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  • Culture

    Flight of the Gargoyles

    How terra-cotta gargoyles severed from the Woolworth Building’s crown 35 years ago inspired our columnist’s acclaimed new novel

  • At Home

    Trophy Mansion

    The Dommerich mansion on “Banker’s Colony” has come to market for a cool $72 million.

  • At Home

    A House Divided

    In 1953, a developer hacked Lagomar into pieces. Now a vibrantly resuscitated section of the Palm Beach house has hit the market for $17 million.

  • At Home

    Shining Up the Silver Dollar

    A long-shuttered landmark in Hamilton Heights enjoys a Harlem renaissance as a stylish new condo.

  • At Home

    It’s Quiet Uptown

    The $4 million tranquility of Harlem’s historic Astor Row

  • At Home

    Where Nixon Mingled with Monet

    Elmer H. Bobst’s Sutton Place South apartment was enlivened by presidential visits, rare artworks and even a jewel heist.

  • At Home

    Terminal Conditions

    Fashionable New Yorkers once flocked to St. John’s Park…until Commodore Vanderbilt clear-cut it for a rail terminal.

  • At Home

    Home Is Where the Art Is

    Fairfield Porter’s Southampton canvases capture a household as creative as it was chaotic.

  • At Home

    Time Tables

    A century and a half of dining in and around New York’s storied railroad stations.

  • At Home

    Audubon’s Final Nesting Place

    Efforts to expand a historic district named for John James Audubon recall the saga of the house where the painter once lived.

  • In The Magazine

    Society Steps Into Spring

    The Sundance Kids Robert Redford founded the Sundance Film Festival in Utah in 1978 to celebrate American-made films. It was named after his character in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, which costarred Paul Newman. Directors Quentin Tarantino, Steven Soderbergh, Darren Aronofsky, Jim Jarmusch and David O. Russell are among those who got their big […]