Poor dead George Steinbrenner doesn't even have a grave to spin in yet, and already he's being raked over the coals for his past sins.
First came Jim Dwyer's recounting of The Boss's legacy of egotism and abuse in today's Times, which recalls how Steinbrenner shook hands with Ed Koch on a l ... More >>
As opposed to Overheard in New York, or Overheard Anywhere Else, really, Overheard at Art Fairs - the work of a one Howard L. Rehs of Art Market Monitor - guarantees an inherently servicey slant if written by someone who actually mans one of the booths at an art fair, as a list of both the pe ... More >>
Ever wonder what online poker companies think of you, the consumer?
Well, on the heels of our piece in this week's Voice about James Giordano and Internet gambling, someone forwarded us an investment bank's analysis of an online poker company named PartyGaming.
Advocates of online poker lik ... More >>