The Art of Slow Cooking

By Hillary Latos While most Americans cannot distinguish between the different regional nuances in Indian cuisine, Awadhi cuisine represents the Uttar Pradesh and is influenced by Mughal slow cooking techniques with rich and full bodied dishes stemming from the Nawabi region. As a celebrated chef of Indian cuisine, chef and restaurateur Anand started with the…

Dining Extra Fancy

By Peizhao Sun Williamsburg has witnessed many changes. The artsy crowd’s arrival and their eventual Bushwick-bound journey, along with new, shinny condo-developments in the neighborhood, breathed life into the hipster-mecca and shaped it into what it is today — a mixture of the high and the low. What comes with the mixing of both cultures…

Form & Function

By Kate Bidinger We often have to make sacrifices when it comes to city living: bodega over Whole Foods madness, flats over fabulous heels (or rather, a larger purse to fit the heels), coffee cart over Starbucks line. Yes, life is tough, but when it comes to your home it doesn’t have to be. Here’s…

Big Apple Buzz

On Time Style Icon David Beckham made time in his New York Fashion Week schedule for a special fete at Breitling’s flagship boutique in his honor. Beckham joined special guests for an exceptional evening, which included perusing exclusive pieces from both the Breitling for Bentley and Breitling collections as well as exploring Breitling’s Impressive flagship…

Pazzo Di Coco Pazzo

By W. A. Muller Jack Weiss opened Coco Pazzo in 1992 which has since established itself as a classy and sophisticated Italian restaurant in Chicago. The beautiful loft setting is the perfect environment for friends or business associates and the impeccable seasonal menu has earned notoriety from the Italian government and Chicago critics alike. Coco…

PARTY CIRCUIT: Scenes from New York

By Clara Morgan Derek Blasberg, Kate & Laura Mulleavy host the NYC Premiere of “THE TWO FACES OF JANUARY”. Glenn Close, Kevin Kline, Israel Horovitz, Meryl StreepNew York Premiere Arrivals for “My Old Lady” Margo Langenberg, Jean Shafiroff, Fe Fendi. Jean Shafiroff Hosts a Luncheon for The New York Women’s Foundation at Le Cirque. Resident…

Awards Watch

By Stephen Stuart The fall film festival circuit begins with the 39th annual Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) this September 4, 2014 – September 14, 2014, offering a first indication of the upcoming awards season’s major contenders. From period dramas to biopics, sci-fi flicks and dark comedies, if buzz is any indication, these films should top…