Steve Schwarzman is a serious man who says serious things: Take, for instance, the private equity king’s recent comments in South Korea about mark-to-market accounting rules. Sometimes, to be sure, he also says things that are a bit out there, but then he promptly apologizes.
Nevertheless, according to photographs posted on the Read More
Mark Green had a laugh at his opponents’ expense at last night’s fund-raiser at Caroline’s Comedy Club featuring the irascible faux-news curmudgeon Lewis Black and the significantly less funny Paul Mecurio. (Mecurio, for those unfamiliar with his act, is the rather aggressive audience “fluffer” on the Daily Show who stomps around the stage before each Read More
Would someone write a great role for the great J. Smith-Cameron? True, this delightful actress is currently playing three roles in Elaine May’s “three new plays” that make up After the Night and the Music at the Biltmore on Broadway. But a sketch isn’t a play any more than a pavement artist is a painter, Read More
I used to say Woody Allen on a bad day was better than everybody else on Sunday, but now I’m beginning to wonder. No amount of admiration for America’s most original and prolific filmmaker can disguise the fact that Small Time Crooks is Woody on a very bad day indeed.
Sure, there are some funny Read More