In her 50 years in fashion, Diana Vreeland preached reinvention relentlessly — and practiced it, too.
In the war against terrorism, New York’s hospitals are a key line of defense.
Garry Shandling, Mira Sorvino, The Osbournes, Connie Chung, Missy Elliot, and more . . .
The Truth About Charlie is too much a director’s holiday to be satisfying (and Mark Wahlberg is no Cary Grant)
Twyla Tharp misses with Movin’ Out; Michel Legrand delivers a fun — if flat — French opera
David Rockefeller’s Memoirs mixes money, morality, modesty, vanity, and grandeur
Two underappreciated artists, Théodore Chassériau and Adolph Gottlieb, finally get their due
Steve Reich’s sonically enhanced but disappointingly tepid Three Tales at BAM
John Leonard reviews Galileo’s Battle for the Heavens, 24, Woodie’s World, The Topdog Diaries, Carrie, and The Pact
Scott Conant’s L’Impero: Terrific Tuscan in Tudor City
Howard Lutnick’s 9/11 book was going to be this fall’s blockbuster. Now it’s coming out in January — without his name on it.
Hot Plate spotlights AIX, on the Upper West Side
He may be a literary rock star, but Dave Eggers is no Eminem. Check out sales of his new book at indie New York bookstores.
After Matias Reyes’s confession in the Central Park jogger case, one of his earlier victims finally discovers who attacked her.
Gotham Real Estate / Deal of the Week: a one-bedroom loft on Barrow Street
We asked foodies: What’s the grossest — um, most adventurous — thing you’ve ever eaten?
Take it from me: When media people fail, they become media columnists. And now Tina Brown apparently is taking it from me.
If Carl McCall loses, get ready for the blame game — in fact, it’s already started
Why studio heavyweights Scott Rudin and Harvey Weinstein can’t live with — or without — each other
Leather stacking trays; festive gift wraps for wine; a duct-tape wallet
Cozy shearling hats, bags, and scarves