Wednesday, March 30
We’re betting Tina Brown likes her coffee the same way she likes her copy: “V. v. hot!” Guests will find out tonight as the High Beastess herself throws a private book party at her Upper East Side townhouse for Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz’s memoir, Onward (we hear it’s full of Read More
The New York Civil Liberties Union took advantage of the holiday spirit of love today and published a Valentine’s Day poem in support of same-sex marriage legislation: “Republicans are red, /Democrats are blue, /But love transcends political parties, /We know this is true.” Catchy, kinda of!
The poem comes with a message to the group’s Read More
New York is the city that forgets, and we forgive it usually because there’s simply no space to memorialize.
But even by that metric, the city’s failure to save Edgar Allan Poe’s south Bronx home is unforgivable.
It might be an unthinkable waste of prime real estate to make a museum out of Alan Ginsberg’s Read More