Village Voice columnist Michael Musto, Harper publisher Jonathan Burnham, artist Maira Kalman, author James Frey, Vogue editor Sally Singer and others gathered at Diane von Furstenberg’s studio beneath the High Line on Monday, Oct. 26, for a spelling bee to support the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses and independent publishing.
“I’m so damn, Read More
Around 10 p.m. on a brisk Sunday evening in early November, Penny Arcade, the Manhattan performance artist and former Warhol starlet, was onstage with a four-piece pickup band at Joe’s Pub in the East Village. The petite and curvy Ms. Arcade, 58, who was wearing snakeskin platforms and a sleek back cocktail dress, explained she Read More
As we learned from the Village Voice‘s Michael Musto, Liam McMullan, whom The Observer‘s Spencer Morgan profiled in June, will be replacing Lydia Hearst as a columnist for Page Six Magazine. We gave Mr. McMullan, son of nightlife photographer Patrick McMullan, a call to find out what we could expect from the Read More
"I basically started Radar because I didn’t want to work at any other magazine," said Maer Roshan, the editor of the recently folded magazine. "And after six years, all of it came down to this."
Mr. Roshan was surveying his party, the night before Halloween, which had become a kind of Night of the Living Read More
We talked mob money with writer Gay Talese at the screening of Gomorrah.
After months of speculation, we got to the bottom of Marquee’s temporary summer shutdown.
We tallied gifts, drank absinthe, and chatted with godfather Michael Musto at nightlife heir Liam McMullan‘s 21st birthday party.
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This year’s New York Film Festival opened Friday night with a screening of French director Laurent Cantet’s The Class.
The film, which has already won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, focuses on a multicultural classroom in Paris’ rapidly gentrifying 20th Arrondissement. With the exception of the role of the teacher, who is Read More
Kanye West, Rihanna, Lupe Fiasco, and N.E.R.D. Can we say power tour?! Catch their Manhattan date May 13 at Madison Square Garden. [On Sale: Saturday, Feb. 23 at noon]
Call him dad rock, but Billy Joel’s July 16 show, which was to be the last concert ever at Shea Stadium, Read More
Out of The Daily Transom mailbag yesterday came an extra special invitation. Like a pair of beacons on a foggy horizon, all pink and precious, was the announcement of Amanda Lepore’s birthday party, which will be held at Star Lounge tonight. Then we realized that the fog wasn’t fog at all—it was déjà Read More
Does Tinsley Mortimer have a beef with the gays? According to bespectacled Village Voice columnist Michael Musto, the golden-tressed socialite pushed his button—the wrong one—backstage at the People’s Choice Awards last winter.
“[Mr. McMullan] has lots of pictures of Tinsley Mortimer, who once spoke to me rather rudely, I thought,” Mr. Musto said during Read More
The view from the new steakhouse Porter House New York, tucked up on the fourth floor of the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle, looks like something whipped up by a movie-set designer charged with creating a picturesque Manhattan. Central Park stretches lusciously to the north, midtown skyscrapers glitter to the south, and seen from Read More