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Laura Regan/Russell BaerLaura Regan/Russell Baer

Halifax, Nova Scotia born and raised Laura Regan is a talented actress with a diverse and impressive resume. Laura will star as the lead role of 'Dagny Taggart', originally played by Taylor Schilling (“Orange is the New Black”), in the upcoming feature film Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt?--theatrical release on September 12th! Read Laura's Q&A!

Jeffrey Gurian and Triumph

Comedian Jeffrey Gurian

Bob Saget says that “no one says ‘No’ to Jeffrey Gurian!” The NYC-based comedian’s newest book, “Make ‘Em Laugh” from Skyhorse Publishing about the 35 year history of the legendary comedy club The Comic Strip, features an introduction by Chris Rock, and interviews with Jerry Seinfeld, Ray Romano, Billy Crystal, Lewis Black, Colin Quinn, Susie Essman, Lisa Lampanelli, Judah Friedlander, and many more. Read Jeffrey's NYC Q&A and check out of his A-List video interviews too!

On view starting September 30 visitors to The Metropolitan Museum of Art will be able to view Thomas Hart Benton’s America Today Mural Rediscovered. The keystone of the exhibition—the mural—will be installed in a reconstruction of the 30-by-22-foot boardroom as it existed at the New School in 1931, allowing viewers to experience the mural cycle as Benton conceived it. enjoy a preview of Thomas Hart Benton’s America Today Mural Rediscovered courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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From Tuscany to Idaho

"Long ago, when my grandmother Laurina would exclaim, “Il Destino! Il Destino! Ha voluto cosi!” I couldn’t imagine the plan that Destiny had written for me..." Written by Cristina Ceccatelli Cook, via her beautiful essay "From Tuscany to Idaho," an excerpt from her cookbook Cristina's Tuscan Table.

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