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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
The Producers
Bright lights and Broadway marquees pervade the dreams of many aspiring artists. For producers Neal Rubinstein and Tom Kirdahy, a love for the theater eventually led to careers that put their names above some of the biggest shows on those marquees. Currently represented by On the Town and It’s Only a Play, respectively, they recently reflected on their unique paths from Long Island to the Great White Way. Read Full Article
Fight Songs
Live music is on life support as licensing battles rage Read Full Article
Luxe List 2015
Our annual list of luxurious gifts is more about good taste than expensive taste. Case in point: A pair of beautifully designed chopsticks that elevate an ordinary plate of sushi. Read Full Article
No Game: Skipping the Super Bowl
Skipping the Super Bowl, America’s foremost secular holiday, allows savvy travelers to save money and avoid crowds Read Full Article
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