Fashion icon, cabaret artist and fabulous story teller, the irrepressible Isaac Mizrahi hosted a gaggle of NY’s most talented in the last episode of In Your Face — New York. On stage with him, ukulele in hand, were New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast and her uke playing pal, the New Yorker writer Patricia Marx. “Wait, Wait — Don’t Tell Me” panelist and CBS Sunday Morning correspondent Mo Rocca teamed up with Isaac for a duet. Author of “How to Be Black,” Baratunde Thurston spoke about what it is to live in a “temporarily black neighborhood.” And world-renowned fragrance creator (a “nose” to those in the know) Ann Gottlieb explored the smells of New York. Patricia Volk’s memoir “Stuffed” was an NY Times Best-Seller. She contributed chapter 3 of our serialized novella, “Author to Come.” Jazz legend Jay Leonhart led the amazing 1-Train Band.