From Gawker: “Freemans tuesday night the 16th of nov. the bush twins along with 2 massive secret service men tried to have dinner they were told by the maitre ‘d that they were full and would be for the next 4 years upon hearing the entire restaurant cheered and did a round of shots it […]
If you don’t mind huge enormous mind-boggling crowds, check out the MoMa this weekend as they reopen their doors. From Flavorpill: “A treasure chest of modernism, MoMA reopens its Manhattan home after undergoing the most extensive rebuilding and renovation project in its 75-year history. Architect Yoshio Taniguchi’s sleek design, which is highlighted in one of […]
Thursday at Max Fish, 6:30 – ??: A combination art show opening and book signing FREE BOOK GIVEAWAY NO COVER: Praise for Food Court Druids, Cherohonkees and other Creatures Unique to the Republic: “Another funny and strangely insightful contribution to our culture from Robert Lanham, the Margaret Mead of the North American Weirdo.” –Neal Pollack […]
The merger of Kmart and Sears is affecting retail commerce in ways both obvious and subtle. Most business press is covering large details, such as the questionable decision to position both chains under the name Ksmears. Yet with this merger comes a veritable flood of new business practices, models that might affect careers and communities […]
Very Disturbing: From NY Times: Porter J. Goss, the new intelligence chief, has told Central Intelligence Agency employees that their job is to “support the administration and its policies in our work,” a copy of an internal memorandum shows.