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    High Style: Events for New York Fashion Week 2015

    By Troy Segal

    Though NYC is always a byword for Style Central, our town will be especially sartorially sensitive—and full of modish events—for New York Fashion Week 2015 (February 12–19). Of course, nothing beats a front-row seat at Ralph Lauren’s runway show (don’t worry, your invitation is bound to arrive any day now), but we trust you’ll find these upcoming talks, tours and activities equally to die for. Read more »
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    Black Is Beautiful: Ways to Celebrate Black History Month in NYC

    By Troy Segal

    It was nearly 40 years ago that the U.S. designated February Black History Month. Here are our picks for ways to celebrate: especially intriguing talks, tours, programs and performances in the next four weeks—and a bit into March as well. Because the African-American legacy is too small to be contained in one month. Read more »
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    New York Thought: Smart Things to Do in NYC This Weekend

    Beyond the Super Bowl, there are plenty of smart things to do in NYC this weekend. Our favorite seven events follow, complete with social justice discussions, screenings and intriguing nighttime events at the Met and PS1. Read more »
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    The February Calendar: Events for Each Day This Month

    By Troy Segal

    Just because it’s the shortest month of the year, don’t think there aren't a lot of things to do in New York City in February. Complement your calendar with this cornucopia of offerings—a guide to the city's top talks, tours, performances and screenings. Read more »
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    War and Remembrance: Upcoming Talks and Tributes in NYC

    By Troy Segal

    Sometimes it seems the world today is perpetually in conflict, but it was ever thus. Just witness these upcoming NYC events and talks on the theme of war. As the philosopher said, those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. Read more »

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Toni Morrison

An exclusive New York appearance by Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison, who will read from and discuss her new novel God Help the Child, a searing tale about the way childhood trauma shapes and misshapes the life of the adult.

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