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  1. Inside the Prop House Where the George Clooney-Julia Roberts Film 'Money Monster' Gets Its Antiques

    9:00 am 4/15/2016

    NYC-based shows and films — from 'Vinyl' to 'The Girl on the Train' — turn to Newel Antiques for just-right period pieces to set the scene.Read more

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  2. N.Y. vs. L.A.: Director Bart Freundlich on Why the Big Apple is Better for Kids (Guest Column)

    7:00 am 4/15/2016

    The helmer — whose 'Wolves' opens at Tribeca Film Festival on April 15 — husband to Julianne Moore and dad discusses the differences between the two cities: "You’re constantly being enriched in New York, and I think in L.A. you have to look for it."Read more

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  3. N.Y. vs. L.A. Home Prices: What $4 Million Gets You in Each City

    6:00 am 4/15/2016

    In New York, Michael  C.  Hall got 1,500  square  feet with two bedrooms and pool access; in L.A. Tony  Shalhoub’s house sits on 15,000  square  feet, with nine rooms, a pool and guest house. Read more

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  4. New York Power Pairing: ICM Partners' 'Binky' Urban and New Yorker Writer Ken Auletta Share a Literary Life

    11:00 am 4/13/2016

    "Now it would probably be a no-no to date someone who basically worked for you," best-selling author Auletta says of his early romance with book agent Urban, his wife of 39 years.Read more

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  5. New York Couple: A ‘Hamilton’ Star and Her Broadway Leading Man (Who’s Also TV’s Mark Fuhrman)

    11:00 am 4/13/2016

    The newly engaged couple, who were set up by Soo's co-star Jonathan Groff just last year, share how they work around busy schedules and what they like to do in their downtime.Read more

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  6. Binky Urban of ICM and Ken Auletta of 'The New Yorker' Share Their Love Story

    10:00 am 4/13/2016

    Literary agent Binky Urban and Ken Auletta of 'The New Yorker' have been together for 45 years.Read more

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  7. What a $10 Million Board Seat at a Top NYC Arts Institution Will Get You

    9:00 am 4/13/2016

    "It brings power, influence, a cachet to your collection," says art advisory firm Guggenheim Asher Associates' Abigail Asher. "It also gives you inside information as to what the curators are doing [with] younger and midcareer artists."Read more

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  8. This Is the TV Show That Most New Yorkers Watch

    8:00 am 4/13/2016

    THR breaks down New Yorkers' favorite scripted shows and how that compares to the rest of America's.Read more

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  9. New Yorkers' 6 Favorite Theaters to See an Indie Film

    7:00 am 4/13/2016

    'Dior and I' was the No. 1 movie at the Film Society of Lincoln Center last year.Read more

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  10. Chefs Michael Voltaggio and Eddie Huang Debate L.A. vs. N.Y. Cuisine: Fine Dining, Fast Food and Customers

    10:00 am 4/12/2016

    The two TV personalities serve up their opinions on sushi ("L.A. is definitely on top"), which city is innovating more ("New York is a meat grinder. People will shit on you") and which dish they can't stand at Manhattan’s most overrated restaurant ("It looks like a large areola. It’s disgusting.")Read more

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