“Who’s your barber?” I asked Lloyd Blankfein at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s gala last night, getting close to his light scruff for the second night in a row.
NBC is developing a new television series for comedian Bill Cosby, according to two people with knowledge of the situation.
Auctioneer Tobias Meyer, formerly of Sotheby’s, sat with artists Lisa Yuskavage, John Currin and Rachel Feinstein last night at a dinner for the Art Production Fund.
In the front parlor of the Harlem townhouse where Wes Anderson filmed “The Royal Tenenbaums,” kids performed in turquoise T-shirts.
William L. Clayton, an E.F. Hutton & Co. executive and board member who oversaw the brokerage’s advertising campaigns, including “When E.F. Hutton talks, people listen,” has died. He was 83.
In 1903, James K. Vardaman said during his gubernatorial campaign in Mississippi: “If it is necessary, every Negro in the state will be lynched.” He won that election and went on to the U.S. Senate.
Reverend Rick Christy’s story about how he lost $11,500 trading options starts in a Michigan sports stadium with Colin Powell, Rudy Giuliani and Terry Bradshaw.
Bruce Springsteen sang “Dancing in the Dark” last night by himself with acoustic guitar, filling the Theater at Madison Square Garden with a soulful quiet.
Art Linkletter , the genial radio and television host who spent more than two decades interviewing children and getting them to say “the darndest things,” has died. He was 97.
Finishing a bowl of Osteria Morini’s braised beef ravioli by yourself is like drinking an entire magnum of Barolo wine.
"I do not know why Wynton decided to do that."
- Bill Cosby on May 02, 2014