In 1906, Stanford White, the red-mustached playboy starchitect of his day, was shot and killed on the roof of what was then Madison Square Garden, a lavish amphitheater he himself had built. It was already something of a fateful jab at White that some years later the New York Life Insurance Building supplanted Read More
So pundits can’t seem to take their eyes off of Ed Klein’s Hillary book, even as they dismiss it as a work of trashy fiction.
The Washington Post’s Richard Cohen tries a sarcastic take on Klein’s real motivations for writing the book.
“Klein set out to expose the right wing for the Read More
You can count the number of New York museums still committed to the cause of high art on the fingers of one hand. Perhaps the most enduring of those fingers is the Morgan Library. The Morgan has always been a gem, of course; New York’s cultural heritage would be poorer without it. Yet now, at Read More