Among the thousands of images taken of Hurricane Sandy’s destruction, showing mangled houses and weeping children, photographs of floating family albums and framed memories lost to the storm have been particularly poignant.
For these families, there is no way to rebuild a photograph of a baby’s first step, a great-grandfather’s smile, a son’s lost tooth Read More
More than two years after bidding farewell to Radar, the magazine he shepherded through…what was it?—19 or 20 separate incarnations and which lives on in name if not in spirit as an awful TMZ manque owned by American Media, Maer Roshan unveiled his latest creation on Monday, a website called The Fix, focused Read More
Ever since the credit crisis hit and the real estate market collapsed, the news has been filled with disgraced developers–including in these very pages. Yet for every plucked chicken, there seems to be an equal number of phoenixes who, year after year, decade after decade, return from the construction graveyard to build again. (The Observer, Read More