Annie LeibovitzDespite being one of the most famous and well-recognized photographers of our time, Annie Leibovitz continues to struggle as a financially viable artist, according to a huge feature in the Financial Times. The paper uses Leibovitz as a microcosm of the divide between "specialis ... More >>
The Wall Street Journal visited two strip clubs, the Pussycat Lounge and New York Dolls, both within blocks of Ground Zero, to interview strippers about their thoughts on the Islamic Center hoop-la. Kudos to the Journal for thinking of a new angle on a story that's been told and retold endles ... More >>
Film critic extraordinaire Roger Ebert battled Gene Siskel on At The Movies, and then he had to battle Richard Roeper and cancer, but he's not giving up just yet. In an interview with AFTRA magazine, the feistier-than-ever union member reveals:
Well, there goes the AEG Aqueduct deal. Albany has withdrawn its support for the Aqueduct Entertainment Group bid that earlier this year won the "racino" video gaming concession at Aqueduct Raceway. Today the state Division of the Lottery announced it "has concluded that it cannot issue a g ... More >>
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A Victorian fairy tale gets an operatic adaptation
Singaporeans will soon be getting the Daniel Boulud treatment. Diner's Journal reports that the chef will open a 120-seat DB Bistro Moderne in the new Marina Bay Sands casino resort, owned by the same group that owns the Venetian in Las Vegas. And speaking of Vegas, Boulud has also confirmed ... More >>
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