Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

At a Fine Arts Auction House, the Artists (and Buyers) Go to the Dogs

A new York fine arts auction house has found a niche – in the dog house. Doyle’s New York has become known for its Dogs in Art auction, featuring artists who paint, sculpt, etch, cast and otherwise portray canines of all kinds, from cute puppies to seriously-sniffing hunting hounds.

By Craig Thompson
Published: May 22, 2009

Arts & Culture

Julie and Julia: In Retrospect

Food writer Jenni Avins tried to avoid the “Julie & Julia” phenomenon — but finally gave in.

By Tim Harper
Published: May 5, 2009

Arts & Culture, Travel

Here's What's Baking in Hell's Kitchen

For 85 years, the Poseidon Bakery has been a fixture on Ninth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. The Greek pastry shop is a must-visit — and must-taste — for longtime local customers and curious food tourists. Watching the family owners in action is part of the treat.

By Marcella Veneziale
Published: April 21, 2009

Arts & Culture, Profiles

Fashion Photographer Finally Gets the Picture

As a young aspiring photographer, David McIntyre based his work on what he thought was Cartier-Bresson’s artistic approach. Turns out he was wrong. But the misunderstanding led him to create a vision and a style and a career all his own.

By Collin Orcutt
Published: February 22, 2009