Won’t you take a break and spend the afternoon sipping tea before you catch your train home, Jason Hicks, co-owner of the Peacock in New York, suggests.
Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group Inc. is offering a 24 percent profit for traders who bet regulatory scrutiny and the worst credit markets in two years won’t scuttle its takeover by Hertz Global Holdings Inc.
“A smirk and a cheesy one-liner?,” sneers a villainess during some finely choreographed mayhem in Shane Black’s “Iron Man 3.”
A guy tells his female partner their business deal is saved. An unknown foreign financier has promised to wire them millions of dollars by the next morning.
“Man of Steel” is an hour of back story, an hour of explosions and crashing skyscrapers and then a half-hour-long fistfight. I counted two jokes.
As Sandy the hurricane swept up the East Coast, Sandy the canine star of “Annie” lay on a couch in upper Manhattan with a rope toy.
Rambo meets Mother Teresa in “Machine Gun Preacher,” the true story of an ex-con biker who finds God and devotes his life to aiding orphans in war-ravaged Sudan.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt goes nowhere fast in “Premium Rush,” a chase movie coasting on bikes and borrowed ideas.
Indie folk band Bon Iver rocks out Radio City Music Hall this weekend.
Commanding new voices and rising young actors competed with revivals for attention in 2012. These were the best of them, on and off Broadway.
"It's a very' Downton Abbey' service, with classic English desserts, Queen's Guard tea and Wedgwood china."
- Michael Shannon on Apr 30, 2014