Yesterday, I had a chi-chi lunch at Barney's with hat designer David Shilling, who told me he makes the most expensive hats in the world, and each one is a unique piece.
What's more, the male models who sport them happen to be works of art unto themselves.
These photos of his astounding creations ... More >>
Hanukkah is a time for enjoying Jewish culinary traditions with family and friends, and to that end we present a daily competition between Ashkenazi and Sephardic food, going up around sunset on the first seven days of Hanukkah - and presenting a wrap-up as the sun goes down on the eighth day. Whose ... More >>
According to the invaluable map in Next magazine, HK and environs has no fewer than 13 LGBT bars!
(There's Vlada, Posh, Barrage, Therapy, Industry, Hardware, Escuelita, Fairytail Lounge, The Ritz, Flaming Saddles, Bar-Tini, xl, and Ninth Avenue Saloon).
And there's a ... More >>
I've scoured the twitter feeds to come up with today's most tart emissions from funny ladies with a delightful axe to grind:
Kathy Griffin, responding to someone who tweeted, "Get some class. Ur mouth is like a sewer.":
"Ahhh blow me. Love, KG"
People on the gay sex app Grindr rally know their stuff (even if they never quite learned the proper spelling of Grinder).
So the app polled them about the gayest places in the world, and they voted with one hand while doing God knows what with the other.
Here are the illustrious winners:
Gayest ... More >>
This week in the Voice, out today: Graham Rayman revisits the NYPD tapes, detailing a report corroborating whistleblower Adrian Schoolcraft's complaints about police misconduct: "In other words, at the same time that police officials were attacking Schoolcraft's credibility, refusing to pay him, and ... More >>
Scientology's unopened building in JaffaHere at the Voice we've reported this year on some pretty hard to believe worldwide developments in the ongoing Scientology saga -- from allegations of lying about child molestation in Australia, to splitting up families in California, to a months long ... More >>
Whether you've lived in New York for one year or 50, you will have encountered at various points the phenomenon of the New York City neighbor, that extending to anyone who lives next door, next door-next door, on the other side, upstairs, downstairs, somewhere mysteriously ensconced in the de ... More >>
Grand Central PublishingIn case you Fork in the Road readers don't Google-stalk me, you might not know that I wrote a book called Four Kitchens: My Life Behind the Burner in New York, Hanoi, Tel Aviv, and Paris, which recounts the year I spent learning to cook in restaurants around the world. ... More >>
Benicio saw this one comingThings have been a little quiet stateside for Scientology watchers (where's that next part of the Leiby saga, Marty?), but over in Israel, all hell has broken loose.
For the last couple of weeks, we've been writing about what happens in the U.S. if Scientology cons ... More >>
The Low Anthem's American folk and roots music does exude "hymnal purity," (well put, Uncut Magazine), but don't worry about being lulled to sleep, as the quartet (to your left) will dynamically shuffle around zithers, pump organs, and clarinets within a single set at the Bowery Ballroom. Or, ... More >>