Scope’s anti-establishment founder has done it his way from the start
A delicious new book of classic signature cocktails is guaranteed to whet your whistle
I own a piece of history. I just didn’t want it to hurt my baby.
The touching love story of King George VI and Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother) and how they rescued the reputation of the British crown
Netflix has tarted up New York’s legendary movie theater, and the cinephiles are happy.
Event planner to the social set Bronson Van Wyck turns his hand to ready-made mixology.
What inspires a NYC writer? Cheap booze, good gossip, sticky floors—and maybe just a bit of gloom.
The fascinating rise and complex legacy of First Lady Edith Wilson.
Growing up as the daughter of a Warhol superstar.
Why flowers are delicious—but lotus eaters give flower gourmands a bad name.
Were they a haven, an escape from male predation, a control of women’s sexuality—or all three?
How dirt under our nails brings joy to our hearts.
Traditionally, bars have been the province of men. Then came Julie Reiner, breaking the cocktail-glass ceiling.
One woman who had enough of a sexless relationship chose a novel way to get her mojo back.
“If you Want to be Happy for the Rest of Your Life…” Jimmy Soul had nothing on Benjamin Franklin…
Wanted: Dead or Alive
Sometimes you want to go where absolutely nobody knows your name.
Tighten, brighten, lift.
Sometimes, alas, an apology is called for. Even among the best people.
Two New York beauty services now make house calls—needles, IV drips, and all.
Acrobatics and gourmet dining enter the big tent.
A bloody good solution to getting that extra bit of oomph.
Inside the Walton family’s new art and music festival drawing the chic-set to the Ozarks.
From elegant charity galas to edgy club parties, Alexandra Lind Rose’s Gala Productions has become the go-to event planner for Manhattan’s elites.
In the 1920s, Americans didn’t know what the term gigolo meant. The Marquis de La Falaise set out to change that.
With a two-day Robot Heart bash in Central Park and a Burning Man art installation at Chatsworth House, will the famously counterculture festival finally go mainstream?
When it comes to being the “other woman”, has anything really changed since the 1920s?