Michael Alig was released from prison last week. In the months leading up to his release, and the days since, Alig has been interviewed by Vanity Fair.com, People.com, Huffington Post Live, Inside Edition, Rolling Stone, Deadspin and The Daily Beast. He's scored writing gigs for the New York Post, W ... More >>
Arthur Weinstein was a feisty club owner, artist, and man about town. He was a genius. But his most interesting creative pursuit of all was being wired by the FBI so he could trap "bad cops"! Yep, Arthur traipsed all over town trying to get people to talk into his lapel!
Sally Hawkins just grins, while Greg Kinnear spills the Soup
Photo by Tim Fitzwater via Flickr Some of the beautiful photographs from Linda Troeller's upcoming book Atmosphere: An Artist's Memoir of the Chelsea Hotel are reprinted in the photo gallery that accompanies Tricia Romano's "Down At the Chelsea", a story about some of lesser known, but equally col ... More >>
Not everyone at the storied hotel is a legend: stories from some of the Chelsea's lesser-known residents