Writing a critique of Seth MacFarlane's duties as Oscar host on the website of The New Yorker this morning, Amy Davidson found herself defending Chris Brown. At least sort of. "Relationships are complicated," she wrote in the midst of a stern rebuke of MacFarlane's Chris Brown/Rhianna joke, "and it ... More >>
Genesis tells me about losing Lady Jaye, as a new film about them appears
My new column is a fascinating interview with ex Psychic TV rocker and artist Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (above, right), who fell in love with the nurse-turned-dominatrix-and-performance-artist Lady Jaye (left) and hatched a plot.
Verse for those not averse
The Post Office has announced its commemorative stamps for 2009. Alaskan and Hawaiian statehood are honored, which should please Sarah Palin and Barack Obama, and four stamps depict stages in the career of Abraham Lincoln on the bicentennial of his birth. Literature is represented by Edgar Allen Poe ... More >>
Skin Dives, Las Vegas Gambles, and Chef Jamie Oliver Gets Naked, Emotionally
A new study examines the real economic life of artists
Family Day Values Uproot the Weed in Washington Square