At yesterday’s luncheon for Makers, a series of interviews of groundbreaking women produced in collaboration by PBS and the Huffington Post, Tina Brown whispered to her tablemate Diane von Furstenberg, “There hasn’t been a Nora tribute yet?” She was speaking during the salad course, and she needed only wait.
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During yesterday’s rainy afternoon, guests trundled (damp, but stoic) into elevators and up to Robert, the Museum of Arts and Design’s in-house bistro. The restaurant, a pink pop-modernist confection on the ninth floor, was playing host to a luncheon fête for the Sundance Channel’s latest, Push Girls, which premiered last night. The docu-series, which airs Mondays at 10:00 PM, tells the stories of four paralyzed women—with professional glories amongst them ranging from competitive swimming, to professional dancing, to a bit part in The Fast and the Furious—and their lives in Hollywood.
The late Mike Wallace was legendary for his dogged questioning on 60 Minutes. He also was a New York bon viveur, as seen in the photos of his many friendships over the years. Herewith, some of his off-the-clock moments.