The Honey Brothers (with Adrian Grenier) Random Warehouse on Tenth Ave. Wednesday, April 18 Better Than: Would Turtle's band be Saigon? Let's get this out of the way now: Adrian Grenier was member of new-wave folk troupe Honey Brothers before he was Vince Chase on Entourage and not the other way a ... More >>
The Glammy Awards are Cherry Jubilee's gala tribute to promoters, comics, drag queens, bartenders, gogo boys, and bloggers. But the Glammys deserves an award of their own for the annual Aaron Cobbett shot of the previous year's winners decked out in a zingy color theme as only the club crowd ... More >>
The best and most balanced obit for the Oakland Raiders' Al Davis, who died Saturday, was by Bruce Weber in the New York Times. There is, however, a curious and unexplained line in the story: "Wherever the team called home, Oakland or Los Angeles, Mr. Davis was a fan favorite — until he wasn't ... More >>
Shane McBride, the former chef de cuisine at Colicchio & Sons, is now cooking at Balthazar, where he has been since February. [Eater] Not to be outdone by the likes of Eric Ripert, who has had cameos on Treme, Bobby Flay will appear on Entourage as the lover of Ari Gold's wife. [Eater] Guy ... More >>
Remember when singer Ari Gold told us he was asked to move to the back of the Shortline Bus because he was holding hands with his boyfriend? And the driver even called over a state trooper, who said nothing wrong was going on and the guy should just keep on driving? Well, Shortline's Geor ... More >>
You read here about singer Ari Gold holding hands with his boyfriend on a Shortline bus and being told by the driver to go to the back of the vehicle because it made him uncomfortable. When Gold refused, the driver nervily called for a state trooper, who decided nothing illegal was going on ... More >>
Singer Ari Gold says he was on a Short Line bus this weekend that was less than civil, especially when it comes to civil rights. Gold was holding hands with a man in the front seat. Says he: "The driver told us if we wanted to continue sitting together, we had to sit in the back." Frustra ... More >>
And I helped! Last night, I judged a contest with just that name at RockBar in the West Village, hosted by Sir Ari Gold, a self-admitted "pushy Jew" singer.
Black people revive the Great White Way. Plus a hue and cry from Mel Brooks.
New HBO comedy confirms there are no small parts—nor actors wih small egos