“Two laps around the room, no more than one glass of wine,” said art dealer Larry Gagosian last night at the New York Observer’s 25th anniversary party.
I'll be at home in Washington this weekend, but my mind will wander to New York's Madison Square Garden and memories of Patrick Ewing, "The Pearl," Yul Brynner, Rollie Massimino and Howard Cosell.
President Barack Obama, wearing white tie and tails at Washington’s premiere show of political satire, made light of budget cuts consuming the capital.
Anne Hathaway won the Oscar award for best supporting actress for her portrayal of the ill-fated Fantine in the musical “Les Miserables,” as Hollywood honored the best work of 2012.
Last night was one big sister act at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Ben Affleck’s “Argo,” about the rescue of American hostages from Iran more than 30 years ago, won the Academy Award for best picture, beating eight other films including “Lincoln.”
Christoph Waltz and Anne Hathaway won best supporting actor and actress as Hollywood awarded Oscars for the best work of 2012.
“Argo,” the story of a stealth mission to rescue a group of U.S. hostages from Iran in 1980, was voted best film at the British Academy Film Awards, or Baftas, last night. Its director Ben Affleck also won.
Tom Hooper’s last movie was about a man who got help from a speech coach. His new movie features a cast that had help from a voice coach.
From the red carpet at the entrance to the screening of nominated films, the fundraiser had an Oscar theme.
"We live in a moment when images of revolution are commonplace on TV."
- Les Miserables on Jan 07, 2013