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This ranch-style home in Ojai, California mixes frontier charm with contemporary design. Douglas Elliman Aside from the boutique hotels and hip art galleries, Ojai, California is virtually Los Angeles’ frontier—chock-full of ranches, horse trails, and arresting heroes ready to claim their stake in town. For its 7,500-plus residents, life here represents a change of pace, a
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Plastic palm trees and doo-wop styling create the character of the Starlux Hotel Morey Family Archives If you love graphic turquoise wallpaper, kidney-shaped coffee tables, lava lamps and plastic palm trees, then you must spend at least one night at the Starlux. Part of the Morey’s Piers complex, which is celebrating its 50thanniversary, the boutique
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Brownstones in Manhattan’s West Village. Getty When you think of a star-studded neighborhood, the quiet, low-rise neighborhood of the West Village is not what may come to mind. The quaint neighborhood on the Hudson River in lower Manhattan, however, is chock-full of A-listers who enjoy both anonymity and luxury in its maze of streets. Though
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The museum looked like a colossal golden jelly bean. The adjacent library was designed to look, literally, like a row of books on a shelf. Across the street was an opera house that appeared to have been modeled off of some kind of ancient Silk Road fortress. These magnificent buildings were all aligned along a
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Ken SalazThe Eternal Now, Saint Mary’s LakeOil on canvas 30 inches by 40 inches Rehs Contemporary The setting sun’s multi-faceted reflection on the water draws the viewer into the sweeping landscape of The Eternal Now, Saint Mary’s Lake, as if s/he were wandering toward the mountains, peering into the sky, and soaking in an awe-inspiring moment in
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Installation View: Artistic License: Six Takes on the Guggenheim Collection, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, May 24, 2019– January 12, 2020. Photo: David Heald. © Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation Slowly approaching ramp six on the rotunda of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s Frank Lloyd Wright Building, Lee Bontecou’s Untitled (1966)
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Norman LewisEbb Tide, 1975oil on canvas47 3/4″ x 80 1/8″signed Michael Rosenfeld Gallery A serene cloud of dazzling bold blue and purple hoovers over a chain of linked circles, the velvety oil on canvas Ebb Tide (1975) is inspired by Norman Lewis’ visit to Greece, where he became enchanted while viewing the ocean and mountains
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“Real Housewives of New York” star Barbara Kavovit is the founder and CEO of Evergreen Construction. Yumi Matsuo Barbara Kavovit is busy. She’s starring on the new season of the “Real Housewives of New York” and has a novel coming out, while also running her business, Evergreen Construction. Being the founder of a construction company
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