Yesterday evening, journalists and newsy iconoclasts alike gathered at Graydon Carter’s uber-trendy, West Village bistro, the Waverly Inn, to celebrate the launch of Newser.com, Michael Wolff’s latest project, an innovative online news service that claims to "do the reading for you."
The site, which has been available in beta form since August but Read More
The conservative movement, which at various points has felt slighted, ignored, abused, dismissed and otherwise thoroughly adrift in coverage by New York’s “media elites,” has finally found a place in The New York Times. Sort of.
For the next year, David Kirkpatrick-formerly the man charged with covering the book publishing industry-will cover conservatives. Not the Read More
With their exquisite timing, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo-the Trocks, to you-have bourréed into the Joyce. It was only weeks ago that the Kirov got out of town, and two of the ballets they were featuring- Swan Lake and Don Quixote -are also featured by the Trocks in performances that are looking less and Read More