I recently blogged about a brouhaha that emerged out of the December 15 tribute to late club impresario Don Hill at Irving Plaza. The event's producer, Trigger, felt he'd been screwed over by two very well-known promoters he worked with on the night.
Beloved club owner Don Hill -- who died last year -- got a big rock-band tribute at Irving Plaza recently, orchestrated by nightlife hero Trigger with the help of promoters Lyle Derek and Michael Schmidt (who did the long-running Squeezebox bash at Don Hill's). But true to his name, Trigger is piss ... More >>
The New Museum looks back at life during Communism
Holocaust victim?According to the reliable Richard Sandomir and Michael S. Schmidt in the Times, Tim McCarver is backtracking from trying to associate the Steinbrenners with Hitler and Stalin for their treatment of Joe Torre -- but he's not backing off too far.
Photo by Neil deMauseFollowing the Mets' improbable come-from-way-behind win over the Marlins yesterday, the Shea Stadium Citi Field scoreboard blared the slogan "We Believe in Home Field Advantage," along with the news that the Amazin's now boast a sparkling 22-9 record in Flushing.
Though it was related to page 70 in this morning's Daily News, Wednesday's decision by the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is going to have a huge impact on future reporting of performance enhancing drugs. Essentially the 9-2 vote means that the federal agents who sei ... More >>
Since Selena Roberts's February 7 Sports Illustrated story broke the news that Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids in 2003, we've maintained that there's no mystery as to how and why these names are being revealed: the federal agents who seized the 2003 test samples and the results ... More >>
Jackie Beat tears you a new one, and you like it; Detroit's disco d sells out