• If you’ve been a regular CP reader this past month, you might be a little worried about the staff. First we flipped the bird to the whole holiday season then we got ourselves a five-finger discount at Barney’s. Next we got all misty about religious tolerance only to…well, lose our freakin’ minds. Before you shoot <... >

  • THAT IS THE QUESTION… It’s been a prescient topic of conversation lately. Well, I am… Googlable, that is (puffs with pride). I’ll admit that I revel in seeing, day by day, more and more veins of information connecting, congealing and collating on the web in connection with my name. But what’s the big whoop anyhow? <... >

  • For a holiday with a catch phrase like “ho ho ho,” Christmas can be awfully serious. In some ways, it’s understandable: it’s hard to crack a smile when you’re dropping a month’s rent in one shopping trip. The only cure for the holiday blues is a return to simpler times. All it takes is construction <... >

  • Everything about Bond Street is sexy. To the naked eye, there may be nothing especially extraordinary about the short strip of road from Broadway to Lafayette, but for me, it’s always like a delicious little secret perfect for sharing. If Bond Street is my secret garden in the city, then Bond Street No. 9 is <... >

  • Christmas shopping can make even the most steadfast consumer seek professional help. In this case, a New Yorker’s best option isn’t a shrink and a box of Kleenex (for once), but rather the sound advice of Jose Parron, an “expert in the art of gift selection.” Last night, I joined a crowd of well-coifed shoppers <... >

  • Like the ghost of Christmas pasts, holiday time creeps up on city singles like one long painful flashback. Remember the guy who flirted with that cute model/waiter more than you did? Well I do, and it may have been one of my better dates of the year, second only to the gentleman who served a <... >

  • Now that Thanksgiving has passed, we enter the holiday season at full tilt. Usually, BeautyNews NYC would gladly ring in December with a typical dose of saccharine glee. This year, things are different. We’re sick of department store Santas and marketing ploys, tired of the bodies choking the sidewalks outside Rockefeller Center, and just about <... >

  • The thing about New York is that it can be as ugly or as beautiful as you want it to be. At any given moment, the city may be the most loved and most detested spot on the map all at once. Gary J. Cooper, New York resident and photographer, chooses to see his Gotham <... >

  • New Yorkers have never spent much time in the kitchen, so don’t expect them to start now. If basting a turkey all day isn’t your idea of a good time, then hit up any one of the classy joints that will serve turkey with all the fixins. Here’s the Beauty News run-down of the best <... >

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  • A chance to visit a show devoted to chocolate is like being offered a knighthood or a Nobel Prize: you simply don’t pass up the opportunity. Chocolate has a myriad of uses (think comfort food, molé sauce…it was also used to represent blood in the famous shower scene in Hitchcock’s Psycho!). But let’s face it, <... >

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