Breaking News and Water
Safe for work, if you’re interested in this sort of thing. Though we happen to find it a little shady that a Fox 5 News team just “happened to be driving by” 63rd and 3rd Avenue yesterday evening while a woman tried to hail a taxi, and, failing that, just gave birth on the middle of the sidewalk. How often does THAT happen? #OnlyInNewYork
Brooklyn We Go Hard
Developmental psychologists agree: by age 3, your baby should be way past its “killing the vibe on dance floors” phase.
Fortunately, you can enroll your dweeby infant or toddler in Baby DJ School at Cool Pony Crown Heights. Classes start September 18 under the sick-ass tutelage of Natalie Elizabeth Read More
“My name is Oliver and I’m here to say/I like organic onesies and gluten-free cake,” is just one of the rhyming couplets we imagine Brooklyn babies are incorporating into their sick beats at a new DJ school for babies. Because, yes, Baby DJ School exists nowadays.
It’s an eight-week program for individuals ages three and below. Natalie Elizabeth Weiss, a DJ who’s worked with LCD Soundsystem, Fischerspooner, and other big kids with turntables, will orchestrate the whole thing.
It’s been a heck of a week for New York transport. First, a shark was found on the subway. Now a baby has been born in Penn station!
As if the LIRR wasn’t bad enough, Ana Aguirre, 32, reportedly went into labor waiting for a train yesterday morning.
MTA officers sprung into Read More
About 41 minutes ago (according to Tweetdeck), Modern Family actress Sophia Vergara wrote an angry message to Perez Hilton:
mobi.perezhilton.com/2013-02-27-sof… this is not news.this is desrespectfull.we know everyhing we need to know about my brother’s death.
We followed the link and were surprised to find that the article was missing, and replaced by a new “Top Story” on the Hollywood gossip blog:
Interesting: Most soon-to-be parents squabble for months over baby names. But if you work at Tina Brown‘s Newsweek, one of the nice perks is that you can just put the question to your magazine’s 1,500,000+ Twitter and Tumblr followers and let them decide for you! At least, that’s what Deputy Editor Paula Szuchman was forced by Tina Brown to do in an attempt to boost the company’s image as a warm, friendly work environment chose to do.
Carine Roitfeld had big news for us Friday. We chatted with the former Vogue Paris editor as she signed copies of her new book, Irreverent, at Marc Jacobs’s cleverly but obviously named Bleecker Street bookshop, Bookmarc. Much to our surprise (and delight), the beaming Ms. Roitfeld spoke exclusively to The Observer, revealing that next year she is to become a grandmother.