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Bakithi Kumalo
Bakithi Kumalo is best known for the fretless bass riff he played on Paul Simon’s “You Can Call Me Al,” but Kumalo has walked a path punctuated with accolades from the slums of Soweto to Long Island and beyond.
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Spectacular Saint Petersburg
Home to fabled art collections, architecture, food and culture, St. Petersburg is also much more friendly and cosmopolitan than most people imagine.
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Spring Geometry

Energetic patterns and unpredictable shapes are the warming trend for day wear

The Writing on the Wall

The Writing on the Wall
C.W. Post is going rogue. Or more accurately, is gaining street cred with Ryan Seslow, the university’s graffiti artist, professor and roving curator who is presenting Concrete to Data at Hillwood Art Museum
A Step Ahead

A Step Ahead
Riding an indoor bike went from dull to a national obsession when Spin came onto the scene. Will the same approach work for the treadmill?

Finished Basement

Finished Basement
The basement is enjoying a renaissance. The possibilities for finishing subterranean spaces go well beyond a couch and TV.