Julia Fox Wants Fame on Her Own Terms
Last week, the downtown diva discussed her memoir "Down the Drain" on stage at Metrograph. Can she be both a New York icon and a Hollywood star?
Somebody Explain Fran Lebowitz to Me
Some in the crowd at the Kings Theatre in Brooklyn last Saturday got to talk to the woman they felt like they knew.
The Eric Adams Table of Success
Our Long National ‘Real Housewives of New York City’ Nightmare Is Over
My personal and professional trial ends with a whimper.
The Intima Trades Raves for Performance Art in Ridgewood
Opening night at the new Queens performance art space featured "62 Years" with sexologist Hattie Weiner and Intima's "mother" Joni.
Charles Bissell Has Finally Moved on From the Wrens
The former singer/songwriter of the Wrens is about to release an album 13 years in the making: “I finally want to do music stuff, and maybe for the right reasons.”
Blonde Redhead’s Kazu Makino’s Long Journey Back to New York
Making the stately dream pop of "Sit Down for Dinner" brought the indie rock band back from the brink of breakup.
The Real Housewives of New York City Crawl Towards the Season Finale
And frankly, I'm crawling there too.
Arca’s Park Avenue Armory Spooktacular
In "Mutant;Destrudo," the experimental pop musician makes her own world in the Gothic Upper East Side landmark.
Spike Lee’s Stuff Is Cool. But What Does It All Mean?
"Creative Sources" at the Brooklyn Museum has everything but doesn't say much.