Cursing the heavens Monday, The Observer spent the day sitting inside, watching from our window as the urban dwellers below suffered the unwanted ablutions of a peripatetic summer storm.
What to do on such a waterlogged evening? We brainstormed two rainy-day pursuits and resolved to both before the day was through. A movie and a museum, it was to be, though not in traditional fashion.
Meryl Streep was a last-minute absentee from the Tribeca Film Festival celebrating 100 years of Universal Pictures—and perhaps she’d have bridged the gap between her frequent costar Robert De Niro and funnyman Judd Apatow. The two men sat next to one another onstage but were each asked questions individually by the moderator, Mike Fleming of Read More
Last night’s opening night of the Tribeca Film Festival saw some of New York’s finest celebrating in unusual or unexpected combinations. Christine Quinn, meet Ingrid Sischy! Here are the conversations we most wish we’d overheard.
the eight-day week
Just in time for the start of the Tribeca Film Festival comes the Tribeca Ball, an unrelated event paying tribute both to the festival’s home base and to its homeboy. Robert DeNiro is to be the guest of honor at this event benefiting the New York Academy of Art, and he’ll be pulled aside by Read More