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  1. In American gastronomy, true revolutions are less common than minor revolts, but occasionally one flares up—as it did last spring in the kitchen of Chicago’s L2O (773.868.0002, www.l2orestaurant.com...
  2. Navigating through the roster of artists at Richard Gray (312.642.8877, www.richardgraygallery.com ) is almost intimidating: It represents centuries of talent, with an emphasis on 20th-century greats...
  3. Since 2004, when Michael Mina unveiled his namesake restaurant in San Francisco, the Egyptian-born chef has opened another 12 establishments. One of the latest—XIV (323.656.1414, www.xivla.com ),...
  4. Just around the corner from Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, one finds the very Western Maison Boulud (+86.10.6559.9200, www.danielnyc.com ), one of the latest fine-dining establishments from the French-...
  5. After graduating from UCLA with a degree in English, Larry Gagosian is said to have started his art business in 1975 on a sidewalk in Westwood, Calif., selling art posters for a few dollars each. A...
  6. Named for the Super Tuscan wine that the Frescobaldi family of Florence, Italy, produces in partnership with the Mondavi family of Napa Valley, Luce (415.616.6566, www.lucewinerestaurant.com ) draws...
  7. To ascertain how his creations would weather the elements, Silvano Lattanzi (212.734.2962, www.silvanolattanzi.com ) buried some of his best footwear in a few feet of dirt. After more than four years...
  8. John Lobb (212.888.9797, www.johnlobb.com ) prides itself on using only single pieces of full-grain leather, which have spent more than six months at the tannery, in the production of its footwear...
  9. With a humble idea and a $2,400 loan from his brother, art student Arne Glimcher—with his wife, Milly—opened Pace Gallery in Boston in 1960. Three years later, Glimcher moved the gallery to New York...
  10. In the male-dominated world of shoemaking, Olga Berluti—of her namesake company Berluti (212.439.6400, www.berluti.com )—is as much an anomaly as the fetching footwear that she creates from her Paris...

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