At 10 a.m., the Assembly’s Banking Department budget oversight hearing is held at 250 Broadway to evaluate programs run by the state’s Banking Department.
The City Council’s Aging; Mental Health Committee, and Housing and Buildings Committee will hold meetings in City Hall.
The City Council’s Parks & Recreation Committee will meet at 250 Read More
In The Transom: Donald Trump slanders Don King and Don King praises George Bush; Jessica Coen spends an afternoon at cocktails with everyone’s favorite Huffpo and Maxim UK editor wackjob Greg Gutfeld; and we go inside the scary at Heidi Klum’s Halloween party.
Yesterday, Prince Charles and his new wife Camilla hit New Read More
Don King dreamt that his hair was going straight and rising toward heaven. Private Dreams of Public People , by Lauren Lawrence. Assouline, 184 pages, $34.95.
A nifty idea, recording celebrities’ dreams. How better to plumb the Rosicrucian mysteries of fame than to peer directly into the famous person’s psyche? Let’s face it: For all Read More
I live on a tree-lined block in Brooklyn. There aren’t many options for takeout, no A.T.M.’s close by and I suspect drug activity in the squatters’ building across the street. Still, mine is a neighborhood in the truest sense. Neighbors greet each other warmly. When the boys on the block yell, “What up, slim?” I Read More
The invitation was unremarkable, perhaps a bit too much so.
“Artists Management Group cordially invites you to a cocktail party for our friends in publishing.” The reception was slated for March 9 at the Museum of Modern Art, of which, the invitation noted in very small print, “A.M.G. is a Corporate Member.”
Although Michael Read More
”You know, you’re a special guy,” Don King told me. “I’m impressed with you.”
And all I’d done was bring an extra audio tape. Of course, it was a very special morning. The Home Box Office corporate dining room, where we were seated for breakfast, was filled with love-the love of money and of Read More