This is definitely stating the obvious, but Ann Coulter goes out of her way to make liberals dislike her. Her screeds are, at best, entertaining polemics, and tiresome slanders at worst. Her laugh sounds like a half-hearted gasping hiccup. She speaks in a WASPy New England accent with an obnoxious, throaty inflection. Cursed with the likeness of a cockeyed horse [...]
Articles By: Kareem Samuels
I’ve always had a bittersweet relationship with the Bronx. Yeah, if you look hard enough you can find a big house that’s not too pricey, but landlords can get a little stingy when it comes to giving heat. There are galaxies of ethnic restaurants, but the best ones get raided by cops, every so often. Why live here, then? It’s [...]
Taki Theodoracopulos is a modern-day aristocrat. The shipping heir and conservative media mogul is affable, genteel and tanned. He is a fixture at black tie parties and a member-by-marriage of Austrian royalty. His waves and paparazzo and chit-chat with Manhattan elites often grace the New York Post’s Page Six. His wit is swift, but his political views raise eyebrows even [...]
In 2007, private equity investor Michael G. O’Hara made the trek from Miami to New York City with his wife, Glorimar, and two children in search of a home. The couple, who are active in philanthropy in New York, ended up purchasing a three-floor triplex apartment in a five-story building at 5 E. 13th St., for $8.2 million.
Civil rights activist and author Grace Lee Boggs spoke at Tishman Auditorium on the evening of April 22, in a highly anticipated discussion that focused on her recently published book, “The Next American Revolution.” The event saw the 96-year old, wheelchair-bound Boggs exploring the idea that America needs a dramatic change — a reevaluation of values such as individualism, as [...]
Photography exhibit and afterparty celebrate the life of Nirvana frontman If you were forced to distill Kurt Cobain’s legacy to a single fact, it would probably be his longevity as the poet laureate of teen angst for Generation X and Y.
On February 2, officers from a New York Police Department street narcotics squad kicked down the door and raided the home of 18-year-old Ramarley Graham. The officers were canvassing the Wakefield area of the Bronx — known to be a hotbed for drug trafficking — and spotted Graham purchasing a bag of marijuana.