For Manhattan’s desk jockeys—especially those in media—sometimes, the only thing as important as filling your post quota and getting out of the office to head home is the crucial decision of where you’re going to have lunch that day. Alas, some young women found a way to combine the three pursuits, and earn a little cash on the side. Read More
In the film The Kids Are Alright, which opens in theatres July 9, Annette Bening and Julianne Moore play a lesbian couple and Mark Ruffalo, their sperm donor.
“They’d be great moms to have,” said the tousled-haired actor, wearing dark jeans and a untucked button-down shirt, at a lunch on Tuesday afternoon, June 29, at Read More
Last Thursday in Madison Square Park, during an afternoon hot enough to spoil mayonnaise in minutes, the Starkist tuna company launched its Have You Been Starkist? Health & Happiness Tour. Activities included a Wii fitness console, a photo opportunity and the possibility of interacting with Sandra Lee, the Food Network personality, best-selling author and girlfriend, Read More
Despite stifling humidity, all the guests at a Mother’s Day luncheon hosted by Lauren, Ashley and Sharon Bush at the East Side Social Club on Tuesday, May 4, arrived looking fresh, chic and bouncy-haired. “I just went to Oscar Blandi like an hour ago,” admitted Tinsley Mortimer. “It’s like a block away; it’s great!”
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On the afternoon of Tuesday, April 27, Annette Bening got into the lunch buffet line at the home of Christine Schwarzman, wife of the Blackstone Group’s Steve Schwarzman. “I have to say, I have been to some nice places, but I don’t think I have ever seen anything like this,” said Ms. Bening, dressed in Read More
On the afternoon of Monday, April 12, about 20 moneymen from some of the city’s biggest banks crowded into the upstairs dining room of Le Colonial, overlooking 57th Street, for a semi-formal lunch with Serbia’s unofficial highness, Crown Prince Alexander II.
As the prince, wearing a gray suit, touted Serbia’s economy, the moneymen-pinstripes, rimless glasses-drank Read More
Homemaking hyphenate Martha Stewart, chef Mario Batali, Esquire editor David Granger and former Gourmet editor Ruth Reichl were among those previewing David Chang’s new midtown restaurant, Ma Peche, at the Chambers Hotel, in the space formerly occupied by Town, on Monday, April 5.
“I love the tables,” said Ms. Stewart, wearing billowing silk, regarding the Read More