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When Chip Brown sat down to chat with Bridget Moynahan (p. 70), it wasn’t the first time the two had met. “Months before interviewing Bridget,” he says, “I met her walking her sheepadoodle, Piper, on a Tribeca sidewalk, an encounter facilitated entir
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WE’RE INSPIRED BY: Sheryl Underwood
PAINTERS CALL THE WHITE AREAS OF THE canvas “the negative space.” Designers, on the other hand, create entire works of art out of just the color white—and the effect is striking. A shining example of this is Sheryl Underwood, who beamed in a oneshoul
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Getting His Kicks
BOLLYWOOD, SHMOLLYWOOD. WHEN SURAJ SHARMA WAS A KID in New Delhi, he wasn’t thinking about acting—he was keen on learning karate. Pushed by his mom to take it up at the age of 3 (“I had a lot of energy, so it was a good way to burn it off”), he train