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  1. Chandler Burr The Perfect Scent A Year Inside The Perfume Industry In Paris and New York --

    The New York Times perfume critic, yes, you read that right follows the creation of two industry-defining perfumes. While Burr (The Emperor of Scent, 2003, etc.) approaches his beat with healthy skepticism, he?s also capable of flowery language, describing a perfume as smelling like early evening on an island where it is always summer.

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  2. Chandler Burr The Perfect Scent A Year Inside The Perfume Industry In Paris and New York - Softcover --

    The New York Times perfume critic, yes, you read that right follows the creation of two industry-defining perfumes. While Burr (The Emperor of Scent, 2003, etc.) approaches his beat with healthy skepticism, he?s also capable of flowery language, describing a perfume as smelling like early evening on an island where it is always summer.

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  3. New York Must Sees - Book Free Shipping

    The newly updated Must Sees New York City presents the best of the Big Apple and beyond for a 24 hour visit, a weekend or longer. Stroll through neighborhoods, choose from dozens of world-class museums, visit iconic landmarks, or take in a Broadway show. Go shopping, walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and ride a skyscraper's elevator to the top. This pocket-size guide helps you do it all with its detailed maps, recommended restaurants and hotels, and Must Sees star-rating system.

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  4. Page One: Inside the New York Times - Video Free Shipping

    With the Internet surpassing print as our main news source and newspapers going bankrupt PAGE ONE chronicles this transformation through the eyes of several of its brightest journalists. From new media upstart Brian Stelter to old-school reporter David Carr who is as inspiring as he is entertaining. As journalistic integrity is compromised by the immediacy of new media one question remains: can the New York Times survive

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  5. Insider Brooklyn - A Curated Guide to New York City's Most Stylish Borough

    A trend and shopping expert and fourth-generation New Yorker’s chic, full-color guide to the best boutiques, shopping routes, restaurants, cafes, and bars in New York City’s “It” borough, highlighting more than 200 favorite destinations and shops for both style-oriented travelers and New Yorkers alike.The fourth most popular travel destination in the world, New York City draws millions of visitors annually, including more than fifty-four million people in 2014 alone. At the center of this white-hot destination is none other than the borough of Brooklyn-the mecca of twenty-first century cool and style. Now, native New Yorker Rachel Felder, a widely published journalist specializing in fashion, beauty, travel, and trends, has created a portable, beautifully designed, personally curated anthology that brings this fashionable borough into focus as never before, featuring not-to-be-missed highlights and covering everything-from food to furniture to fashion-it has to offer.Rachel takes you into some of the borough’s most diverse and charming neighborhoods, including Brooklyn Heights, Park Slope, Williamsburg, Fort Greene, Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens, Prospect Heights, and DUMBO. She begins with valuable travel advice, including a precisely selected list of hotels, cafes, bars, bakeries, festivals, salons, and markets. She provides a sample itinerary for trip planning, as well as a comprehensive list of Brooklyn’s main attractions-including its major landmarks, parks and gardens, museums and zoos, noteworthy restaurants, bars and breweries, and artisanal food shops. She then takes you into individual neighborhoods, exploring each thoroughly by shop type and goods, providing the complete address, phone number, and website for each.Insider Brooklyn is filled with must-have advice on trendsetting furniture and decor; antiques and vintage; clothing for men, women, and children; jewelry, both affordable and high-end; beauty-makeup, perfume, and salons; health and wellness, inc

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  6. Insider Brooklyn: A Curated Guide To New York City's Most Stylish Borough

    In this chic guide, style and shopping expert Rachel Felder reveals her insider's choice of boutiques, shopping routes, restaurants, cafes, and bars, highlighting more than 200 favorite destinations and shops throughout Brooklyn, New York City's...

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  7. PAGE ONE - INSIDE THE NEW YORK TIMES

    Page One Inside the New York Times DVD from DVDLand. With the Internet surpassing print as our main news source and newspapers going bankrupt PAGE ONE chronicles this transformation through the eyes of several of its brightest journalists. From new media upstart Brian Stelter to old-school reporter David Carr who is as inspiring as he is entertaining. As journalistic integrity is compromised by the immediacy of new media one question remains: can the New York Times survive

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  8. The Perfect Scent Chandler Burr Women -- A Year Inside The Perfume Industry In Paris and New York - Softcover

