Rhythm and bounce, tempo and pounce. Petula Clark has lost none of her fizz. Her warm, engaging new act at Feinstein’s at Loew’s Regency is the first time she’s appeared in a New York nightclub since the dear, departed and much-lamented days of the Waldorf-Astoria’s Empire Room. That was 1975, after she had already moved to Switzerland to get away from the punishing rigors of show business and escape the taxes, but she hasn’t been sitting around her home in Geneva knitting mittens. Read More
Very à la Mod: Atlantic Yards Places First Modular Units for B2 TowerDe Blasio Invokes Dasani in Vow to Change City's Approach to Its HomelessBusiness Insider Inks 150 Fifth Avenue Sublease
Susan Orlean on Blogs, Twitter and WritingBusiness Insider Inks 150 Fifth Avenue SubleaseMorning Media Mix
A New Yorkers' Guide to Practical Fake Sign LanguageHow to Become The Woman Upstairs: Listen to a Claire Messud Audio BookWho's the Fairest of Them All? On Hilton Als' 'White Girls'
The Anti-Semitic Stench of Pink FloydEditorial: De Blasio Goes With ProsBill de Blasio and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Booting Up: Twitter Is Sorry For Messing With The Block FunctionRevenge Porn Purveyor Also Allegedly Ran Reputation Management Site for VictimsThe British Government Would Love For You To Tweet About Your Vomit
Morning Read: ‘Even Closer to the Spirit of the New York Post’De Blasio Invokes Dasani in Vow to Change City’s Approach to Its HomelessDe Blasio Going to Washington With Mayors ‘Anxious to Put Our Stamp on the National Debate’
And the 2014 Hugo Boss Nominees Are…Getty’s Senior Curator of Paintings, Scott Schaefer, Will RetireHere Are the Exhibitors for the 2014 ADAA Art Show