Last week, we reported that The Wall Street Journal’s New York section was starting—of all odd things—sports beats, with reporters traveling to home and away games of New York teams.
Well, now it appears The Journal’s New York section is ready to throw itself into the dirty underbelly of the city’s nightlife!
The Journal has Read More
Gossip, The Transom
It breaks The Transom’s heart to say goodbye to Boldface, The New York Times‘ sort-of gossip column. Joyce Wadler took it to scarifying heights of convoluted contempt and joy; then young Campbell Robertson took over and proceeded to write the holy shit out of it. Under his tenure, it was often a jaw-dropping treasure of Read More
On the afternoon of May 26, The New York Times’ Boldface Names columnist, Joyce Wadler, arrived at Cipriani 42nd Street to cover furrier Dennis Basso’s fall fashion show, toting a leopard-printed umbrella and pen-marked leather bag. In a crowd that included Ivanka Trump, Chloë Sevigny and P. Diddy’s mother, Janice Combs, Ms. Wadler, 56, had Read More
The competition for the commission at Ground Zero seemed to be undergoing a late-breaking shift in momentum.
On Feb. 25, when the final two architectural candidates presented modifications of their original designs to a team of rebuilding officials and city and state representatives, the favorite was Berlin-based architect Daniel Libeskind, whose proposed crystalline structures surround Read More