The Speakeasies of 1932 , by Al Hirschfeld. Glenn Young Books, 95 pages, $32.95.
Hirschfeld’s Harlem , by Al Hirschfeld. Glenn Young Books, 127 pages, $75.
Al Hirschfeld, whose thousands of benign caricatures chronicled American show business for almost 80 years, died last January not quite six months short of his 100th birthday. In Read More
Spies With Attitude
What would they do for inspiration in Hollywood without the dear old C.I.A.? A few zealous liberals from the ACLU might like to weigh in on this subject, but the makers of bad movies would be lost without a compass. Movie spies have been doing Superman stunts for decades Read More
Haditwith”inspirational” e-mails about the W.T.C. tragedy? We hate to be churlish, but things are painful enough without everyone blitzing their friends and acquaintances with “deep thoughts” and supposedly “inside scoops from this girl I know who works for Diane Sawyer” about what’s coming next. Are you like us, so that your finger automatically Read More