Boys Do Cry
At 5:19 on this week’s warm Monday night, the Charles Street home of Hilary Swank and Chad Lowe was deserted. A few sad Christmas wreaths still hung from the doorways of neighboring West Village townhouses. The shittiest car on the street was an old white Acura, weirdly guarded by the Club. The Read More
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So there’s this terrific woman you know living in New York. She’s fun, attractive, smart and has a great job … and is dating a bartender, a waiter or someone altogether unemployed. Some might say she’s “settling,” to use the favored relationship parlance of today. But what if she’s actually a pioneer?
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When the casting call went out for what would eventually become the Oscar-winning film Boys Don’t Cry , Hilary Swank was a Hollywood hopeful with little but her starring role in the fourth installment of the Karate Kid franchise under her belt-and barely enough money to make the round-trip flight to New York for the Read More