With all the local hype over The Real Housewives of New York City, we’d almost forgotten about their west coast predecessors and sister show, The Real Housewives of Orange County, which taught us everything we’d ever wanted to know about plastic surgery, Southern California Republicans and bad parenting. But now that Read More
The Dolans bought the Sundance Channel today for $496 million. And what of Newsday? They still have the leading bid. Read More
Just as things were starting to look really bleak for Britney Spears (even the AP was drawing up her obit), a savior came down from on high to put the world’s fears at rest—once and for all.
“I think everything’s going to be OK,” Paris Hilton said of Ms. Spears. Read More
We used to say that there is a film festival happening somewhere in the world every day,” said Eugene Hernandez, editor in chief of indieWIRE, a Web site devoted to independent film. “Well, now there are two or three.”
Indeed, there are so many festivals—Variety puts the number at 700—that in April 2006 a film Read More
Manhattan is as dry as a Dead Sea Scroll. And so are my thighs. Scratch, scratch, scratch. And I’m not the only one. This is that time of year when itchy skin plagues us New Yorkers, rich and poor alike, indiscriminately. Global warming and polar-icecap melting seem to have had no impact on the humidity, Read More