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Nora Ephron's Apartment Like Something Out of a Rom-Com

The New York Times visits the NYC apartment of Nora Ephron—you know, the damsel who taught us that it's OK to feel bad about our necks and that men and women will never be friends because sex always gets in the way—and uncovers certain of the writer's knickknacks: a Japanese poster of "When Harry Met Sally" (the play), craps dice, knives engraved with "Julie & Julia," a set of buttons from the set of the same movie, Chrysler Building figurines, and teacups. Have a look.
· On Location with Nora Ephron [NYT]