At the International Center of Photography’s Infinity Awards, held at Pier Sixty on the back end of Chelsea Piers on Monday night, W editor Stefano Tonchi and soon-to-be W editor-at-large Lynn Hirschberg arrived arm-in-arm.
“We are each other’s dates tonight!” said Ms. Hirschberg.
“Do you know Lynn Hirschberg?” Mr. Tonchi asked The Read More
In the morning, Eliot Spitzer will receive an endorsement from state Sen. Carl Kruger in Brooklyn.
Then Spitzer will kick off the Manhattan Cup at Chelsea Piers.
The Mayor’s Cup Golf Tournament will be at Split Rock Golf Course in the Bronx.
Wesley Clark delivers the commencement speech at Wagner College, while Sen. John McCain’s Read More
The Times says that Mayor Bloomberg is looking for a larger role in downtown development. Too little, too late? Or is it just election-year campaigning?
Chelsea Piers jefe maximo, George Bush friend and “Pioneer” Roland Betts has quit the board of the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.
Shopping and rememberin’. Read More
Federico Pignatelli, C.E.O. of Pier 59 Studios, which is part of the Chelsea Piers complex, showed up at Community Board 4′s meeting last night to appeal for help from the board to prevent what he says is a dire situation at the popular sports and entertainment complex.
According to Mr. Pignatelli, the foundation of Chelsea Read More
It started as an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal, but a campaign by some 9/11 families to push the International Freedom Center off Ground Zero has gained such momentum that the museum is now pushing back. In the type of letter meant to head off official recriminations, center co-founder Tom Bernstein, Read More
Pigs are flying, hell is freezing over, dogs and cats are living harmoniously together, and the Yankees are awaiting reassignment from the Boss …. We only have three words to say: Let’s go, Knicks! Now who here blows up like a Thanksgiving float after eating a rogue peanut? If you are one of Read More
It’s the new Googling for Manhattan’s politically minded elite: Fundrace.org organizes campaign contributions by address. LIZZY RATNER and GABRIEL SHERMAN look at what’s been happening behind closed doors at the Dakota, the San Remo, River House-the portals that every Presidential hopeful must pass through to finance a campaign.
145-146 Central Park West Read More
When Paul Bocuse visited New York several years ago, he went to breakfast at Bigelow Pharmacy in the Village. The kid who manned the store’s luncheonette slid a mug of coffee across the counter and asked Mr. Bocuse how he wanted his eggs.
“As the chef desires,” replied Mr. Bocuse.
Mr. Bocuse would perhaps Read More
I heard one of those tobacco apparatchiks on TV, threatening us with a black market in cigarettes if the weed is taxed beyond the reach of lungs just dying to suck it in. Visions of Prohibition danced through my head: black cars crossing the borders in the wee hours of the morning, Eliot Ness smashing Read More
Nov. 3. Dear Diary. Had no intention of attending New York fashion week at Chelsea Piers, except a couple of shows. Frankly, if you spent as much time as I did in New Jersey trying to get to Manhattan, there is no reason on God’s green earth ever to go so near the Hudson River Read More