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Writers Studio By Cooper Joseph Studio

Writers Studio By Cooper Joseph Studio

Great Design August 31, 2012 0

Cooper Joseph Studio, Writer’s Studio in Ghent, New York The writer’s studio is a place for one person to work, read and listen to music. Open vistas to a pond and fields are to

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Color Me Happy at Holi

Color Me Happy at Holi

Jenni Jane Hellstern June 21, 2012 6

People often ask me what my favorite place in the world is, and having been to 24 countries in the last 17 months alone, that’s a big inquiry.  I often respond by telling them

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A Tranquil Oasis in Midtown Manhattan

A Tranquil Oasis in Midtown Manhattan

Great Design June 1, 2012 3

Great Design is what makes our world unique, with architecture and interior design at the forefront. Every building, every structure, every dwelling has a personality, a history and a flavor worth celebrating. Sutton Place

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Grow Young at Toy Tokyo

Grow Young at Toy Tokyo

D Callahan May 16, 2012 0

Hidden amongst the tourist trap accessory shops, the surprisingly still erect STOMP theatre, and countless ramen restaurants of the St. Mark’s Place area of Manhattan’s Lower East Side is an adult toy store called Toy

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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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Sack Your Bag at Unpackaged

Sack Your Bag at Unpackaged

Jenni Jane Hellstern April 18, 2012 2

I’m sitting in a cyber cafe in Pune, India. My two friends and I are probably the only non-Indian people in town. Pune is a world all of its own, where doing it the

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Mix It Up: The Manhattan Project

Mix It Up: The Manhattan Project

Melissa Hellstern February 20, 2012 2

Dale Degroff, called the grandfather of the cocktail revolution, says the cocktail is America’s first culinary art form: “We took the European traditions of punch and everything, and we extrapolated back into a single glass, a

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