Cats Adds Leona Lewis to Its Many Lives
The Phantom of the Opera may currently be the longest-running musical in Broadway history, but that title was held for many years by another Andrew Lloyd Webber phenomenon, Cats.
For Many, It’s Not Summer Without Circuit Parties
From dance floors to pool parties, everyone is jumping in.
NYC Summer Restaurant Week
July 25 – August 19
August is an ideal month to explore eating thanks to the summer edition of Restaurant Week.
Sean Hayes Puts Jack in the Box Once and For All
Our conversation with Sean Hayes continues.
Unlock the Ancient Hidden Magic of Witch Hazel
It’s sold over the counter at most convenience and drug stores. You likely have a bottle of it somewhere in your house. But where does witch hazel come from and what does it do?
The Ladies of AbFab Are Ready for Their Close-Up
Last night in Manhattan, we had an audience with queens of comedy Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley. It was lovely, sweetie darling. more >
Discover What Hippies Have Known for Decades: Big Sur Is Cool
Sure it was a magnet for ’60s counterculture. But Big Sur is more than a great place to stage a rock festival or start a commune. It’s a travel destination that lets every picture tell a beautiful story. more >
HITCHCOCK/TRUFFAUT: A Summit of Cinema’s Great Minds
Francois Truffaut, Then considered a shinining star of French cinema, spent eight days in 1962 discussing filmmaking with veteran director Alfred Hitchcock.
Aruba, Jamaica . . . No, Wait: Just Aruba.
The island of Aruba, located roughly 18 miles off the coast of Venezuela, offers a beautiful setting for a destination wedding.
The Best of the Best: Which Companies Care Most about LGBT Rights?
This year, in our annual look at how the corporate world interacts with the LGBT community, we showcase how businesses have reached out to us through advertising, how they’re doing it with increasing specificity and how that’s changed over time.