On Monday, Jan. 12, Donna Karan hosted a party at her Urban Zen center in the West Village for her health guru and friend, Dr. Frank Lipman, to celebrate his new book, Spent: End Exhaustion and Feel Great Again.
"I see a lot of people in my practice that are spent," said Dr. Lipman, who Read More
The New York Stage and Film Company held their Winter Gala at Capitale on the Bowery on Monday, a day of the week when theaters are traditionally dark. Actors gathered to raise money for its residency program—a "safe space," artistically cozy and warm, where actors and directors could go to develop new plays unmolested by Read More
The 60th Primetime Emmy Awards air Sunday night on ABC. In preparation, we thought it would be fun to give you a little help on your office pool. Welcome to Day 3 of our Emmy preview!
We’ve already handicapped the supporting races. Now it’s time to look at the lead actresses.
Best Actress, Read More
‘The camera pans the gap-toothed Manhattan skyline where the World Trade Center used to be. The rigid smile is still welcome and wide, but a hole needs filling. The Great New Wonderful is an impressive new film with a small budget and a big sensibility populated by New Yorkers with their own cavities in need Read More
There are three things actors never do. They never give up, never thank a critic for a good review and never doubt the genius of a play in which they’re appearing.
That’s about it, really. I once knew an actor who never had carrot soup because his complexion turned orange. (Well, would you ?) But Read More
Saving Private Ryan is a masterpiece. It cements Steven Spielberg’s reputation as one of the seminal filmmakers of the era. It tells a gallant story of honor and duty and courage under fire. It shows you things about war that have never been seen on a motion picture screen. It makes you proud to be Read More