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The Fixers

Who says you have to decorate your own Christmas tree? A new class of specialists is ready to tackle every task—big, small, and unheard of.

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Noël Coward Returns

The acclaimed London revival of Private Lives, starring Alan Rickman and Lindsay Duncan, has now come to Broadway. Funny how potent chic drama...

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The Rehearsal

This June, the London Symphony Orchestra—better known as the LSO—celebrates its centenary at home at the Barbican.

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Taking Root

The grandson of one of Italy's most lauded winemakers strikes out on his own—and winds up halfway around the world. DANIELLE PERGAMENT reports...

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High Drama

Sir Peter Hall travels to the American West to embark on his biggest undertaking—a ten-hour epic on the Trojan War.

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Arts and the Man

Philippe de Montebello has ruled over the world's greatest treasury of visual culture for 24 years without compromising his standards or his...

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A Writer's Life

Penelope Fitzgerald didn't start writing until the age of 60, and over the next 20 years she would establish herself as a literary force. Jo...

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Planet Newson

At 41 Marc Newson is the newest member of an exclusive club of tastemaking designers who reshape our world one item at a time.

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Ancient Wisdom

Designer Patrick Naggar's forte is melding allusions as diverse as Pharaonic Egypt and Classical Greece in a thoroughly contemporary way

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Playing the Diva

Faye Dunaway turns out to be as capricious in person as she was onstage in Los Angeles recently playing Maria Callas.