The Rich Are Different
Oracle chief Larry Ellison has saved Carbon Beach, a section of Malibu, from pink slime burgers and sticky, soda-covered floors by importing a couple of bougie restaurants.
The Hawaiian island overlord is also Carbon Beach’s biggest landowner, so he used his oracular influence to persuade Nobu Matsuhisa to toss the town a sushi resto, The Hollywood Reporter says. Great idea if they’re trying to lure the real Lindsay Lohan, who hasn’t been seen since her evil twin took over in 2004.
“If I had abs,” said the comedian Artie Lange as he held his medicine ball-sized paunch in his hands, “I would be dead.”
The former Howard Stern sidekick was sitting inside the new Varick Street studio that is home to The Nick & Artie Show, the sports-and-comedy talk show on Sirius Radio and DirecTV that he co-hosts with fellow comedian Nick DiPaolo. He was cradling his gut, pointing at the scars where nearly three years ago, in his Hoboken home, he took a 13-inch Wolfgang Puck kitchen knife and stabbed himself repeatedly: Six times with hesitation. Three times with conviction.
This morning we caught up with mega-chef and restaurateur Wolfgang Puck at the New York Women in Communications Matrix Awards where he presented Ruth Reichl with an award for her achievements as Gourmet’s editor-in-chief.
Naturally we asked Los Angeles-based Mr. Puck if he’s had any exceptional dining experiences while visiting our celebrity Read More
Hillary Clinton's supporters have said that her fund-raising strategy in the second quarter, by contrast with the glitzy big-name events that followed the campaign’ launch, will feature a greater number of smaller-dollar and smaller-crowd events.
Yesterday in Los Angeles, she held a rare single-constituency fund-raiser – it was exclusively for women — at Read More
Todd English was standing near the wood-burning oven, his big, square jaw set as he looked out through the open kitchen of his new restaurant, Olives, at the W Hotel in Union Square. It was the third night of the unofficial soft opening, and Mr. English, who is Boston’s most famous chef, seemed pretty calm Read More