What do you if you’re Dominique Strauss-Kahn, and after the longest summer in your life which forced you to resign from your job at the IMF and sidelined your shot at a Presidency, your name has been cleared in a criminal trial (although a civil suit alleging the same rape that landed you in the pen and another accusation of a 2003 sexual assault awaiting you in France both persist)?
You go for an awkward visit with your former colleagues! Which is what Dominique Strauss-Kahn is likely doing right at this very moment. Read More
On a recent Wednesday afternoon, the Grand Ballroom of the Plaza Hotel hosted a crowd clad in Chanel summer tweed. The ladies who lunch had arrived for the Women’s Forum of New York’s Elly Awards Luncheon, honoring Evelyn H. Lauder of Estée Lauder and Diana Taylor of Wolfensohn Fund Management, LP (widely known as Michael Read More
For now at least, George Pataki is taking the high road on Carl Paladino.
At a forum hosted by the Wall Street Journal this morning, Pataki played the dutiful Republican, insisting he might throw his support behind the party’s surprise nominee, even as his successors Eliot Spitzer and David Paterson declared Paladino unfit for office. Read More
Bret Easton Ellis did an interview with AskMen.com about his new novel Imperial Bedrooms. One of his answers to an interview question reflected an odd self-consciousness that must just come with being, well, Bret Easton Ellis. To be fair, the interviewer, not the author came up with the phrase:
AskMen: Do you Read More