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An illustration of a man in coattails and a top hat by Marc Luc in 1923
From the Archives

Glorifying the Gigolo

In the 1920s, Americans didn’t know what the term gigolo meant. The Marquis de La Falaise set out to change that.

One of NYC's toniest buildings, 740 Park Avenue.
Apartment Living

Holy Smoke!

The Devil’s Lettuce has come to Park Avenue. More pungent than cigarettes, pot smoke is now the subject of co-op board meetings. But what can really be done about it?

Robot Heart at Central Park
Rave On

Burning Man Has Left the Playa

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?

The New Nostalgia

Music for a grown up’s ears

The Martignetti brothers’ new piano bar brings ‘nightlife for adults’ back to the Upper East Side. No reservations required.

Claridge's Bitter Reviver
Cocktails

Mist & Chill

Claridge’s head bartender shares the secrets to a perfect cocktail in the iconic hotel’s new book.

1920s French couple embracing. Could she be his mistress?
After Hours

A LOOK BACK: SECRETS OF A MISTRESS

When it comes to being the “other woman”, has anything really changed since the 1920s?

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