From Clocks

Vows: Writers for ‘30 Rock’ and ‘The Mindy Project’ Have Lots of Plot Twists

June 10, 2016 By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM When a witty young woman named Tracey Wigfield joined the writing staff of “The Mindy Project” in early 2013, Adam Countee was dumbstruck. “I don’t want anything to appear treacly in print, but I honestly fell in love with her the day I met her,” he said. That …

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Tiny Home Test Drive

By PENELOPE GREEN June 10, 2016 Last week, the first tenants moved into the city’s first micro apartment development on East 27th Street. I did, too, for one night. Tucked into a New York City Housing Authority site, on a spot between First and Second Avenues that was once a parking lot, and flanked by linden and …

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Couple’s Love Story Draws a Famous Romantic: Taylor Swift

By KATIE ROGERS June 9, 2016 It was the stuff of a great pop song: On a sunny Saturday afternoon earlier this month, Taylor Swift, one of music’s biggest stars and a notorious romantic, joined an unsuspecting couple’s wedding in Long Beach Island, N.J. “I apologize for wedding crashing,” Ms. Swift said to the couple, Max Singer …

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On the Runway: 5 to Watch at London Collections: Men

June 9, 2016 On the Runway By ELIZABETH PATON Now in its fourth year, London Collections Men, the curtain raiser for the men’s wear catwalk season, has fast defined itself as the home of the individual. As such, it exerts a gravitational pull on established brands from across the globe looking to underscore their point …

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Scouting Report: Kendall & Kylie Selfie-Ready Swimsuits at Topshop

Scouting Report By ALISON S. COHN June 8, 2016 Openings and Events On Thursday, the Anglo-Swedish watch brand Larsson & Jennings will open a New York store. Pop into the West Village space to check out an array of minimalist timepieces, including a new Norse style with angular casing ($420), displayed on a cantilevered watch bar running the …

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Scene City: Meryl Streep’s Newest Role: Donald Trump (but Just for One Night)

June 7, 2016 Scene City By JACOB BERNSTEIN This Sunday, the Tony Awards will honor the best of Broadway and likely deliver many of the biggest prizes to “Hamilton,” the Public Theater’s biggest hit since “A Chorus Line” had its debut in 1975. So when the nonprofit theater had its annual gala Monday night in …

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First Person: Hillary Clinton’s Moment, and My Own

First Person By DOMINIQUE BROWNING June 8, 2016 She got me at the introductory video, before she ever set foot on stage. All those women, generations of us, races of us, ages of us; all those marches, and rallies, and speeches, and demonstrations. All that work, that hard, hard work, filled with fury and frustration, over all …

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Unbuttoned: Can America Build Its Own LVMH?

June 8, 2016 Unbuttoned By VANESSA FRIEDMAN On the second floor of a classic cast-iron building in SoHo, just above the madding crowd, there is an airy loft, all cool cream tones and Pierre Paulin chairs, oversize art books and Henri Cartier-Bresson prints. Plus, along one wall is a rail of discreet white and black …

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It’s a Wedding Toast. What Could Go Wrong?

By BROOKE LEA FOSTER June 7, 2016 Click here for tips on how to avoid a wedding toast disaster. Eric Winikoff was pacing in a park near the White House talking to himself. His childhood best friend was getting married that afternoon at the St. Regis Hotel in Washington, and as the best man, Mr. Winikoff, a partner …

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