The Eight-Day Week
Last Monday at the Museum of Modern Art’s Celeste Bartos Theater, HBO hosted a private screening of Josh Groban: Sing Your Song, the latest episode of its Emmy-nominated series, YoungArts Masterclass. Read More
The Eight-Day Week
70-year-old reality TV star Betsey Johnson (The Style Network’s XOX Betsey Johnson, starring her daughter) and comeback kid (she recently filed for bankruptcy) has dug into her extensive archives and rejiggered her youthquake-y creations to present a Bollywood-style runway show. Break out the neon pink bindis. After Johnson’s style spectacle, funny ladies Sandra Bernhard and Taylor Negron will do some stand-up before a dance performance by Rioult Dance NY.
With so many ballyhooed movies coming out this fall, it’s hard to keep up with the classics on our “To Watch … Someday” list—who has the time to sit down with the Criterion Collection when there are so many premieres of flicks we actually want to see? Tonight the Darby celebrates the odd coupling of Read More
“I was high when I got dressed!,” joked Sandra Bernhard at Julie Klausner’s “How Was Your Week Live” comedy showcase. The show featured a number of entertainers expounding on topics of their choice—including Ira Glass on his favorite snacks. But Ms. Bernhard chose to munch upon the hand that was feeding her: Bravo’s late-night Watch Read More
What is it about the preholiday season that winds everyone tighter than the postsurgery forehead of a Real Housewife? We’re trying to stay out of the drama as all of New York lets fly a seeming year’s worth of unaired grievances this week.
The Daryl Roth Theater, at the corner of Union Square East and 15th Street, was home to De La Guarda for seven years before its current production, Sandra Bernhard’s Everything Bad and Beautiful, began its run. And according to management, this fall the theater will be home to Hunting and Gathering.
But representatives from Read More
Lycée Français de New York director of finance Kim Barton, the man at least nominally responsible for shepherding the Franco-centric institution through an ambitious but controversial upgrade of its facilities, is no stranger to New York City prep-school scandale .
A little over two years ago, Mr. Barton resigned as director of finance for another Read More
Lipstick lesbianism, far from being a forgotten 90′s trend, is reaching a new level of boob-flaunting, Baywatch -style hyper-femininity. Swing by Meow Mix (269 East Houston Street) and see for yourself. Gorgeous, busty femmes fatales can be seen sitting on the knees of their stone-butch lovers with names like Cliff and Burt.
Sandra Bernhard, a Read More
Her timing was exquisite, and the suspense was killing me. Sandra Bernhard, queen of irony and attitude, was heading to New York, a city that had of late been declared an irony-free zone by certain cultural commissars.
She’d been here on Sept. 11, racing to pick up her daughter from school when she heard the Read More
Wednesday, Sept. 5
Ever since former Time managing editor Walter Isaacson swooped in to save CNN, the question has lingered: When’s Mr. Isaacson going to tap his peppy young protégé, Time columnist Joel Stein, to do his lampshade-on-the-head act on AOL Time Warner TV?
CNN has, in fact, been talking to Mr. Stein for Read More