. The star appears — not some retread boomer rocker but high-...
  • 12 places to visit in 2012

    12 places to visit in 2012
    New Mexico: This year, New Mexicans mark 100 years of statehood. But much of the state's appeal stems from its human history that goes back much further. (In 2010, Santa Fe celebrated 400 years of cityhood.) Explore here: the adobe architecture and art...
  • Skullphone leaves his distinctive mark at Riverside museum

    Skullphone leaves his distinctive mark at Riverside museum
    AMID THE stately Mediterranean and Classical architecture of the Riverside Art Museum, a 1929 building on the National Register of Historic Places, the underground street artist known as Skullphone has left his mark -- a black-and-white human skull...
  • Parasols to suit the shady ladies of summer

    Parasols to suit the shady ladies of summer
    THIS being the summer of the dress — the girlier, the better — inevitably an accessory more charming than a bucket hat would start popping up: the flirty parasol. The model most likely to be seen is the Chinese kind, with its slim bamboo...
  • Name change touches a beach community's soul

    Don Spencer stepped into the recess of his bay window and stared at the rooftops terraced beneath him, all the way to the sea. He spoke of a childhood easy to imagine but difficult, by now, to re-create. Spencer's early days were spent tumbling in the...