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Picnic Like a Gatsby at New York’s Knickerbocker Hotel

The Knickerbocker, situated in the center of the universe on Broadway and 42nd Street, reopened its doors in February 2015 as the only five-star hotel in Times Square. Jacob Astor...

Wed in the World: Marriage Equality News from Malta to Tinian

There’s good news on the islands of Malta and Tinian, progress in Germany and continued inequality in Lithuania and Russia....

Strike a Pose: The Vogue Years Captures Doisneau’s Keen Eye

By Robert Doisneau | Flammarion; $60 Robert Doisneau was a 20th Century visionary. His photography both elevated magazine work to the level of art, while also creating immortal...

Got a Dream? Let 3-D Technology Print It up for You

Technology that can turn dreams into plastic, fit you better than a tailor, and leave hidden messages in your breakfast. From the Great Pyramids to the Empire State building,...

No Longer a Joke, Men in Tights Get a Leg up in Meggings

Leggings have long been thought of as falling squarely in the realm of women’s fashion (not that we’d ever let a detail like that dictate what we would or wouldn’t wear)....

Say “I Do” to LGBT-Friendly Wedding Planners

Hand in Hand Wedding planning experiences can range from fun to dysfunctional. Fortunately you can turn to the internet for help sourcing anything from officiants to memorable...

Visualize Sounds with Soundwave Tattoos by Skin Motion

Many turn to tattoos as a way to keep a treasured memory close; now they can do so through audio. Soundwave Tattoos by Skin Motion allow you to capture a recorded sound as a...

What Happens When Self-Expression Turns Domineering?

Kevin learns that, though interior design can be a wonderful way to let people know who you are, it can also be a way others try to keep you from doing so. I recall learning early...

DIARY: Don’t Tell Wade to “Dress His Age”

After Wade gets mistaken for an unexpected celebrity, he reflects on how his evolving relationship with fashion allowed him to take it in stride. I was about to cross a street in...

Paul Hagen Bridges the Divide Between Fear and Brooklyn

There’s something romantic about the idea of bridges. Like most great relationship stories, they are essentially about overcoming obstacles to bring people together. Recently...

Dare to Dress Gay: Go Behind the Seams at Rufskin

Does This Look Gay to You? The founders of unapologetic clothing brand Rufskin talk loving men’s clothing and each other. Fifteen years ago, Hubert Pierre Pouches and Douglas...

AIDS at Home: An Exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York

An exhibition showcases art that explores the early years of the epidemic from a very personal perspective. As the AIDS crisis unfolded during its early decades, even the hidden...