Glenn Beck Slams Woman Who Sat Next to Him at a Movie

Adrian Chen · 06/29/11 06:15PM

Glenn Beck absolutely will not shut up about The Time A Woman Accidentally Spilled Wine On His Wife! On Wednesday he spent a full 10 minutes on his radio show tearing into a moviegoer who says he's greatly exaggerated his family's brush with death at an outdoor movie.

Project Runway: A Duel at Dawn

Brian Moylan · 04/16/10 12:49PM

Project Runway is all about vision and delusion. The vision to pit two foes against each other. The delusion they will keep it interesting. The vision to have a finale. The delusion to make it in two parts.

Live Blogging Project Runway, Week 13

MisterHippity · 04/15/10 08:00PM

Missed out on this season of Project Runway? Well, now's the time to start. The two-part finale starts tonight and we'll be in the comments section of this post having a little party. It's not too late to join us!

Scorned Shoeshiner Busted for Arson

Jeff Neumann · 04/15/10 04:32AM

When 72-year-old John Swain was kicked off the Bryant Park shoeshine stand, he decided to take matters into his own hands. So he torched it. Twice. The man who fired Swain said "he seemed like a level-headed guy." [NYP, pic]

Back on Track

Brian Moylan · 02/26/10 07:01PM

[Hope you enjoyed your snow day today, New York, like these people trudging through Bryant Park today. Monday it's back to the office—through the slush. Image via Getty]

Settling Fashion Week's Feuds

Brian Moylan · 02/18/10 04:19PM

It wouldn't be a Fashion Week without a bit of drama, and nothing says drama like a good, old-fashioned fight. Plenty of people are squaring off, but there can only be one victor. Who will walk away champion?

Grace and Poise

Brian Moylan · 02/15/10 06:10PM

[Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader escaped the exploding death star to take refuge in the front row of the Zac Posen show in Bryant Park today. Image via Getty]

No Justice, No Noodles

cityfile · 11/20/08 03:20PM

Frank Bruni delivered a crushing review of the new East Village restaurant Kurve yesterday. Today, the owner of the Karim Rashid-designed spot, Andy Yang, is doing damage control: What Bruni calls "unremarkable," Yang says, is actually "purposefully simple." [GS]
♦ Celsius, the pop-up restaurant in Bryant Park, is now open. [Eater]
Michael Dorf's City Winery isn't opening on schedule and the space is still raw, but he hosted a musical preview last night anyway. [GS, Eater]
♦ The space that formerly occupied by Seymour Burton is coming back to life as a surf-and-turf spot called Butcher Bay. [Feedbag]
♦ A preview of At Vermilion, the Midtown offshoot of Rohini Dey's Indian-Latin Chicago restaurant, Vermilion. [GS]
♦ A group of deliverymen protested outside Jonathan Morr's Republic yesterday with "No Justice, No Noodles" signs. [NYP]

Getting Good Grass At Bryant Park

abalk · 06/26/07 01:00PM

One of the joys of summer in New York is that everyone you hate goes to the Hamptons on the weekends. Another joy is catching a classic movie on Monday nights in Bryant Park. Still, getting a spot on the lawn can be difficult, what with everyone competing for the same space at the same time. Our Nick McGlynn was there last night, and picked up some valuable tips.