James Staley, chief executive of investment banking at JPMorgan Chase & Co., said he was at the NYU Cancer Institute gala last night “to support my wife.”
For today’s United Way of New York City fundraiser in Sagaponack, New York, chef Tom Colicchio called on Julianne Moore and Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter to give him a hand with the hosting.
Early in HBO’s political docudrama “Game Change,” a note-taking Sarah Palin, running for vice president of the United States, gets a crash course in geopolitics.
The world premiere of “Crazy, Stupid, Love” last night featured free popcorn, bottled water and some eye-catching outfits.
With all the hubbub about same-sex marriage, along comes a movie that reminds us that gay spouses can be as screwed up as heterosexual ones.
“A smirk and a cheesy one-liner?,” sneers a villainess during some finely choreographed mayhem in Shane Black’s “Iron Man 3.”
New Yorkers can currently see fine, radically different approaches to Anton Chekhov’s masterwork, “Uncle Vanya.”
"I feel so vindicated because Sarah Palin gave me a big thumbs down."
- Julianne Moore on Sep 23, 2012