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Brady Ellison, Archery’s New Badass

Brady Ellison, Archery’s New Badass

Dan Murphy June 21, 2012 2

This is the second in a series of articles leading up to the start of the 2012 Olympics in London on July 27. Each will highlight an athlete and the aspects of his or

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Claressa Shields: The New Beauty of Boxing

Claressa Shields: The New Beauty of Boxing

Dan Murphy June 15, 2012 1

This is the first in a series of articles leading up to the start of the 2012 Olympics in London on July 27. Each will highlight an athlete and the aspects of his or

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Prada and Schiaparelli Talk It Out

Prada and Schiaparelli Talk It Out

JN May 9, 2012 2

Fashion people are no different than sports fans, cooking fanatics, Beltway handlers or PTA parents.  This is the last thing they want to hear, but assuming that pants are still put on one leg

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The Interview: Nico Muhly

The Interview: Nico Muhly

Kelsey Osgood May 4, 2012 2

When Joseph asked me to interview Nico Muhly, my initial reaction was anxiety (though to be fair, that’s my initial reaction to a lot of things.) I am, after all, only lightly educated in music

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Oscar Pistorius’ Carbon Footprint

Oscar Pistorius’ Carbon Footprint

Dan Murphy April 3, 2012 2

  When Oscar Pistorius runs, his well-toned arms and legs pump in synchronicity like a finely tuned sprinting machine. His body remains upright, and there’s very little wasted motion when he flies down the

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Grace and elegance never went away, it simply stayed below the radar

Grace and elegance never went away, it simply stayed below the radar

Melissa Hellstern March 28, 2012 2

The word elegant illuminates everything from fashion to mathematics, architecture to handwriting. Yet few are able to define it completely. Audrey Hepburn enchanted with a European grace and inspired warmth. Grace Kelly captivated as

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The Interview: Doyle McCullar

The Interview: Doyle McCullar

Great Design March 19, 2012 2

Doyle McCullar is the principal designer and owner of Doyle McCullar Fine Interiors, an award winning design firm with Offices in San Francisco and Chicago. His work has been featured on national television and

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Meryl Streep…More Than a Mimic?

Meryl Streep…More Than a Mimic?

Emily S. Finn February 19, 2012 0

The year is 1947; the place, Brooklyn. The blonde glides through English words in her characteristic Slavic lilt, saying dat for that and skeert for skirt. She pushes vowels out through her nose, and

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Great Quote: Stephen Sondheim

Great Quote: Stephen Sondheim

Great Design February 18, 2012 2

“Irony is a form of subtext” comes from Stephen Sondheim, the American composer and lyricist for stage and film. The quote is from his from his book, “Look, I Made a Hat: Collected Lyrics

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