Confirm or Deny … Susan Fowler

Maureen Dowd: You’ve deleted your Uber account. Susan Fowler: Confirm! I should delete my Uber account. Oh, confirm. Emma Stone should play you in the movie. That’s what I was thinking. Ashton Kutcher should play Travis. Yes. He’s one of the few people who defends Travis. Philip K ...
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Social Q’s: Microaggressions at the Market

Social Q’s By PHILIP GALANES While I was waiting to check out at the market, an older white woman in front of me turned to the black man behind me and said, “You look just like a young Gandhi. Has anyone told you that?” He said no. “Well, ...
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A Madoff Gets a Makeover. By Giving Them.

In the TriBeCa neighborhood of Manhattan, several boutiques — the kind frequented by women of not just means, but considerable means — have a stack of thick gold-bordered cards next to the register. They’re as large as cocktail napkins, but they’re business cards: too big to be slipped ...
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Books of Style: Inside the Estate that Inspired ‘The Philadelphia Story’

In 1911, Robert Montgomery, a wealthy Philadelphia stockbroker, commissioned the architect Horace Trumbauer to build his family a home. He chose 300 acres of rolling pasture in an enclave northwest of the city called the Main Line, where, beginning around 1880 and lasting until after World War II, ...
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Party Coverage: Scene City: Sarah Jessica Parker, Hailey Baldwin and Haim at the Hammer Gala

Party Coverage: Scene City By MONICA CORCORAN HAREL LOS ANGELES — At the Hammer Museum’s 15th annual garden gala, the name on everyone’s lips was one that nobody wanted to utter aloud. “At our table, we’re trying not to talk about Harvey Weinstein,” said Selma Blair, chatting with ...
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Dries Van Noten, Icon of Creative Freedom

This story is one of the seven covers of T Magazine’s Greats issue, on newsstands Oct. 22. IN THE COUNTRY of Belgium, in the meadows outside Antwerp, in a garden stalky with delphiniums, the fashion designer Dries Van Noten is considering a rose. Van Noten, who is 59, ...
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Nicki Minaj, Always in Control

This story is one of the seven covers of T Magazine’s Greats issue, on newsstands Oct. 22. THE DAY I WAIT in the hotel lobby of the Ritz-Carlton in Battery Park City to meet Nicki Minaj is the start of New York Fashion Week. I am early, and ...
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All Key Parts of Grandfather Clocks Labeled

Now is your chance!  A Guide to (most) every part of  a grandfather clock, with each part labeled. Just about the only part not named and pointed to is the grandfather clock mechanical German movement. The clock pictures is a classic Howard Miller Grandfather Clocks from the Howard ...
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Fashion Breaks Its Silence on Harvey Weinstein Scandal

In the days since The New York Times broke the story of allegations of decades of harassment and assault by Harvey Weinstein, torrents of heart-wrenching stories have poured forth from at least Array women who say they were victimized by Mr. Weinstein. So have unstinting condemnations from many ...
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Tired of Twee Edison Bulbs? Bring On the Neon

Last year, Coach, the handbag and accessories company, hired Lite Brite Neon Studio to create a six-foot-tall pink Tyrannosaurus Rex for its store in the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan. But when Matt Dilling, Lite Brite’s founder, saw the sketches for “Rexy,” as the dinosaur is known, he was ...
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New Illinois Museum includes grandfather clock with Dulcimer and Pipe Organ

The Halim Time and Glass Museum recently opened in Evanston, Illinois.  The five-story museum features over 1,100 timepieces, some dating back to the 1600s. One very special grandfather clock, and only 1 of 8 of this type known to exist in the world, features both a Dulcimer and ...
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Unbuttoned: Fashion’s Gossip Addiction

Unbuttoned By VANESSA FRIEDMAN Fashion has an addiction problem. I am not talking about illicit substances here, though the industry’s past issues with those have been well documented. Rather, I am talking about illicit … well, talk. Gossip. It seems unable to stop, and it is getting worse ...
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With…Tom Hanks: Hollywood’s Most Decent Fella on Harvey, Trump and History

SANTA MONICA, Calif. — In 2006, when Tom Hanks wanted to get a story published, he sent it to his friend and sometime director Nora Ephron. Having had my own writing critiqued by her, I know just how daunting that could be. “Oh, petrifying, horrifying, yes, yeah,” Mr ...
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Tom Hanks: Confirm or Deny

Maureen Dowd: The Washington Post does not deserve all the credit for the Pentagon Papers. Tom Hanks: True. Confirm. And when you see our movie, The New York Times gets all of its due. There is nothing better in this world than being Tom Hanks. Ah, no. Deny ...
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