Monthly Archives: September 2010

Colin Tennant Is Gone

The man who made Mustique the most glamorous island in the Caribbean is now happily buried in a tiny fishing village in St. Lucia.

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An Afternoon With Karl Lagerfeld

The iconic designer and visionary is honored – and wOw’s Sharon Hoge shares the details of the celebration.

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Fashion for the People … Finally!

[slideshow] Twice a year reporters and buyers crowd into New York for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Reserved for editors, buyers, stylists and people in the business, the flurry of fashion shows, parties and celebrity events focuses on the future season and the public is left out. Not this time, however. While business fashionistas were focused on […]

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Mr. wOw’s Absolutes

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On God, the universe and Stephen Hawking.

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Mr. wOw and the Pastor

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Mr. wOw’s take on Koran-burning Florida minister: “Arrest him!”

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33 Table Settings to Inspire

Sharon Hoge steps from the stables of the Hampton Classic Horse Show to the tables of the VIP tent, a showcase of stunning table toppers.

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Why Can’t a Woman Be Judged More Like a Man? by Allegra Goodman

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Bestselling author Allegra Goodman ponders the double standard in literary criticism I’ve been reading a beautiful book called Boundaries by artist/architect Maya Lin. Lin is perhaps best known for designing the Vietnam memorial in Washington, D.C. Her design for black granite walls cut into the earth was the surprise winner of a huge international competition. […]

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Mr. wOw Ponders the Ineffective Battering of Sarah Palin

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Mr. wOw picked up the latest issue of Vanity Fair with some enthusiasm. There she was, Miss Lindsay Lohan, on the cover – demure, boring. And inside, still demure-ish – not that I need to see more of her freckly overexposed body. She defends herself. Please. Just get some proper management and make good movies. […]

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Me and Mr. B., by Mr. wOw

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Mr. wOw ponders love, after 34 years.

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The Lunenburg Folk Festival

A Nova Scotia Travelook Travelog by Sharon Hoge.

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