Even if the creative types didn’t outnumber the bankers, at least they showed them a good time at the Brooklyn Artists Ball.
After playing Southern Democrat Frank Underwood for two seasons on “House of Cards,” Kevin Spacey addressed the realism of the Netflix series using his own true-to-life impression of Bill Clinton.
Serving as a chairman of the Robin Hood Foundation’s annual benefit in New York may be the closest some Wall Streeters get to being treated like a rock star.
Mayor Bill de Blasio expressed satisfaction with the rising value of his property in Park Slope, Brooklyn, at a gala for the New York Police Foundation last night.
A hospital, a museum and a public broadcaster walked into a bar last night after their galas. They were eager to boast.
Gordon Ramsay plans to open two more restaurants in London this year, one of them with the sportsman David Beckham. This is a good time to consider his impact on gastronomy rather than his pantomime role as an angry TV chef.
Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation, which distributes as much as $12 million in grants annually, has set its sights on helping Mexicans and Mexican-Americans get ahead in New York City.
There’s hope for the Starks: Isaac Hempstead Wright, the 14-year-old British actor who plays the crippled prophetic dreamer Bran Stark in “Game of Thrones,” follows the markets.
Jeff Bezos tried the alligator meat at the 110th Explorers Club Annual Dinner.
Eric Mandl, a senior managing director at Guggenheim Securities LLC, put his focus on technology deals aside last night to revel in his love for art at the Frick Collection.