    The New York Times perfume critic—yes, you read that right—follows the creation of two industry-defining perfumes. While Burr (The Emperor of Scent, 2003, etc.) approaches his beat with healthy skepticism, he’s also capable of flowery language, describing a perfume as smelling like early evening on an island where it is always summer. It’s this mixture of hard-nosed business writing and flights of olfactory fancy that makes the text improbably exhilarating. Split between the twin capitals of fashion, and therefore of the perfume industry, Burr’s account tracks the development of two new scents, each a high-stakes crapshoot. The New York fragrance was celebrity-driven. To create Sarah Jessica Parker Lovely, the actress spent an impressive amount of time with beauty-product manufacturer Coty’s corporate perfumers trying to create a scent that would not only capture her essence (don’t laugh: they actually seem to have done it) but would survive in an increasingly volatile $31-billion market. Un Jardin sur le Nil, the more traditionally designed Parisian fragrance, was revolutionary in its own way. Seeking a higher profile in the lucrative perfume market, Hermès hired Jean-Claude Ellena, one of the professional ghosts who actually make the scents sold under designers’ names, to be its first-ever in-house perfumer. The astoundingly complex struggle to define and refine Nil, first reported by Burr in a 2005 New Yorker article, centered on an ephemeral conceit of green mangoes on the Nile. Lovely comes across here as a far more personal scent, though that might be a subjective judgment—the author seems a little star-struck by SJP. Nonetheless, Burr sharply evokes the intoxicating, often infuriating mix of precise science and artistic vision necessary to create a perfume, aided by his impressively calibrated BS detector and ability to unearth the industry’s many dirty little secrets. An unusually grounded depiction of a business built largely on artifice.

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  9. The Perfect Scent Chandler Burr Women -- A Year Inside The Perfume Industry In Paris and New York

    The New York Times perfume critic—yes, you read that right—follows the creation of two industry-defining perfumes. While Burr (The Emperor of Scent, 2003, etc.) approaches his beat with healthy skepticism, he’s also capable of flowery language, describing a perfume as smelling like early evening on an island where it is always summer. It’s this mixture of hard-nosed business writing and flights of olfactory fancy that makes the text improbably exhilarating. Split between the twin capitals of fashion, and therefore of the perfume industry, Burr’s account tracks the development of two new scents, each a high-stakes crapshoot. The New York fragrance was celebrity-driven. To create Sarah Jessica Parker Lovely, the actress spent an impressive amount of time with beauty-product manufacturer Coty’s corporate perfumers trying to create a scent that would not only capture her essence (don’t laugh: they actually seem to have done it) but would survive in an increasingly volatile $31-billion market. Un Jardin sur le Nil, the more traditionally designed Parisian fragrance, was revolutionary in its own way. Seeking a higher profile in the lucrative perfume market, Hermès hired Jean-Claude Ellena, one of the professional ghosts who actually make the scents sold under designers’ names, to be its first-ever in-house perfumer. The astoundingly complex struggle to define and refine Nil, first reported by Burr in a 2005 New Yorker article, centered on an ephemeral conceit of green mangoes on the Nile. Lovely comes across here as a far more personal scent, though that might be a subjective judgment—the author seems a little star-struck by SJP. Nonetheless, Burr sharply evokes the intoxicating, often infuriating mix of precise science and artistic vision necessary to create a perfume, aided by his impressively calibrated BS detector and ability to unearth the industry’s many dirty little secrets. An unusually grounded depiction of a business built largely on artifice.

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  10. The Perfect Scent By Chandler Burr -- A Year Inside The Perfume Industry In Paris And New York For Women

    The New York Times perfume critic, yes, you read that right follows the creation of two industry-defining perfumes. While Burr (The Emperor of Scent, 2003, etc.) approaches his beat with healthy skepticism, he�s also capable of flowery language, describing a perfume as smelling like early evening on an island where it is always summer. It�s this mixture of hard-nosed business writing and flights of olfactory fancy that makes the text improbably exhilarating. Split between the twin capitals of fashion, and therefore of the perfume industry, Burr�s account tracks the development of two new scents, each a high-stakes crapshoot. The New York fragrance was celebrity-driven. To create Sarah Jessica Parker Lovely, the actress spent an impressive amount of time with beauty-product manufacturer Coty�s corporate perfumers trying to create a scent that would not only capture her essence (don�t laugh: they actually seem to have done it) but would survive in an increasingly volatile $31-billion market. Un Jardin sur le Nil, the more traditionally designed Parisian fragrance, was revolutionary in its own way. Seeking a higher profile in the lucrative perfume market, Hermes hired Jean-Claude Ellena, one of the professional ghosts who actually make the scents sold under designers' names, to be its first ever in-house perfumer. The astoundingly complex struggle to define and refine Nil, first reported by Burr in a 2005 New Yorker article, centered on an ephemeral conceit of green mangoes on the Nile. Lovely comes across here as a far more personal scent, though that might be a subjective judgment�the author seems a little star-struck by SJP. Nonetheless, Burr sharply evokes the intoxicating, often infuriating mix of precise science and artistic vision necessary to create a perfume, aided by his impressively calibrated BS detector and ability to unearth the industry's many dirty little secrets. An unusually grounded depiction of a business built largely on artifice.

