7 pounds, 10 ounces
St. Luke’s–Roosevelt Hospital Birthing Center
After the 2002 birth of her first son, Gavin, turned into a 24-hour ordeal, freelance graphic designer Lana Lê, 36, decided to try hypnobirthing, a drug-free relaxation method, for her second. After a rocky cab ride to the hospital, the expectant mother hopped into a warm Read More
A few afterthoughts on the perfect revival of David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross, directed by Joe Mantello, at the newly named Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on 45th Street:
If there were a Tony Award for best ensemble acting, Glengarry’s all-male troupe would surely win it hands down.
Mr. Mamet’s toxic 1984 play is famously Read More
On my block at 101st Street on the Upper West Side there is a low iron fence, a series of uneven upside-down U shapes around a skinny runt of a tree that stands in a patch of stone and pebble-sprinkled dirt. At one end of the rectangle formed by the fence, a single black-eyed Susan, Read More