Brothers Josh and Benny Safdie try to watch every Knicks game together.
“We have weird superstitions, like we never watch games with the producer of Lenny Cooke,” Josh said of Adam Shopkorn last Sunday evening at the Stout, a bar around the corner from Madison Square Garden. “He likes when the Knicks lose because he hates James Dolan so much.”
When Amar’e Stoudemire took the stage after the screening of his new documentary, In The Moment, last Thursday night at Marquee, he genuinely seemed to appreciate the attention and applause that greeted him from the packed house of athletes, musicians, fashion designers and more than a few men in yarmulkes.
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Madison Square Garden has been quiet—too quiet—since summer’s end. The world’s most famous arena is in the midst of what promises to be a glorious renovation, but something has been missing. With all due respect to hockey’s Rangers, the place hasn’t been the same without the Knicks.
Luckily, that’s about to change, and none too soon.
For the first time in more than a decade, the Knicks are generating some late-winter excitement in Madison Square Garden. The arrival of Carmelo Anthony and Chauncey Billups to go along with the off-season’s big addition, Amar’e Stoudemire, has the team headed in the right direction after years of mediocrity.
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Fashion Week 2011
Three name cards were set at yesterday’s Calvin Klein Men’s show, and they would portend the feeling of the rest of the event: “JOE JONAS… ZAC EFRON… AMAR’E STOUDEMIRE.”
A front row lineup for the ages! The Efron-Jonas power duo arrived in near-matching suits — one black, one gray — fitted snugly and affixed with Read More
Last night, the Knicks’ new star forward Amar’e Stoudemire led his team to a five-point victory over the Toronto Raptors in New York’s season opener. How to celebrate? How about with a new $37,500-a-month apartment?
Everybody knows the Post has the best sports coverage in town. Ditto for all-star real estate, as Jennifer Gould Keel Read More
Tommy Hilfiger spared no expense for his 25th-anniversary show yesterday; the invitations were notably elaborate, the runway was flanked by Astroturf, and even the run-of-show lists were printed on heavy-duty paperboard. (And that afterparty, at the Met Opera? We’ll get to that later.) It paid off, at least if you measure success by Read More