According to prospective mayoral candidate John Catsimatidis, running for mayor as a Democrat-turned-Republican (like Mike Bloomberg did) works, but running for President as an independent (like Mike Bloomberg may) probably doesn’t.
“On a national basis, if Mr. Bloomberg wants to run, the one thing he has to overcome that I don’t have to overcome — Read More
The National Latino Officers Association jumped into the fray over the Bronx Terminal Market today, sending letters to Eliot Spitzer and even Alberto Gonzales to investigate the “conflicts of interest, favoritism, no-bid contracts, and general ethical breaches” that led the city to support Steve Ross (pictured) in building a Read More
Edward Albee’s new play, The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? , starring Bill Pullman and Mercedes Ruehl, is about a happily married man who falls helplessly in love with a goat. So what else is new?
A lifetime ago, a talented lady by the name of Rochelle Owens wrote Futz! , an Off Broadway hit Read More
It takes a bold, or overambitious, young dramatist to open up the racism can of worms. When I learned that Rebecca Gilman, the author of Spinning Into Butter , is white, I jumped a bit. Now, what would a nice, white middle-class playwright truly know about race? The question itself reveals, no doubt, a certain Read More
Wednesday, May 12
Hadley Davis, 27, knows how to get ahead in TV. Basically, her formula is this: master one job, then move on to another area of the business, starting at the bottom. Now, with her eye on a career as a show-biz macher , she has landed a job writing for Dawson’s Creek Read More