Art Doctor
Virtually every professional sector has some form of conservationist. It’s usually an individual with a heightened passion for the topic, an acute intuition for the ideal and of course, encyclopedic knowledge of the subject. In the esoteric world of fine art, a seasoned curator or art historian can provide important pre-purchase counsel, but a conservator is the one who’s called when a precious masterpiece is in need of care. Or worse, when there’s reason to believe a Monet is a fake. Read Full Article
2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II
There is the Rolls that you ride in and then there’s the Ghost—the one you drive. The Spirit of Ecstasy takes her position on the carmaker’s latest model. Read Full Article
Shift Shape
Wintry garments layered in texture are the unification of form and function. Read Full Article
Long Island’s Top Legal Eagles 2014
Our annual segment on the region’s top attorneys returns, along with our companion piece of the Top Ten as voted by their peers. Sooner or later you’ll have to call one, this is your go-to for those recognized for their achievements. Read Full Article
At this point, everyone between the ages of eight and eighty seems to have a cell phone. The upside is, this has brought the technology to a point of ubiquity. The downside is, it has also brought people’s bad habits to ubiquity. Read Full Article
Though some remember to thank active duty service members when we see them, this is my past-due Valentine to the men and women (and their families) who sacrifice everything for America and her citizens. Read Full Article
High Weekends in the Hamptons 2014
Elisa DiStefano, entertainment reporter for News12 Long Island, gives us the inside scoop on the hottest weekends to see stars, stripes and more stars in the Hamptons. Read Full Article
Maps to the Stars
David Cronenberg’s latest is a dark Hollywood satire starring Julianne Moore, John Cusack, Olivia Williams and Robert Pattinson. But is this journey into the petty envies of damaged individuals worth taking? Read Full Article
The Best Week
February, however short, is a cold month bent on keeping us indoors. We thumb our noses at that— there’s still plenty to do. Whether venturing out or staying cozy at home, following these ideas from the pages of Pulse will lead to having The Best Week. Read Full Article
Peaks Plus
Winter is here and you want to know where to point your skis. Contributor Peter Bronski rounds up a collection of Northeast mountains where great skiing and boarding are just the beginning of the adventure. Read Full Article
Long Island’s INSIDER
Diane McInerney can be seen on millions of televisions every week, but each night she returns home to Long Island. Read Full Article
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