“Was it hard?” Bill Moyers asked John Lithgow. He was either referring to the actor performing naked in his first Tony Award-winning role in The Changing Room, or to a body part which Mr. Lithgow had exposed to shocked Broadway theater-goers at the ripe age of 27.
If it wasn’t for the serious pseudo-sexual vibes the esteemed men were giving off at the New York Public Library’s event yesterday evening we might have been less interested in the sycophantic reminiscing. But this was just weird.
In the fall of 2002, during the run up to the war in Iraq, Oprah Winfrey devoted a portion of one of her shows to answering a pressing international question. Do the Iraqi people want America to liberate them from Saddam Hussein?
Ms. Winfrey posed the question to Entifadh Qanbar, a spokesperson for the Iraqi Read More
The flowers, red and white and placed in a neat row, had
name tags attached to their stems: Rose Friedman and Israel Rosen; Shafur Banu
and Shrina Begum. Almost a week had passed since a few hardy souls gathered for
one of New York’s quiet rites of spring-the commemoration of the Triangle
Shirtwaist fire-but the Read More