When Madonna shilled for Pepsi in 1989, the Catholic Church threatened a boycott of the soft-drink company. Fourteen years later, she’s flogging a new product-the Oxygen cable channel for women-but practitioners of her adopted religion, Kabbalah mysticism, will probably think it’s divine.
Certainly, the sight of Madonna crossing her obsessively toned arms in Oxygen Media’s Read More
John Witt was sitting at Da Silvano eating sea urchin and avocado pasta with friends on a recent Thursday night when there was a sudden commotion and a sparkly candle.”There was a sort of happy-birthday ‘Hurrah!’” said Mr. Witt, 30, a Columbia law professor. “All the lights went off for a moment. It was over Read More
By day, Sam Ramer prosecutes homicides as an assistant district attorney in the Bronx. At night, he has another life, this one involving galaxies and characters far, far away. His extracurricular pursuit of all things Star Trek has fulfilled his fantasy life, but it’s also put him on another side of the law–away from the Read More