Cruising for surreal NYC Housewives. Plus, high and low fashion, plus some new and old-fashioned on Broadway.
Shopping spree: Shoppers ducked for cover as bullets flew between a vendor and cops in Times Square yesterday. In Thursday's bizarre Times Square shootout that sent shoppers ducking for cover CD hawker Raymond Martinez was still strong enough to fight with cops while pinned down and suffering a mor ... More >>
People are frequently shot in New York, but in this instance the victim was allegedly a peddler with a gun, he was shot by cops, and this all took place in the guest drop-off zone of the Marriott Marquis, site of a Broadway theater (White Christmas is playing there) and near the epicenter of ... More >>
The other night, I went to the annual Night of 1000 Gowns at the Marriott, which benefited the Imperial Court of New York, and which was filled with ceiling-scraping cross dressers with amazing hair, fabulous sequins, and most of all, great names! Some of the best noms-de-plumed-trannie from that ... More >>
There aren't nearly enough words around to convey all the amazing feelings I've got inside me, so I'm going to have to make some up. Wikipedia credits me for inventing 'celebutard,' and though I don't think that's the case, I'll gladly take credit for it since I'm a total journadouche. But I AM here ... More >>
Mayor Michael Bloomberg might have officially stepped away from running the company that made him a billionaire, but that doesn't mean he's stopped giving it a plug whenever he can. In a speech this morning on the dire topic of the struggling financial markets, Bloomberg sounded like he was making ... More >>
The picks of the litter. In other business: Travolta's not exactly Divine, is he?
Michael Shannon flies first-class in a new thriller; Olbermann gets an award named after a former thriller. Plus other gnats and tats.
They were detectives. I said, How can you build property so small from scratch?
There's ice all over the place—they said, make sex on the beach
Former ambassador livid over Senate "ambush." Arab Americans, way past angry, play along
Notes from a year with the man who would be veep
As the world turns: The floor is spinning before your head is
Brooklyn Dems Celebrate as Scandal Mounts
An Open Letter From Israel to American Tourists
But in Mayors Race, the Industry Hasnt Picked a Horse Yet
Publishers Scramble to Make Electronic Books a Reality
From The New York Times Editors
Can Window Dressing Turn Into a Window?
New Dramatists Turns 50
Role-Playing Microsofties Trigger Security Alerts
Advice from the ball circuit: 'This category is about your face, not your booty. Now ride your broomstick out of here, baby gorilla.'
The Dubious Drug-Education Program Takes New York