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Comedian and actor Seth Herzog—a regular at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Caroline’s and more—leads us through his day (and gets some laughs).
Amanda Brooks wrote the book on personal style - literally.
A rock ’n’ roll trainer works his magic.
Actress and advocate Vivica A. Fox shares her emotional connection to breast cancer and counsels us on the importance of early detection.
Josh Shaw tells us why he and his company support Autism Speaks, and how you can help.
The Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival helps two worthy causes devoted to hunger relief keep everyone well-fed.
Fall’s key fabric makes a return in a sharp silhouette that takes its style cues from James Bond—not Jimi Hendrix.
We combed the city for what gents need to know, now.
Diamonds, cuffs and pendants get a male makeover.
We celebrate Manhattan's most divine gents as they give us a glimpse into their private lives.
Like fitting pieces into a puzzle, interior designer Jennifer Esposito matches one-of-a-kind furniture with the needs and imaginations of Manhattan families.
These functional watches are guaranteed to capture attention with bold looks and powerful magnetism.
Everything you need to take you through this season and into the next
What does it take to sell multimillion-dollar real estate like Tribeca’s Fairchild in today’s market? Having a De Niro on your side doesn’t hurt.
The season of Alpine skiing is upon us, so lock in your reservations at these top family-friendly all-American resorts
With a lifelong career of fantastic success, Uma Thurman is making choices to keep it real in life and onscreen.
A creative family makes its mark.
An impeccable pedigree is sullied by a serial swinger.
In the most gentlemanly of ways, of course.
These five new Italian eateries are finding their way into Gotham's heart through - where else? - our collective grumbling stomachs.
Build the liquor stash with a crop of new, well-appointed whiskies.
With a gorgeous new collection and an equally chic store, there’s never been a better time to swing by Y-3.
New men’s hot spot Jack Olive gives us a lesson in quirky yet classic style.
Take it outside and to the mat—and prepare for the next level.
To keep their skin fighting fit, real men take a “hands-on” approach.
Fifteen cast members, one hour to film them. We sat down with the current crop of SNL talent, and got their thoughts on SNL, potential skits for James Franco, and whether Adnan is guilty.