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  11. The Westies: Inside New York's Irish Mob - Book Free Shipping

    Even among the Mob, the Westies were feared. Starting with a partnership between two sadistic thugs, Jimmy Coonan and Mickey Featherstone, the gang rose out of the inferno of Hell's Kitchen, a decaying tenderloin slice of New York City's West Side. They became the most notorious gang in the history of organized crime, excelling in extortion, numbers running, loan sharking, and drug peddling. Upping the ante on depravity, their specialty was execution by dismemberment. Though never numbering more than a dozen members, their reign lasted for almost twenty years—until their own violent natures got the best of them, precipitating a downfall that would become as infamous as their notorious ascension into the annals of crime.

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  12. Blood & Volume: Inside New York S Israeli Mafia - Book Free Shipping

    In the 1980s a group of Israelis set up one of the most lucrative crime syndicates in New York City's history. The gang's rackets ranged from drug dealing to contract killing and were dubbed the 'Israeli Mafia' by the tabloids. They butted heads with the Italian Mafia, killed Russian gangsters and pulled off the biggest gold heist in the history of NYC's Diamond District. Blood & Volume doesn't glorify the gangsters or the criminal life; it reveals the workings of one of the most successful Israeli gangs ever to operate on American soil.

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  13. All the Art That's Fit to Print (and Some That Wasn't): Inside the New York Times Op-Ed Page - Book Free Shipping

    "All the Art That's Fit to Print" reveals the true story of the world's first Op-Ed page, a public platform that—in 1970—prefigured the Internet blogosphere. Not only did the "New York Times"'s nonstaff bylines shatter tradition, but the pictures were revolutionary. Unlike anything ever seen in a newspaper, Op-Ed art became a globally influential idiom that reached beyond narrative for metaphor and changed illustration's very purpose and potential.Jerelle Kraus, whose thirteen-year tenure as Op-Ed art director far exceeds that of any other art director or editor, unveils a riveting account of working at the "Times." Her insider anecdotes include the reasons why artist Saul Steinberg hated the "Times," why editor Howell Raines stopped the presses to kill a feature by "Doonesbury"'s Garry Trudeau, and why reporter Syd Schanburg—whose story was told in the movie "The Killing Fields"—stated that he would travel anywhere to see Kissinger hanged, as well as Kraus's tale of surviving two and a half hours alone with the dethroned peerless outlaw, Richard Nixon."All the Art" features a satiric portrayal of John McCain, a classic cartoon of Barack Obama by Jules Feiffer, and a drawing of Hillary Clinton and Obama by Barry Blitt. But when Frank Rich wrote a column discussing Hillary Clinton exclusively, the "Times" refused to allow Blitt to portray her. Nearly any notion is palatable in prose, yet editors perceive pictures as a far greater threat. Confucius underestimated the number of words an image is worth; the thousand-fold power of a picture is also its curse.Op-Ed's subject is the world, and its illustrations are created by the world's finest graphic artists. The 142 artists whose work appears in this book hail from thi

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  14. The Perfect Scent: A Year Inside the Perfume Industry in Paris and New York - Book Free Shipping

    "The Perfect Scent "is the thrilling inside story of the global perfume industry, told through two creators working on two very different scents. The first is commissioned by the French luxury brand Hermés, and developed by a perfumer named Jean-Claude Ellena, who begins his search for the scent on the banks of the Nile. The second is a celebrity fragrance, developed in New York by movie star Sarah Jessica Parker and a team of perfumers from a global conglomerate. Chalder Burr, the "New York Times"'s perfume critic, spent a year behind the scenes watching both creators at work. His thrilling narrative follows each scent from the initial concept to the worldwide launch. "The Perfect Scent" is the story of two daring creators, two very different scents, and a billion-dollar industry that runs on the invisible magic of perfume.

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  15. Fashion Insiders' Guide: New York - Book Free Shipping

    A former Parisian living in New York, French Vogue correspondent Carole Sabas was often approached by visiting friends and colleagues looking for recommendations on where to get a good blow dry, a quick eyebrow shaping, or a great place to meet friends for drinks after a long day at a fashion show. So many people asked, in fact, that she produced a small guide that she gave out for free and which was filled with all sorts of useful advice. Sabas has now expanded this guide to include sections titled "Eating and Drinking," "Beauty," "Health," "Fashion and Decoration," "Shopping," "Art" and an eclectic selection of odds and ends called "Might Be Useful One Day." Each entry is written with a light touch and in a friendly tone, and includes a description with hints about when to go, who to ask for and what to order, as well as location and contact information. The inclusion of local fashion celebrities' favourite places to frequent leaves the reader confidently in-the-know.

