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David Lynch Transcendental Meditation Interview


The Deep Dive

A light conversation with David Lynch on Transcendental Meditation, the unified...

A Classic Martini

Wine and Spirits

A Classic Martini

A drink from New York City’s Bemelmans Bar at the Carlyle Hotel

The Write Stuff


The Write Stuff

A dip into the world of luxurious fountain pens.

British architect Thomas Heatherwick (known for the Olympic cauldron at the 2012 London Games) has an ambitious plan for New York’s Pier 55, and Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenberg are making it happen. The $170 million project, which will appear to float in the Hudson River, is like a water-bound answer to the nearby High Line: a hilly park of almost three acres with trees, lawns, hidden paths, and an amphitheater, all accessible via two walkways. Construction on Pier 55 is to start as early as next year, with Diller and von Furstenberg having pledged $130 million of the cost via their family foundation.


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