Garlic and Sapphires: The Secret Life of a Critic in Disguise, by Ruth Reichl. The Penguin Press, 333 pages, $24.95.
In Ruth Reichl’s first memoir, Tender at the Bone (1998), about her peculiar childhood, food was love. In her second, Comfort Me with Apples (2001), which covered her coming-of-age as a writer and a woman, Read More
Gore Campaign Shocker!
The night before Vice President Al Gore walked through a service
entrance and into a private room at the Four Seasons restaurant on East
52nd Street, Barbara Walters had interviewed Monica Lewinsky on prime time
and left some of us with the realization that an irrevocable change in our
culture had occurred. Read More