No Shame in her game! Academy Award-nominated gamine Carey Mulligan attended last night’s State Dinner in honor of her Prime Minister, David Cameron–but as a plus-one (perhaps the President didn’t care for the Wall Street sequel, and believes money does sometimes sleep?). She attended with her boyfriend Marcus Mumford, whose band Mumford and Sons Read More
The crowd at the Waterkeeper Alliance’s Art for Water Party was waiting for Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., the environmental activist who’d brought the crowd together and under whose auspices all the art on the wall was up for sale in a silent auction. When Mr. Kennedy entered, he had on his arm Cheryl Hines, Read More
Mind the Gap: Britain and America’s Biggest Comedy Names Come Out for Secret Policeman’s Ball, Get Upstaged by Coldplay
“How do you think it went?” Eddie Izzard asked us in a dark basement of Mother New York’s new West Side Highway office Sunday night. “It went okay, right?”
We were at the after party for Amnesty International’s Secret Policeman’s Ball, being held for the first time on American soil at Radio City Music Hall. The show had run three hours without intermission, and had diplomatically featured every major British and American comedy star for approximately three minutes. Read More
The Stephen King novel and the classic film Carrie are among history’s most terrifying texts. But the threat of horror did not stop celebrities from coming to the musical’s opening night at the Lucille Lortel Theater.
Actress Edie Falco was prepared to see the musical after being familiar with the film, but didn’t know what Read More
Last night, the Velvet Roper dropped in on a Leap Day feast at the Hotel Americano in Chelsea featuring the Consul General of Mexico Carlos Sada and Venezuelan media magnate Adriana Cisneros. We asked the Consul, who represents Mexican interests in America, what brought him there. “I’m fond of Oaxacan cuisine–the ingredients!” he marveled, as Read More