The Wee Hours
John Belushi it wasn’t.
An hour after the weekly 3:30 a.m. text message spread like spitfire across New York, interns and set crew and assistants arrived at Professor Thom’s, a sports bar in the East Village, with outfits assembled and the password for the door on the tips of their tongues. They had heard stories, Read More
There’s good reason to approach Jessica Hendra’s How to Cook Your Daughter with caution—especially if you’re squeamish. This memoir, and its accompanying tale of scandal and familial darkness, is more disturbing than most.
In the spring of 2004, Ms. Hendra’s father, Tony Hendra—a lefty, British-born former editor of the humor magazine National Lampoon, actor in Read More
A few weeks back, a friend handed me model Janice Dickinson’s autobiography and said it was a juicy tell-all, but under that was a cold understanding of the currency of fashion: the drooling agents and clients, the callous celebrities, the routine personal abuse, the blurred line between prostitution and modeling, etc.
I read No Lifeguard Read More