Protest posters made of Gulf spill oil. Every man needs a humidor in his Ferrari. Why Farmville is a bad thing. Prep and camouflage can co-exist. An easy way to avoid trick-or-treaters. A brief primer on sweater coats. Everyone needs a good hip flask. The West Village is home to a new luxury sports bar. Another Haruki Murakami novel is on the way. Extremely short fiction written to make you think.
If stainless steel summed up the nineties, warmer metals like brass and copper will define this decade. Inspired by Oriental tea trays, this table comes in all three options, but the copper version easily outshines the rest. Habibi table by Philipp Mainzer for e15, from $2,310; projectno8.com
When DETAILS reported on Paul Reubens' return to playing the the loveable Pee-wee Herman for the first time in 19 years for a live theatrical show in Los Angeles, we hoped the bow-tied wonder would eventually hit the Broadway stage. Here he is at last. Check out our story and go here to see The Pee-wee Herman Show from October 26 through January 2 at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.