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The High-Tech Hollywood Smile: How 3D Scanners and Artificial Intelligence Are Perfecting Teeth

A major director had scheduled a quick lunch just before leaving for an out-of-town shoot, but when he bit down on something hard and cracked a back tooth, his plans were suddenly in limbo. He raced to the Brentwood office of Dr. Jon Marashi, explaining the urgency. The aesthetic dentist skipped the usual goopy impressions […]

Why Coconut Grove Is Miami’s Hot Neighborhood of the Moment

Miami evokes images of glitz and bacchanalian behavior, with champagne sprayed rather than sipped, but the newest enclave to gain of-the-moment buzz — Coconut Grove — is far less flashy than South Beach, more lush and scenic than Wynwood, and very much in demand. “My friends said, ‘This is the area you’ve got to be […]

Beloved Brentwood Restaurant Closes Due to Rent Hike

After 25 years hosting such regulars as Harrison Ford, Rob Reiner, Ted Danson, Diane Keaton and Frank Gehry, the much-loved Italian eatery Vincenti Ristorante shuttered Oct. 15. Opened in 1997 by Maureen Vincenti (whose late husband owned the famed Rex Il Ristorante, featured in Pretty Woman) and chef Nicola Mastronardi, its Brentwood building was purchased by […]

DIY Hair Color, Skin Care and More: Top Salon Beauty Hacks While Isolated at Home

With shops shut, hair, face and brow gurus share their top tips for keeping up appearances, while some deliver personalized touch-up packages to clients: "We have been leaving them in driveways."

Coronavirus and the Ultra-Wealthy: Yacht Staffing, Live-In Doctor Requests and the New Rules of Support Staff

Wealthy elites in New York City and Los Angeles are imposing stringent hygiene measures with housekeepers and staffing private boats during the coronavirus outbreak.

Hazmat Suits in the Supermarket: How Wealthy Hamptons-ites Are Panic-Buying

As New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's restaurant and bar shutdown went into effect, seasonal residents raided gourmet markets bare with additional chauffeured SUVs in tow under the threat of a disrupted chain of food supply: "There is only one road out of the Hamptons."

‘Real Housewives’ Star Takes Sledgehammer to Harvey Weinstein’s New York Offices (Exclusive)

On March 9, as Harvey Weinstein was settling into his new digs at Rikers Island, demolition began on his old office at 99 Hudson St. in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan by 'Real Housewives of New York City' star Barbara Kavovit.

Is Harvey Weinstein’s Walker Just a Prop to Gain Sympathy? Experts Weigh In

The disgraced mogul has been sporting a $30 device (with tennis balls, no less) at his sex crimes trial after undergoing a bilateral laminectomy in December — but some are skeptical.

8 Anti-Aging Fixes for Awards Season — Without Going Under the Knife

New non-surgical interventions for issues like fine lines and less-than-firm skin include gold-plated needles and machines to induce muscle contractions.

Inside the Modern Design of WarnerMedia’s New NYC Headquarters With Jeff Zucker

A first look at WarnerMedia's new NYC Headquarters that includes 25 floors and 1.4? million square feet.

Power Glam Squads: Who Oprah and Other Hollywood Execs Trust for Boardroom-Worthy Blowouts

Meet the L.A. and N.Y. beauty pros whom power players — including Donna ?Langley and Bonnie Hammer — rely on for flawless red carpet foundations.

Why Hollywood Stars Are Paying Big Bucks for Imperfect Teeth

Veneers that look real are taking over as dentists to stars Scarlett? Johansson and Tom? Hanks revise the shiny white Chiclets of yore and "purposefully put in imperfections."