With a famous last name and energy in spades, Margaux Hemingway dazzled in Halston.
A look at Oatsie Charles’s charms, as told by her grandson.
Remembering a trip to the White House for the wedding of Tricia Nixon to Edward Cox.
Looking back at actress and fashion icon Ali MacGraw with intrigue and admiration.
A Well-Behaved Woman reframes history’s narrative and gives a new voice to a woman who refused to exist solely as an accessory to a prominent man of society.
A father settles into bed, his children already snug and asleep, dreaming of dancing sugar plums. Just as he and his wife get under the covers, he hears a noise, runs to the window, and opens the shutters. Startle turns to delight when he spots a miniature sleigh led by eight reindeer, its driver a lively, little old man. Surely, he wonders aloud, now convinced he knows the whistling charioteer, “he must be St. Nick.”
The new metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center relocated from the original at Broadway and 39th Street and opened on Friday, September 18, 1966. The excitement was visible as the glamorous audience took their seats for Anthony & Cleopatra, a dazzling production with Leontyne Price and Justino Díaz in the leads.