Supermarket magnate John Catsimatidis thinks he’s figured out how to make himself Mayor in 2009.
He’s got money, certainly. And he’s got connections: He’s a key bundler for Hillary Clinton and claims her husband, the former President, as a friend.
All he needs now is a political party.
He’s a Democrat, but he’s decided that Read More
Despite his illustriously shaggy hair and dirty mouth, sexagenarian Scottish comedian Billy Connolly isn’t (yet) a humor icon in America. Maybe that will change for New Yorkers: He and his wife Pamela, a comedienne turned psychotherapist, have bought an apartment in the Flatiron district.
According to city records, they paid $3.85 million for a 10th-story Read More
Today, Time Inc. announced the closure of LIFE magazine, the thin Parade-like weekly newspaper supplement. The company will continue the LIFE brand online, and in books.
Full release afer the jump
TIME INC. TO CLOSE LIFE MAGAZINE NEWSPAPER SUPPLEMENT
LIFE TO LAUNCH MASSIVE PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTAL
Collection Contains 10 Million Photos; 97% Have Read More
Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrión thinks a lot about the year 2009.
“In terms of candidates for Mayor?” he said in an interview. “What else is there, right?”
He went down the list.
There’s “my friend [City Comptroller] Billy Thompson, who was sitting in the front row when I gave my State of the Read More
Journalists Sam Tait, Tony Best and I are going to moderate a televised forum for candidates in the special election to fill the City Council seat in Brooklyn that was recently vacated by Representative Yvette Clarke.
It’ll air tonight between 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Time Warner channel 56, and on CableVision channel Read More
The eastern Upper East Side is probably the only neighborhood that beats the Flatiron district (think of all the jocky bars!) for attracting baseball stars.
And so, in a way, it’s not a surprise that All-Star third baseman David Wright, according to a source with knowledge of the deal, has signed a contract for the Read More
The refusal by Time Warner boss Dick Parsons to rule out a mayoral run this week turned out to have been a brilliant piece of public relations, leading to a spate of respectful media speculation and, today, to this enthusiastic editorial in the New York Post.
“Over the last five years, one media Read More
June 6, 2006
6 pounds, 12 ounces
St. Vincent’s Hospital
Rosemary’s Baby, part deux? Stephanie Adler Yuan’s water broke two weeks before she was due, at the crack of dawn on a demonic date. Oh my God—we’re having a 6/6/6 baby! was her first thought. Luckily her firstborn, a petite, Read More
At the massive gathering of the National Magazine Awards on Tuesday, May 9, at Jazz at Lincoln Center, Jennifer Lopez was a popular topic of conversation, even more popular than usual. Mrs. Marc Anthony had been at Time’s celebration of the Time 100, a special issue of Time magazine devoted to “the world’s most influential Read More