The man who dressed studio 54
Will Generation LGBTQIA redefine the workplace?
Hey: Albums! In case people still care about these things, here's a batch of potentially interesting releases arriving in the calendar year.
Bar d'O was a gay-drenched downtown restaurant which lit up the '90s with a live, intimate cabaret show that was racy, soulful, and right up on your plate. The place closed, but fortunately it never really went away. For eight years, Indochine has been hosting Bar d'O reunion shows, and the one las ... More >>
Who's that girl?
viaUnless you've been living in a box, you're aware that the Oscars are tonight. While we won't be live-blogging the event like we did last year, we do have some hopes and anticipations for tonight's ceremony. So get in your gown (you do have one, don't you?), sit down in front of your laptop ... More >>
Parties you'll remember the next day
Tonight marks yet another Republican presidential debate, and podium enthusiasts across the country will be glued to their TV screens when the candidates take the stage. The CBS/National Journal/Pennzoil/Burger King/Papa John's/AMC Loews/Comcast/Olive Garden/Mercedes/StarKist/Beef 'O' Brady's ... More >>
Mixing origami and impersonation in inspiring ways, Venice-born Ennio Marchetto just brought his show Ennio: The Living Paper Cartoon to the New York Musical Theatre Festival. (I saw the final show of his run last night, but I hear he'll be back like a human parcel.) Ennio serves up a dizzying seri ... More >>
When awards shows get nominated for awards, it's a little like a dog sniffing its own butt. And sure enough, the Emmys have nominated the Tonys, the Oscars, and the Golden Globes, all of which will probably end up competing for a Pulitzer! It's all so creepily incestual it's like a cult in ... More >>
David Letterman is no stranger to lust: This is a man who had so much sex with his female employees that people once held a rally to get him fired for being a pervert. And though he remains a national treasure, his eyes do tend to wander, even today. On Monday night, British songstress Adele ... More >>
That's Dean & DeLuca's Robert Lambert cake on the left, Myers of Keswick's Bryson's of Keswick cake on the right. Ah, fruitcake. Not only is it the red-headed stepchild of the Christmas table, it is also its Cher, seemingly impervious to time and a model of eerie self-preservation. The two s ... More >>
Just how awkward will the awkwardly staged moment between Kanye West and Taylor Swift be? Will Eminem deign to smile? Which uncomfortable pop star will B.o.B choose to bring up on stage with him? And how will your hosts, Pitchfork's Ryan Dombal and eMusic's Sean Fennessey, make it to midnight withou ... More >>
Shooting from the hips about Allen Ginsberg, Ron Galella, and other provocateurs
The trailer's exciting. If that's not your thing, then try Hairspray. It grows on you.
Joining the anti-war surge on Washington? Plot your itinerary now.
Madonna gives us the world, but suddenly it's not enough
The sick, sublime joy of celeb-bashing blogs
Plus: Style tips from the undead
Thinning on top, the leaders of the Smashing Pumpkins, Pixies, and Husker Du try to make their aged alt-rock last forever
Jonah Matranga farms out parts to pros, pursues songs for real
Still-human ex-switchboards from Ohio emerge homespun
Adult-oriented like Journey, not like, well, you know who
The Contenders' Exit Strategies
The Fall 2002 Fashion Shows
A Course in Corsets
My spies say that Playgirl is planning to run nude beach shots of Ricky Martin, presumably revealing la pinga loca.
People Who Need People
The future looks blight
No sense making sense now