Early in August, the Housing Works Thrift Shops flagship at 143 West 17th Street reopened after a sad two-month absence.
Why? “What we did was open it up, took everything out, ripped up the carpet” said H.W.T.S. President Matthew Bernardo. “We found the original Read More
I have played the part of a screaming fan girl only twice in my 54 years.
The first time, I was a quivering 14-year-old chaperoned by my father at a Beatles concert in 1964. A dog-eared photo taken by a friend caught me at the height of my reverie as tears fell onto the Peter Read More
Along with everyone else in the free world, I read Maureen Dowd’s April 10 New York Times Op-Ed column entitled “The Baby Bust,” wherein, among other things, she-Accused men of being too intimidated to date accomplished women.-Blamed men for the large number of successful single women who are childless.
-Suggested that, in general, we’d all Read More
Foxy Brown, the fashionable, tart-tongued rap diva, couldn’t walk. She’d bought a pair of $750 snakeskin Manolo Blahnik stilettos with straps that slithered all the way up her calves, making her look like a marriage between a Roman philosopher and Linda Lovelace. “The sexiest, fiercest thing around,” she said. But her heels were wobbling and Read More