Cher’s Latest Road Show? The Campaign Trail

Cher’s first brush with politics was an act of teenage civil disobedience. It was right before the election of 1960. And she came home one day horrified to discover that her mother and stepfather had festooned their house in Hollywood with Richard Nixon paraphernalia. Cher purged it all. First she ripped the Nixon yard signs …

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Renovation Restores the Luster to Cartier Flagship

Enlightened urbanism is not the first thing that comes to mind when a prestigious jeweler owned by a multinational luxury goods conglomerate throws open its doors. Yet with the reopening this week of the Cartier flagship on Fifth Avenue, after a renovation of more than two years, it is the city itself that reclaims a …

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Up Next: The Man and Spirit Behind GucciGhost, Gucci’s Renegade Line

Up Next By ANN BINLOT NAME Trevor Andrew AGE 37 HOMETOWN Falmouth, Nova Scotia NOW LIVES In a brownstone in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, with his wife, the musician Santigold; their young son, Radek; and a Great Dane named Beau. CLAIM TO FAME A former Olympic snowboarder and professional rider for Burton, Mr. Andrew is an artist …

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Summer Places: A Popular Vacation Stop? This New Hampshire Liquor Store Beckons

HAMPTON, N.H. — Over Independence Day weekend, a million vehicles cruised the Maine Turnpike, as Interstate 95 is known north of the Piscataqua River. It is impossible to say exactly how many of those cars first stopped at New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlet No. 76, but a bit of regional vernacular — “hella wicked …

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Vows: For the Rock Star, Love Has Finally Landed

Vows By MATTHEW SCHNEIER The rock star and the music lover met at a record store, fell in love and got married. There were only 16 years, a separate marriage, two continents and a slew of text messages in between. Their story began at Earwax Records in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, in 2000, as the neighborhood’s gentrification …

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