The Gutter has posted this hysterical take on Herbert Muschamp’s gay Huntington-Hartford opus, from an anonymous correspondent.
Bonus dirty excerpt:
Meanwhile, a few blocks south, Pennsylvania Station was being a really bad building, but a really good one, too. Mr. Hartford had a collection of poodle art that he kept in Read More
Herbert Muschamp, The New York Times ‘ architecture critic, is stepping down from his post much as he attained it: surrounded by applause. Twelve years ago, he was called the country’s next great critic; today, his army of detractors is all too happy to see him leave.
The official line at the paper is that Read More
The American skyline of the future will have to get along without any more chunks of quartz, children’s balloons or moon palaces: Herbert Muschamp, The New York Times ‘ fanciful architecture critic, has told his bosses that he’s getting tired of his current duties and intends to step down before long.
“He’s still the architecture Read More
Ever since crews began clearing debris from Ground Zero, the strong and sometimes acerbic writing of The New York Times ‘ architecture critic, Herbert Muschamp, has helped trigger a citywide-and worldwide-debate over what should stand at the site of New York’s greatest civic disaster.
Critics love to provoke, of course, but with the Ground Read More
On Sept. 8, The New York Times Magazine , led by the newspaper’s architecture critic, Herbert Muschamp, will lay out its own vision for what is already a subject of fierce public debate: the future of Ground Zero. The Times has assembled a crew of architectural-world heavyweights for its proposal, and the paper’s plan is Read More
It’s become something of a popular myth that the strength in New York City’s economy has enriched the rich while leaving the middle class and poor far behind. This fits nicely with the concept that the pretext of the Giuliani Administration has been to coddle the wealthy and let everyone else fend for themselves. That Read More
Out here on the East End, a recent Monday was what seems to be turning out to be a more or less typical day in “the Age of Information.” Hardware problems rendered America Online unable to process e-mail right through the working day. More important, another set of hardware problems, this time at The New Read More