A history of Democratic presidents getting pushed around by their utopian liberal whiner base on the Left has been very good for America.
New York Magazine asked fashion and theatrical designers, illustrators, and cartoonists to try and outdo Lady Gaga’s notorious meat dress. See what Bourgeois Gaga, Infinity Gaga, Unicorn Gaga might look like, plus more, at NYMag.com. View Image ›
New York Magazine’s 2005 Hot List. Where are they now? Yeah, you totally missed seeing Surefire play at Bowery Ballroom. Those were the days.
Laura Zych and Ben Bostic are in l-o-v-e, if this article in New York Magazine is anything to go by. What’s significant about this particular affair is how they met: On US Airways 1549, which Sully Sullenberger heroically captained into the Hudson a little while back. So there were two miracles that fateful day. A regular, plane-crash-survival miracle, and an adorable love miracle! Or something! Read More ›
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FiveThirtyEight’s Nate Silver, who shocked the world by so closely predicting the Presidential race, has moved on to spoiling another one of our pastimes: The Oscars. I don’t have to say it but, SPOILER ALERT: If we’ve learned anything from the past, this Nate Silver knows what he’s talking about.
A culturally relevant exposé in which a wealthy Black lawyer goes undercover as a busboy at an all-White Connecticut country club (the article was originally published in a 1992 issue of New York Magazine). If you find the piece depressing, good news: you’ll feel better by Tuesday.
This composite image is made from the faces of four mega-celebrities - can you guess which four? Click for the image for the answer and to read the New York Magazine article on celebrity plastic surgery. View Image ›