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Coffee table books get the moniker due to their hefty size. These books aren't to be browsed through via iPad or Kindle, but are meant to be flipped through slowly, glass of wine in hand, and preferably with a friend by your side. Not just social, but insightful, coffee table books offer everything from Carine Roitfeld's life as a fashion pioneer in Irreverant to Julia Chaplin's Gypset Travel. Keep clicking to see the coffee table books that we can't get enough of. More»
A breezy summer day is ideal for avid readers who love to lounge and immerse themselves in a novel. And with each new summer season comes a fresh slew of captivating books. This year summer bookworms will have many fascinating stories to choose from, five of which we've outlined here. Our list includes up-and-coming authors, as well as established best selling novelists, so sit back, relax, and get excited for another summer of reading. More»
Bethenny Frankel's first novel, Skinnydipping, debuted this month--a steamy, "fictional" account of a young women's quest to succeed in Hollywood. Sound familiar? But it's not the first book by her, or other Real Housewives, for that matter. Our Bravo divas have been dishing us everything from cookbooks to memoirs to guides of etiquette to diet plans, and their fans just can't get enough. So, for your summer reading pleasure, here's some of their best books worth diving into. More»
The second cookbook from Ricky Lauren, author, photographer, artist, and wife of Ralph Lauren, will be released later this month, and it's chock full of the famous family's favorite summertime recipes.
The book, titled The Hamptons, Food, Family, and History, features 130 healthy, fresh, seasonal recipes, broken down into categories by location. In the East Hampton section of the book, for example, are recipes such as mixed berry apple and oat muffins, cold poached salmon, and country chicken chili. Recipes are accompanied by beautiful photographs and sketches, and each of the book's 4 sections (Southampton, Amagansett, East Hampton, and Montauk), are introduced through essays written by the author about the family's connection to that particular town. More»
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.