Great Scot! At Plaid Party, Mrs. Mortimer Gets Frisky With Lucy Sykes’ Hubby
On the evening of Monday, April 2, the odd troika of Dateline NBC anchor Stone Phillips, model Marcus Schenkenberg and actor-turned-socialite Matthew Modine pranced down a runway in pleated plaid skirts. The occasion was a “Dressed to Kilt” fashion show held at Read More
While some Representatives from New York try figuring out their position on the Iraq War resolution, expect to hear newly elected Congresswoman Yvette Clarke’s position on the war around 10 a.m. on C-SPAN.
On the campaign trail, Clarke’s message about the war was this:
“Imagine a Congress that was half female, allowing Read More
A new Congress began session today in DC, where Democrats got to experience all the joys and benefits of life in the majority for the first time in years.
Chuck Schumer wore a blue suit for the occasion, which he told C-SPAN was meant to commemorate the message delivered by voters in this year’s election. Read More
Al Sharpton shares his thoughts with Inside City Hall tonight.
Jonathan Tasini wraps up a speech at Sarah Lawrence College.
The Harlem Republican Club’s Labor Day Barbecue goes on until 8 p.m.
And at 11, C-SPAN shows a live performance of the play called, The Pundit Whodunit: The Case Read More
Candidates in Brooklyn’s 10th Congressional District debate at NY1 (7 & 10:30).
Maryland Democratic candidates, Benjamin Cardin and Kwiesi Mfume (head of the NAACP) debate on C-SPAN 2 at 7.
Andrew Cuomo and Charlie King speak at the House of the Lord Church (415 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn) at 8 p.m. Read More
A phone bank in midtown to help Democrats take the state senate starts calling people at 6:15
NY1 has a town hall meeting 7 p.m.
RNN has an AG debate at 7 p.m.
DFNYC’s research and advocacy group meets at 72nd Street at 7:15
Candidates in the Brooklyn 11th congressional Read More
“Metal of Honor,” a documentary about 9/11 ironworkers is shown Paramount Screening Room (1515 Broadway, 3rd floor) at 6 p.m.
Yvette Clarke has a town hall meeting with John Murtha and Anthony Weiner at 7:30 p.m.
And the protest to town hall meeting takes place at the same place and the same Read More
Tip of the Hat, Wag of the Finger
To the Editor:
I enjoyed Chris Lehmann’s critique of Stephen Colbert’s performance at the White House correspondents’ dinner [“The Smarmies of the Night,” May 8]. I think that he got closer to the reality of what went on than most that covered the event.
It was Marsha the Moose in mufti, it had to be. Even though she wasn’t wearing her antlers, her bright purple jumpsuit with puce piping was a dead giveaway, as was her smug grin as she climbed into a BMW 540. While she looked at me and my gaggle of kids, she undoubtedly saw birthday-party Read More