• In the spirit of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it is more than just an honor for us to make mention of the individuals and organizations who participate in the ongoing effort to combat this disease. To them we raise a glass and toast, for without their work and generous spirit, we may never have thought <... >

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  • Do you have a delicate constitution? Are you satisfied by a radicchio leaf and a radish rose? If so, Time Out New York’s 2006 Eat Out extravaganza is not for you. This event brings together 40 of the city’s top restaurants, including Modern, wd-50, and Nobu 57, for less than the price of eating at <... >

  • This week, City Pulse is getting a brow lift, and not in the surgical sense. We’ve got suggestions for some of New York’s best cultural fair that’s bound to expand the mind and cultivate the soul. Get ready to get civilized, y’all. The Masters of American Comics The Jewish Museum located at 92nd Street and <... >

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  • Toasting has always been a particularly painful experience for me. I’m always down for a celebration, but the often lengthy pause between first pour and first sip can range from the humiliating (think drunk wedding party guest) to the trite. We’ve all toasted to love, friendship and that cute guy at the bar. But this <... >

  • Times Square as always been full of loudmouths, but this time they’ve got something different to say. In fact, this time they’re singing. The Metropolitan Opera will broadcast the opening of its 2006 season – its lavish sold out production of Puccini’s Madame Butterfly – to thousands of viewers in Times Square. About 650 seats <... >

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  • Up went the tents in Bryant Park, where models strolled and viewers gawked; For one whole week, we saw Spring trends, sipped champagne, caught up with friends. The buzz began with Fashion Rocks!, with Beyonce and Jamie Foxx, And then the shows began at nine, on Friday (in genuine Fashion time). John Bartlett kicked off <... >

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