Getting Freaky Deaky with the sober funnyman
Fools Gold Day Off City Winery Monday, September 5 Better than: Catching bullets at a parade. New York City empties out on Labor Day weekend, but for the past two years those who've stuck around have been able to see behind the curtain on what's next, on what's nexter-than-next, and the emerging ... More >>
Diana Ross, 'Mahogany'Cinematic fashion shows are so much fun because they're usually only about five minutes long. Which are the most radiant? Thanks to Christian Freedom for this blog idea.
At last night's Gordon Parks Awards Dinner and Auction called "Celebrating Creativity," no one was celebrating more creatively than honoree Karl Lagerfeld, who has livened up almost as many of my nights out as Courtney Love. With his silver ponytail bopping and his shades proving as impenetr ... More >>
An old-school MC warms himself in slightly trendier clothing
Page Six Magazine profiled model Brooklyn Decker -- who lives in DUMBO, Brooklyn -- for this season's issue of the failed-but-somehow-still-living magazine. You can imagine how this goes:
If you're going to come to New York to work in fashion, you should probably know the difference between cocaine and anthrax. It's that simple. Via Page Six, an employee of NYC fashion megastar Marc Jacobs didn't, as she received a package that had powder in it, thought it was Anthrax, called ... More >>
Anna Wintour, Diddy, and Oprah got their rap on like it was 1998. MTV's Jersey Shore is being sued for profiting off of... being Jersey Shore. Letterman's extortionist is off to the hoosegow. The SexFraggle now known as Ke$ha played a Bat Mitzvah at Cipriani. These are Wednesday's Gossip Folk ... More >>
Go west, middle-aged man!
You'll never guess who I saw on my latest outing.
Wear a condom while reading this: My sit-down with the Russian-born gay-porn czar
Stiller's satire is way past its expiration date
A Korean pop mogul with a thing for Berry Gordy has invaded New York, and he's brought a stable of potential stars with him
Two beloved scribes release two dramatically different books, and celebrate accordingly
Hey Nostradamus: Soccer riots and secret islands in superbly cynical debut
Baxter actor Theroux on David Lynch and the art of deadpan
Frat-Packers Vaughn and Wilson look for booty, find adulthood in hollow but charming comedy
Freaky fun that will have you feeling festive
Don't give up on them baby: Stiller and Wilson resurrect ambiguously gay supercop duo
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