On generational narcissism.
Make the most of what's left of the long weekend.
Forty-two years after “Radical Chic” and 25 since Bonfire, Tom Wolfe is still stalking the billion-footed-beast of the Big Social Novel.
Tom Wolfe, Michael Chabon and a little someone named...J.K. Rowling!
Last night was magazine-town's big night out.
This time, it's music critic Alex Ross in his crosshairs.
'We're in the middle of a happiness explosion!'
Last night, hundreds of New Yorkers attended a memorial service hosted by ‘New York’ Magazine and Gail Sheehy for ‘New York’ founding editor Clay Felker.
Next week's issue of the magazine will contain an oral history of Clay Felker's career both here and elsewhere; we've got a preview.
The writer predicts "the end of capitalism," and may be right; Ariana Huffington talks about her beef with Tim Russert; and a Manhattan lawyer does due diligence with the Other Side, all in our daily rundown of weird, wonderful finance, media, law and real-estate news.
Plus gossip on Warren Buffett, 50 Cent, and Anne Hathaway, in today's column roundup.
The writer disses Norman Foster on the Upper East Side, erotic yet "tender" art is nixed in the South Bronx, and more Ikea mania, in our hump-day boroughs report.
Plus: Mel Gibson takes the lead, 'I Am Charlotte Simmons' to film, and '13' is headed to Broadway.
What Tom Wolfe, Evan Rachel Wood, Amy Sacco, and Carson Kressley think the Big B should do with his time in the city.
A literary hero flummoxes us for a moment when he asks, out of the blue, about one of today's boring technological marvels