I'm not trying to make something cute out of the tragic death of Natasha Richardson, the fine actress who died after a skiing accident last year. But there have definitely been some creepy coincidences about the aftermath of her passing. Mama Vanessa Redgrave promptly canceled out of schedu ... More >>
The DJ will play "Spotlight" by Jennifer Hudson and all I can think of is her hideously murdered family members. It's not really all that conducive to raising your fists in the air and going "Woo!" Then they play "Please Don't Stop The Music" and all that comes to mind is the horrid whoopin' Rihann ... More >>
Last night Broadway dimmed its lights for Natasha Richardson, who died Wednesday after a freak accident on a ski slope. Her family and friends held her wake in New York today; she will be interred in Dutchess County. Press accounts scour the story for angles: Why did it take four hours to get her to ... More >>
And how was your week? Our week began with a Top Model riot and ended with a days-long pitchfork uprising over A to the I to the G, ad nauseum. But we had some fun in between. Surely the highlight of the week was our Bill O'Reilly audio porn, which drew the attention of many hardcore aficionados. ... More >>
Natasha Richardson, of the famous Redgrave acting family and star of The Handmaid's Tale and The Comfort of Strangers, was seriously injured in a skiing accident yesterday and reportedly sustained a serious head injury; the Post says she is brain dead. Time Out reported the actress dead, then amende ... More >>
As Natasha Richardson struggles to recover from her skiing accident, I'm looking over her career credits and finding them all extremely worthy of the child of two Oscar winners. Among my faves: 1988: Patty Hearst. Natasha was riveting as the kidnapped and brainwashed heiress whom I now count as a p ... More >>
I'm taking a quick break from my dazzling vacation in Buenos Aires--all right, Murray Hill--to tell you what bit of celebu-cultural excitement I happened to spot last night. At a performance of the Broadway revival of that slithering drama of sexual deception, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, guess who I s ... More >>
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On the Academy Awards, I loved the quick cut to Warren and Annette after Whoopi's crack about older men and younger women.