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    Table for Three: Misty Copeland and Sally Field on the Social Significance of Their Success
    The two women talk about overcoming barriers in their careers, fighting for better roles and how it is important for artists to be politically active.

    Cultural Studies: Cash Is King No More
    When there are so many forms of money that, simply through use, earn us more money, paying cash seems like a sucker’s deal.

    Forget Netflix and Chill. Try Pure Flix and Pray.
    A faith-based entertainment company is making a bid for the mainstream with movies like “The Case For Christ” and binge-able television and web series.

    Night Out: Bette Midler, Michael Kors and Lucas Hedges Celebrate After ‘Hello, Dolly!’ Opening
    New York’s celebrity elite feted Ms. Midler’s return to Broadway as Dolly Levi.

    Modern Love: To Stay Married, Embrace Change
    It’s unrealistic to expect your spouse to forever remain the same person you fell in love with.

    Encounters: Maurizio Cattelan, Naughty as Ever, Plays Games and Tours the Whitney
    An impish prince of the art world, whose subjects have included the model Stephanie Seymour and Hitler, takes our reporter on a caper through Chelsea.

    Unbuttoned: The New Meaning of Fast Fashion
    How quickly do you really need that Gucci handbag? Sometimes it’s O.K. to have to wait for what you want.

    Vows: Still in Love With Comic Books, and Now With Her, Too
    A comic-book illustrator and a lawyer connect, decades after meeting as 11-year-olds in a New Rochelle day camp.

    Noted: Writing Your Senator? New Stationery Adds Flair to the Message
    Express support or opposition on cards bearing symbols of female empowerment, the American flag or Lady Liberty.

    Party Coverage: Scene City: Springtime Glitter
    Parties were held recently for the Tribeca Film Festival, the Youth America Grand Prix and the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House.

    Party Coverage: Scene City: Spring Glitter
    Parties were held last week for the Tribeca Film Festival, the Youth America Grand Prix and the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House.

    A Hollywood Party at a Picasso Brownstone
    In Gramercy Park in Manhattan, a house full of Oscar and Emmy winners, including Robert De Niro, Jessica Lange, Julianne Moore and Ryan Murphy.

    A Hollywood Party in a Picasso House
    The dinner, packed with Oscar and Emmy winners, was sponsored by SAG-Aftra, the union that represents performers in movies, radio and television.

    Social Q’s: Snubbed at His Brother’s Funeral
    Also, the politics of switching airplane seats, how to quit a job with grace, and addressing a bossy hostess.

    Illustrated Interview | Thom Browne
    The designer sketched his answers with a Sakura Pigma Micron pen in his New York office.

    Scouting Report: Pop-Ups and Shopping Events Galore. And It’s Bridal Week.
    Customize your sneakers and your denim, browse vintage Comme des Garçons and Chanel, and more.

    Critical Shopper: Where Well-Made Basics and Good Conscience Come in the Same Bag
    At the Centre Street store, the offerings handsome, ethically produced staples, suitable, perhaps, for a specific sort of 21st-century flâneur.

    When Gigi Fell for Nili, the Quiet Designer Decided to Get Loud
    Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner brought the Israeli designer Nili Lotan a raft of new young fans. Now she has opened a store just for them.

    Modern Love: Modern Love Podcast: Harry Lennix Reads ‘In a Small Bag, She Packed All Our Hopes’
    The actor reads Tim McEown’s essay about what a brush with death during sex teaches him about love and selflessness.

    Disruptions: Netflix Triggers Online Debate With a Show About Teen Suicide, ‘13 Reasons Why’
    Concerned moms are group-texting. Teens are arguing on Twitter and Facebook.

    Party Coverage: Scene City: Sarah Silverman, Mark Ruffalo and Edward Norton at Turtle Ball
    The Turtle Conservancy, started by Eric Goode, held its annual fund-raiser at the Bowery Hotel.

    Browsing: How to Give High Fashion a Whole New Meaning
    As cannabis culture enters the mainstream, fashion, too, is getting trippy. Here, in the spirit of 4/20, some New Age-inflected must-have items.

    Party Coverage: Scene City: ‘So care, all you wildly rich people’
    The Turtle Conservancy, started by Eric Goode, held its annual fund-raiser at the Bowery Hotel.

    On the Runway: Zara Loses Its Skirt Over Pepe the Frog
    The Spanish chain is embroiled in yet another social media crossfire.

    First Comes Tinder. Then Comes Marriage?
    A new study reveals that the app’s users are more likely than offline daters to be looking for committed relationships. And they say “I love you” more often.

    This Doctor Will See You Now (if You’re a Star With a Pimple)
    No nips, no tucks. Just good old-fashioned facial injections and laser treatments at Dr. Peter Kopelson’s highly discreet beauty shop in Beverly Hills.

    Up Next: The Rising Art World Star Behind ‘Black Dada’
    Adam Pendleton’s paintings, which tackle race in America, have been acquired by the Guggenheim and the Tate Modern.

    Elegant Pastel Earrings That Welcome Spring
    In aquamarine, sapphire and peridot, dazzling pieces to dress up the season.

    On the Runway: Dressing the Part: Melania Trump at the White House Easter Egg Roll
    The Hervé Pierre frock was another of Mrs. Trump’s camera-ready choices, just what you imagine a first lady might wear.

    Street Style: Coachella
    Artists and music lovers converge in Indio, Calif., for Coachella, showing off their festival best.

    Noted: Charlamagne Tha God Puts His Straight Talk in a Book
    In “Black Privilege,” the radio and TV host recommends honesty as a form of self-empowerment.

    Coachella 2017: Where Have All the Flower Crowns Gone?
    Scenes from the annual music and arts festival.

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