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Walking on Air
Drew Limsky | April 22, 2014

Sam Champion was so identified with Good Morning America and ABC that his announcement last year that he would be decamping to The Weather Channel raised more than a few eyebrows—and not just in New York. After all, he is as familiar on the streets of...

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Matters of State
Paul Rubio | April 22, 2014

Spa Seductions
No longer part of The Ritz-Carlton family, the now independent Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa has maintained all its five-star trappings while adding creature...

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From Sea to Shore
Beth Weitzman | April 22, 2014

With an alarming possibility of disappearing within the next 50 years due to global warming and a rising sea level, now is the time to experience the Maldives, the world’s lowest-lying nation, with its more than 1,100 white-sanded coral islands situated off...

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Lady Luck
Scott Huver | April 22, 2014

“Yeah, I feel lucky right now,” muses Kate Mara sanguinely from a corner table at an eatery in Los Angeles’ Larchmont district, as she contemplates her good fortune. “Even when I don’t have a ton of work, I am always just really happy [with]...

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In Full Bloom
Morgan Golumbuk | April 16, 2014

1. The newest name in flowers is changing the game for good. The new Kalla flower service offers more than just run-of-the-mill delivery work. In addition to its stunning...

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Bunnies and Brunch
Morgan Golumbuck | April 9, 2014

1. Chef Conor Hanlon pulls out all the stops this year for The Dutch’s exclusive Easter Sunday special. The $65 three-course meal features items like...

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The Barry Principle
Drew Limsky | April 3, 2014

When Derek DeGrazio was a college athlete in upstate New York, he never imagined he’d go on to become a fitness entrepreneur—in Miami Beach, no less. It was 2007, and DeGrazio was visiting his brother in L.A. when he took his first...

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Full Circle
Drew Limsky | April 3, 2014

When Horacio LeDon was named president of development marketing for Florida at real estate giant Douglas Elliman earlier this year, it was with much fanfare. The attention speaks to the breadth of his career, which has included executive positions at Related and...

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Sharp Contrast
Isaiah Freeman-Schub | April 3, 2014

But today, the ultimate question is how to make the clothes emphasize modernity. Tomas Maier has answered with a precise spring/summer collection for Bottega Veneta, exploring the effects of visual contradiction. “The collection is...

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Game On!
Jen Karetnick | Photography by Michael Pisarri | April 3, 2014

It’s 1981, and Bertucci’s opens in Davis Square in Somerville, Mass. That’s right outside Boston, near Harvard, Tufts and other Ivy League universities. Students flock to munch on the first brick oven-baked pizza in the area...

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