The new Strokes album lives up to its title, “Comedown Machine.”
Barry Colson, who plays the Hotel Europe piano bar during Davos, had the same jokes and songs last night at the Gansevoort Park Avenue.
Herbie Hancock ’s latest album takes its title from a John Lennon song that imagined a world with no national boundaries. Fittingly, “ The Imagine Project ” features an international group of musicians who recorded songs in cities around the globe.
At “Miracle-Seed Sunday” in Singapore’s New Creation Church last month, the pastor’s sermon was preceded by PowerPoint and video presentations, and donations were overseen by auditors.
The cause of death of Whitney Houston, the pop-soul diva whose record-setting career fell victim to substance abuse and a turbulent marriage, won’t be known for weeks.
Growing up in Havana, Jorge Gomez and his friends got around Fidel Castro ’s ban on U.S. music by taking their transistor radios to rooftops to steal Michael Jackson or Chaka Khan from the airwaves.
There was no scolding last night when former Citigroup Inc. chairman Richard Parsons spilled red wine on the white carpet at the Apollo Spring Gala.
The master of ceremonies made a mistake as he named John Thain one of the year’s finest dads, introducing him as the chief executive officer of Citigroup Inc.
The Carlyle Group managing director and co-founder David Rubenstein reflected on the differences between arts fundraising in Washington and New York.
Grace Jones will be staring down London fans as they go dance crazy at the Lovebox Festival.