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Jimmy Buffett

  1. theater review
    Theater Review: When Margaritaville Comes to Times SquareHow it got here, I haven’t a clue.
  2. frozen concoctions
    New York City Might Soon Have an Entire Margaritaville HotelTwenty-nine floors dedicated to the “lyrics and lifestyle of Jimmy Buffett.”
  3. frozen concoctions
    New York’s Margaritaville Restaurant Won’t Open After AllAfter the loss of Señor Frog’s, this one stings.
  4. wasted away again in...
    Jimmy Buffett Margaritaville Musical Coming SoonNibble on spongecake and watch the sun bake in celebration.
  5. stupidity
    Jimmy Buffet Condemns North Carolina LawStupid, stupid, stupid.
  6. best friends forever
    Jimmy Buffett and Pharrell Williams Hung OutBecause they are soul mates.
  7. Down The Shore
    Margaritaville Set to Open in May at Resorts; Garces ‘Noodling’ WithBig changes are coming just in time for the start of the summer season.
  8. The Chain Gang
    Jimmy Buffett Unloads His Burger ChainHe sold Cheeseburger in Paradise for $11 million.
  9. Down the Shore
    Margaritaville Coming to Atlantic City’s ResortsThe new project will bring plenty of venues for Parrotheads to get wasted away time and again.
  10. business
    Warren Buffett Cans Cruise CEOA supposedly fun thing he’ll never do again, because he got fired.
  11. Celebrity Settings
    Patrick Ewing Needs More Pens at Lavo; Richard Gere Jams to Jimmy Buffett atPlus: Snooki’s dad strikes out with the ladies at Volstead, Madonna goes on a date at Nick & Toni’s, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
  12. Personalities
    Warren Buffett Wants to Buy Boston Speed Dog?We think he’d make a tidy profit.
  13. out on the weekend
    This Weekend’s Concerts, From Ke$ha to Tune-YardsPlus: Maroon 5, the Strokes, Ricky Martin, and more, in our weekly concert roundup.
  14. party chat
    Danny DeVito Kills With His Michael Douglas Snakebite StoryIt goes just where you think it will, but you’re still happy when you get there.
  15. The Chain Gang
    Margaritaville Margaritas Is in a New York State of MindThe chain thinks New York can support fifteen locations, and it has already planned its first.
  16. gossipmonger
    Adam Lambert Acts Out Because He’s a Former Fat KidIs that why he falls down, too?
  17. summering
    Paul McCartney, Jimmy Buffett, and Jon Bon Jovi Were All in the Same Place This WeekendBy which we mean the Hamptons, which stocks only one genre of musicians: rich ones. Find out where they and others ate, drank, and were merry in our weekly summer wrap-up.
  18. summering
    On the East End: Swine Flu 2, LiLo 0Didn’t make it to the Hamptons yet? Here’s everything that happened to everyone worth knowing.
  19. The Hold Steady and Music’s Booziest Bands and ArtistsThere are only a select few bands that have booze, whether in the form of lyrical content, real-life behavior, or (usually) a lot of both, truly ingrained in their artistic DNA.
  20. Other Blogs
    Strong IslandA new restaurant blog caters to LIRR commuters.
  21. summering
    Gwyneth Paltrow And Chris Martin Had Lunch With Guy RitchieGwyneth, Chris Martin, and Guy Ritchie had lunch at Fresno in East Hampton sans Madonna. What could they have been talking about? Plus, Jill Zarin decided she hates “eye lockers,” Peter Cook got a too shiny manicure, and more you missed if you weren’t in the Hamptons this past weekend.
  22. gossipmonger
    P. Diddy’s Feet Are a Hot MessWhat’s got Diddy’s dogs barking, what Kim Kardashian is doing to get back at Paris Hilton, and another reason to dislike of Gwyneth Paltrow in our daily roundup of the day’s gossip.
  23. loose threads
    New Valentino Designer Prepares for Debut; Balenciaga Wows Critics AgainTomorrow Alessandra Fachinetti presents her first collection as the creative director of Valentino after the man himself retired earlier this year, making her “potentially, one of the most powerful women in the industry.” She invited Valentino to her show and calls her collection “Valentino … with a twist,” which she hopes will attract younger customers. [Telegraph]