Three weeks after McKinsey & Company slipped its foot into the door of the emerald tower, Condé Nast staffers continue to ask what fresh hell they find themselves in.
“I saw Graydon in the cafeteria this week!” said one business-side insider, last Friday. “In all my years here, I’ve never seen him in my Read More
“Focus: Oksar Kokoschka” at the Neue Galerie comes right on time.
The Viennese Expressionist, who died in 1980 at the age of 94, was one of the shattered visionaries of early-20th-century Modernism—a man on the edge. Underappreciated since his death, despite some big-bucks acquisitions of Expressionist masters and periodic museum treatment (a 2002 show Read More
Most exclusive office building; million-dollar apartment losses; Willam Morris hunt; Jeff Gural and Jimmy Kuhn. Read More
Nicole Ferejohn, 27, was paying $1,200 per month to rent a walk-up apartment on Avenue A and St. Marks about a year ago when she decided that it was time to own, invest, reduce the tax load a bit. She was thinking brownstone, original moldings, maybe some brick or a tin ceiling, a quirky layout. Read More
When the Transom signed up to the Zoe Report, the newsletter by stylist Rachel Zoe that began distribution last week, we received a prompt email from Ms. Zoe herself!
“Starting tomorrow, you will receive The Zoe Report, a daily email featuring my current obsessions in the ever-evolving worlds of fashion, beauty, and lifestyle,” she Read More
In the summer, a mature man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of good hair.
Or maybe it’s just that the heat gets to them. But in recent days, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his political allies have been talking a lot about their lack of locks.
It started, at 9:25 a.m. on July 14, Read More
At Barack Obama’s town hall meeting in New Hampshire on Tuesday, an older man who identified himself as a Republican calmly expressed to the president his concern that a government-run “public option” might undermine private health insurers because, “Who can compete with the government?”
Obama acknowledged the validity of this concern and then Read More
On Sunday, Aug. 9, Anthony Weiner waded into one of this year’s most contentious City Council primaries by endorsing Bob Zuckerman for the 39th District in Park Slope at Dizzy’s Diner on Eighth Avenue.
For the outspoken 45-year-old congressman and one-and-a-half-time mayoral candidate, who grew up a few blocks away from the site Read More
This fall, New York Post celebrity gossip chronicler Cindy Adams will debut a one-woman show, Only in New York, in her palatial Park Avenue penthouse, formerly the home of tobacco heiress Doris Duke. All proceeds from the $250 tickets will go to the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals). “That’s where Read More
Cy Vance doesn’t usually go to watch live comedy, but Monday, Aug. 10, was an exception.
“I’m not a person who goes to comedy clubs all the time, but we knew this was a good opportunity to get laughed at and to laugh at ourselves,” Mr. Vance, who is Robert Morgenthau’s handpicked candidate to succeed Read More