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  16. New York: The Movie Lover's Guide: The Ultimate Insider Tour of Movie New York - Book Free Shipping

    The classic guide to who-did-what-where in New York, on- and off-screen, including:Classic film and TV locations: Marilyn Monroe’s infamous "Seven Year Itch" subway grating . . . the deli where Meg Ryan famously faked an orgasm in "When Harry Met Sally" . . . the diner where Courteney Cox (in "Friends") and Kirsten Dunst (in "Spider-Man") waitressed . . . "Men in Black"’s Manhattan headquarters . . . "The Godfather" mansion on Staten Island…the Greenwich Village apartment where Jack Nicholson terrorized Greg Kinnear in "As Good as It Gets" . . . "Ghostbusters"’ Tribeca firehouse . . . Michael Douglas and Gwyneth Paltrow’s "A Perfect Murder "palazzo . . . the landmark West Side building that housed Tom Cruise in "Vanilla Sky" and Mia Farrow in "Rosemary’s Baby" . . . the Greenwich Village apartment of "Friends" . . . "Will & Grace"’s Upper West Side building . . . The "All in the Family" block in Queens . . . "The Sopranos"’ New Jersey mansion (and the real Bada Bing club) . . . Seinfeld’s favorite diner . . . "Sex and the City’s" sexiest haunts . . . and many more . . . " "Stars’ childhood homes: Lena Horne’s Bedford-Stuyvesant townhouse . . . Frank Sinatra’s Hoboken row house . . . Barbra Streisand’s Flatbush housing project . . . J.Lo’s Bronx block . . . Humphrey Bogart’s Upper West Side tenement . . . the Marx Brothers’ Upper East Side brownstone . . .Apartments and townhouses of the silver screen’s grea

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  17. Inside the Apple: A Streetwise History of New York City - Book Free Shipping

    How much do you actually know about New York City? Did you know they tried to anchor Zeppelins at the top of the Empire State Building? Or that the high-rent district of Park Avenue was once so dangerous it was called "Death Avenue"? Lively and comprehensive, "Inside the Apple" brings to life New York's fascinating past.This narrative history of New York City is the first to offer practical walking tour know-how. Fast-paced but thorough, its bite-size chapters each focus on an event, person, or place of historical significance. Rich in anecdotes and illustrations, it whisks readers from colonial New Amsterdam through Manhattan's past, right up to post-9/11 New York. The book also works as a historical walking-tour guide, with 14 self-guided tours, maps, and step-by-step directions. Easy to carry with you as you explore the city, "Inside the Apple" allows you to visit the site of every story it tells. This energetic, wide-ranging, and often humorous book covers New York's most important historical moments, but is always anchored in the city of today.

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  18. Insider Brooklyn : a Curated Guide to New York City's Most Stylish Borough - Book Free Shipping

    A trend and shopping expert and fourth-generation New Yorker's chic, full-color guide to the best boutiques, shopping routes, restaurants, cafes, and bars in New York City's "It" borough, highlighting more than 200 favorite destinations and shops for both style-oriented travelers and New Yorkers alike.The fourth most popular travel destination in the world, New York City draws millions of visitors annually, including more than fifty-four million people in 2014 alone. At the center of this white-hot destination is none other than the borough of Brooklyn-the mecca of twenty-first century cool and style. Now, native New Yorker Rachel Felder, a widely published journalist specializing in fashion, beauty, travel, and trends, has created a portable, beautifully designed, personally curated anthology that brings this fashionable borough into focus as never before, featuring not-to-be-missed highlights and covering everything-from food to furniture to fashion-it has to offer.Rachel takes you into some of the borough's most diverse and charming neighborhoods, including Brooklyn Heights, Park Slope, Williamsburg, Fort Greene, Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens, Prospect Heights, and DUMBO. She begins with valuable travel advice, including a precisely selected list of hotels, cafes, bars, bakeries, festivals, salons, and markets. She provides a sample itinerary for trip planning, as well as a comprehensive list of Brooklyn's main attractions-including its major landmarks, parks and gardens, museums and zoos, noteworthy restaurants, bars and breweries, and artisanal food shops. She then takes you into individual neighborhoods, exploring each thoroughly by shop type and goods, providing the complete address, phone number, and website for each.Insider Brooklyn is filled with must-have advice on trendsetting furniture and decor; antiques and vintage; clothing for men, women, and children; jewelry, both affordable and high-end; beauty-makeup, perfume, and sa

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  19. Bond No 9 New York Oud 50ml EDP Women's Perfume

    Bond No 9 New York Oud is a rosy fruity fragrance for modern ladies. Newly launched in 2011. The fragrance combines… more info

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  20. Brooks Brothers New York Ladies 100ml EDP Women's Perfume

    Brooks Brothers presented a perfume pair for men and women New York for Gentlemen and New York for Ladies in 2008. The… more info

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