Here’s one winner of the Big Bad Recession: Housing Works! The organization, which works to combat AIDS and homelessness, has announced that its Tribeca store, located at 72 Warren Street, will be moving to a new location at 119 Chambers Street on Friday, July 31.
The new store will be four times the size Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The day before Barack Obama became the 44th president of the United States, the lunch seating at Café Milano, the Italian restaurant in Georgetown, was booked solid.
Milano is the Michael’s of D.C. But it’s still in D.C. The air buzzed with the chatter of heavily hair-sprayed women wearing pink blouses, dangly Read More
As election night neared, New York’s power elite—but also its creative class, its political class, its partying class, lurched to find the center of gravity for election night.
The premonition that New York’s obvious choice, Barack Obama, was likely to win was not the smallest consideration here.
Susan Sarandon and her family attended tonight’s Indecision 2008, co-anchored by Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert. Milling around near the kitchen in the early part of the night–where CNN played on a and popcorn, Doritos and 100 calorie packs of of Chips Ahoy were available for snacking–Ms. Sarandon wondered outloud if anything had happened, as Read More
We learned that Michael Bloomberg and Vera Wang are intimidating enough without costumes.
Kelly Killoren Bensimon is not a housewife, she just plays one on TV.
We went underground with some models at the opening of the Plaza’s new mall.
Susan Sarandon voiced her fears about the impending Read More
"From what I understand, New Yorkers aren’t approving of a third term of [Mayor Michael] Bloomberg," said actress Susan Sarandon at the U.S. debut of the French clothing store Comptoir des Cotonniers in Soho on Thursday, Oct. 23. "I’ll be interested to see who the opposition is because if they are mad at Bloomberg, they Read More
On opening night of "No Why," a show of 50 photographs taken by Jean-Louis Blondeau of his friend, high-wire walker Philippe Petit, the National Arts Club was packed, uncomfortably, with attendees. Susan Sarandon was there, to introduce Mr. Blondeau in a speech. So were Tim Robbins, Cuba Gooding Jr. and the guy who replaced Jesse Read More
We’ve all done it. One minute you get innocently sucked into watching The Breakfast Club on VH1. The next thing you know it’s 5 a.m. and you’re still only halfway through that Lord of the Rings marathon you stumbled upon on Encore. And as much as you feel cracked out and like less of a Read More
DENVER—"There’s my girl!" Chevy Chase bellowed as Madeline Albright walked into the backroom of the Vanity Fair-Google party on Thursday, August 28. The towering comedian, who was clad in a blazer, T-shirt and jeans, bent down to embrace his old friend. They discussed plans to get together—Mr. Chase promising an e-mail from "his people"—mugged for Read More
Last night the much-discussed Hollywood contingent here in Denver, who have been lending their “visibility” to myriad
events and causes all over town, congregated in the V.I.P. section of the Black Eyed Peas concert. Members of the Creative Coalition’s
hard-working band of entertainers—Alan Cumming, Tim Daly, Anne Hathaway, Spike Lee, Barry Levinson, Read More