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Nate Berkus talks life and love Extended for the Online Edition of Windy City Timesby Ross Forman2008-10-08Nate Berkus has gone to a lot of sports-memorabilia conventions over the years.
But he's not a collector or a dealer, and doesn't even like sports: He's just a loving, supportive son.
My eyes roll by their "We are New York intellectuals and major Woody Allen Fans look" Please! [quote]I find it interesting that all of these famous gays love their men of colour.
Scroll down and check out his short and/or medium black hairstyles & haircuts.
in Beverly Hills, where he revealed that he's thrilled about his ex-boyfriend Brian Atwood's engagement.
Brent and his burgeoning design business, meanwhile, were in Los Angeles.
It’s the beautiful stretch just above Washington Square Park, where the avenue begins and the surrounding prewar buildings are prized by those who seek elegance but also cherish the vitality, diversity, and cultural heritage of Greenwich Village.
When interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent set out to find a new home, lower Fifth was at the top of their list.“This neighborhood, particularly the blocks around West 11th and West 10th streets, has a unique magic,” says Berkus, who rose to fame as Oprah Winfrey’s home-design guru and has since hosted two TV shows (most recently, on NBC last year) while overseeing a busy interiors firm.
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Neither of those two in the OP's picture look clean.