Six years ago, in an oft-told conversion tale, Scott Harrison stopped promoting hot New York nightclubs selling $350 bottles of vodka and soon found himself helping to fund water projects in the developing world.
St. John Frizell, proprietor of the bar Fort Defiance in Red Hook, Brooklyn, speared a black plastic dagger through a grapefruit peel last night as he recited from “Macbeth”:
Tennis star Venus Williams hired Taco Boy for her house-warming in Los Angeles. Adrian Grenier and his fellow “ Entourage ” stars were served on the set by Baby’s Badass Burgers.
The Fifth Avenue apartment offered a fine and high-priced view of Central Park, lush with May greenery.
As a private-equity lawyer at Kirkland & Ellis LLP, Duncan Quinn favored custom-tailored suits. His idea of a hobby was to open a Manhattan boutique in 2003.
Hulu LLC, the online video service owned by Fox, ABC and NBC, announced four new original series in meetings with advertisers as the website seeks to offer shows that can’t be found on television.
Nicknames, says the self-deluded shrink played by Lisa Kudrow in Showtime’s “Web Therapy,” are nice icebreakers.
The war fought in America’s living rooms makes a vivid return on History’s “Vietnam in HD.”
Producer Bert Marcus, whose credits include “Teenage Paparazzo,” raised more than $15 million to finance films including “How to Make Money Selling Drugs,” a documentary featuring 50 Cent and Eminem .
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