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Today, besides learning how to cook a salmon dinner in my dishwasher, I learn that Kate Middleton can birth a royal son and weeks later play volleyball in wedge heels all while maintaining a totally perfect hairdo. Plus, I go inside Kristen Stewart's Alice in Wonderland themed childhood home, debate the virtues of the pumpkin flavoring, and check in on Banksy. Come along for the ride....
It was a "blue blood"-y night at Double Seven, Manhattan's Meatpacking hotspot, when Prince of Monaco Pierre Casiraghi was hospitalized after a brawl broke out over vodka and supermodels.
According to the New York Post, Casiraghi, grandson of the late Grace Kelly, was assaulted by former club owner Adam Hock when the prince and his entourage, among them Greek shipping heir Stavros Niarchos III, approached his table. What happened after is a point of contention between the two parties.
Members of Hock’s group said the prince and his entourage “were being completely obnoxious,’’ insulting the models and swigging from a $500 bottle of vodka on Hock’s table.
“The next thing I saw, all hell broke loose,’’ one witness said. More»
The Giants' beat the Patriots last night for the second time in four years, and New Yorkers took to the streets (and the bars) to celebrate the hometown win. The game may be over, but the party sure isn't. Here's a look at the NY papers' front pages to remind us why we should all still be celebrating. More»
What's more surprising about this weekend's NYT's expose on underage drinking in the Hamptons nightclubs? The fact that several promoters had the balls to go on record admitting their roles in shepherding their young herd into clubs, or the fact that this is in any way "new" news to be headlined in the Styles section? Does anyone over 21 actually have the desire to go to these clubs? Hasn't this been the case since the beginning of time? Is this what our ever growing conservative society is coming to? Time to move to Europe. MORE>>>
While the Post took the initial dive and "exposed" the underage drinking occurring at Nello Summertimes (which, in turn, caused a major crackdown on the club and their police security guards), the NY Times is doing their own investigating, this time with the popular Hamptons hot spots such as SL East (also known as the former Lily Pond) and South Pointe. So how do these youngsters manage to get past the velvet ropes anyway? More»
Last week stalwart New York journalist Pete Hamill won the prestigious Louis Auchincloss Prize, presented by the Museum of the City of New York. Today he answered our questions pertaining to the writing life and this fair city. More»
Gawker was all over the strange picture choice for the Page Six item about the closing of Santos Party House; the photo erroneously features Nur Khan, Paul Sevigny and Don Hill who do not run the Chinatown club busted for drugs. But we touched base with the New York Post editor-in-chief who defended his paper: More»
Linguistic trend alert! "Having a moment," the saying used to denote something, someone or someplace fashionable and trendy, has become fashionable and trendy itself. Maybe even excessively so. More»
What is going on with savvy, street smart, no-BS New Yorkers? First came word of a sweeping price-gouging scam among cabbies. Now comes news of a resurgence of age-old con jobs successfully swindling us. More»
Friday, March 7
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.