Eli Wallach, who won a Tony Award on Broadway and appeared in more than 100 movies, starring opposite Clint Eastwood as a scheming treasure-seeker in “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” (1966), has died. He was 98.
Yet another emerging artist got some help from the Chelsea Hotel on Monday night, though the circumstances might have left the hotel's previous, bohemian residents scratching their heads. For starters, the building is closed for renovations, and has been since 2011. The exhibition took place in the Hotel Chelsea Storefront Gallery on the ground floor.
Ibrahim Vajzovic sits behind a large wooden desk at First Bosnian Insurance Agency, the company he started in St. Louis eight years ago, and talks about the values of education and hard work. It’s one of three businesses he owns, in addition to teaching a course at Webster University, a liberal-arts college in Webster Groves.
Sidney Lumet , the director of “12 Angry Men,” “Dog Day Afternoon” and “Network,” whose films explored themes of injustice and used the gritty streets of New York as a supporting character, has died. He was 86.
Scarlett Johansson is guaranteed a minimum of $40,000 a week to add a dose of sex and glamour to the battered Broadway season in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” according to offering papers distributed to investors.