The countdown to spring (March 20, if you're keeping track) begins this weekend. Spring means love and better weather, and both are in the air. Here's how to celebrate them: Urban Park Rangers will host an evening of gazing at the stars with a "Night Sky" talk at Belvedere Castle, in Central Park. A ... More >>
New York resolutions
Murray Hill hosts his annual swinging shindig
The lead the singer for the bands Bikini Kill and Le Tigre left the stage for early retirement in 2005. This was after what would have already been a full career playing punk rock and electronic music, as well as promoting and participating in feminist activism--much of it through the riot grrrl mov ... More >>
Prepare for a full pre-Thanksgiving agenda this weekend as we help you sweat off the pounds (before you gain a couple next week) on the dance floor, and while you whiz through the shopping aisles. Pack some water. You're going to need it. Friday [Lit] Have a couple of shots tonight to honor come ... More >>
Breaking Big, But Slowly
Last night at the Cutting Room, Cynthia Nixon and Alan Cumming hosted a rousing event for mayoral wannabe Bill de Blasio, whose liberal stance and "We want our city back!" slogan have become pretty irresistible in the face of our Mary Poppins state. In fact, I appeared in a skit with Unitard's Nora ... More >>
I'm hearing that stars who'll be gracing Cherry Grove's Ice Palace with performances this summer will include... Chita Rivera Margaret Cho John Waters
Our Hit Parade says good-bye
Playwrights Horizons was filled to capacity for The Night of 1000 Judys, a combo concert/comedy show benefiting the Ali Forney Center. Host Justin Sayre--who's sort of Oscar Wilde meets Whoopi Goldberg--was hilarious, with his offhand monologues about the need for Judy Garland worship (and any othe ... More >>
The late Judy Garland would have turned 90 yesterday, so Liza Minnelli sent out a message: "Today is a day for celebration. We celebrate the privilege of having had Mama touch all of our lives. She left us with so many feelings we never would have discovered about our self until she exquisitely tra ... More >>
Let all the children boogie
Murray Hill, the hardest-working middle-aged man in showbiz, will finally be as famous in the U.K. as he is in HK! Murray has landed a segment called "That's Showbiz With Murray Hill" on Dirty Digest, the racy, dishy, funtastic show on E4, which premieres there tonight.
Lisa Lampanelli, me, Countess LuAnnMatthew Rettenmund did a kaleidoscopic Boyculture blog about my book party at Copacabana Monday night. He dove into the event so thoroughly, in fact, he chatted up people I didn't even know were there. Enjoy the linked spread he did, which includes these a ... More >>
The Copacabana turned it out last night with food, booze, percussionists, and dancing Copa girls for the gala launch of my book, Fork on the Left, Knife in the Back, promoted by Chip Duckett. Countess LuAnn de Lesseps and Lisa Lampanelli cohosted and were pure delight, both taking the stage ... More >>
Friars do Quentin Tarantino to a turn; Miami's pretty hot, too
Murray Hill . . . on ice!
The OHP gang sings goodbye to the 00s
Celebrate the many faces of David Robert Jones
Who cares if it's legal?
Join the best frat in town
International relations take a dive
Murray Hill has the Academy to thank
I'm kind of obsessed with Kenny Mellman, Neal Medlyn, and Bridget Everett's blog, where the trio posts a reworked pop song every day. The best is "Medley Mondays," when they combine two songs with the same names, like the brilliant slow-dance mashup of "Rehab" (Rihanna and Winehouse), and an exami ... More >>
Objectifying BK heartthrobs was never so fun
Broadways Top Girl, a folk singer, and her folks
Herb branches out
The hysterical sex
At Lincoln Center, the ambiance of felching. Elsewhere, smoking gossip.
A fleshy revue that's overdone but rare