The Algonquin for 'Page Six'
This Sunday, CBS airs the 60th annual edition of the perennially ratings-challenged Tony Awards. A few ideas for how to get people to watch the damn thing.
Hip-replacement complications may cost a woman her leg.
The best summer reading: minimal brain cells required.
Still looking for a summer book that isn’t 100 percent trashy? Perhaps even one that’s 100 percent non-trashy (say, on Spinoza)? Here are five new(ish) titles that we’re particularly enthused about.
Nora Ephron on midlife, postfeminism, and the work she’s had done.
Representative Emanuel on Joementum, Hillary, and a “bipartisan” Dem takeover.
Christine Ebersole chats about—and with—Little Edie Beale.
Brace yourself, Stoppard fans: The master brings a nine-hour drama to Lincoln Center.
Envy-magnet Nell Freudenberger is back with a smart and rueful tale of a Chinese fish out of water.
Frank Rich connects the dots from the Green Zone to Hollywood.
The big questions, seen from the left and the right.