Culture Editor, New York Times
New York Times Culture Editor.
nytimes.com — In one of the most significant gifts in the history of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the philanthropist and cosmetics tycoon Leonard A. Lauder has promised the institution his collection of 78 Cubist paintings, drawings and sculptures. The trove of signature works, which includes 33 Picassos, 17 Braques, 14 Légers and 14 works by Gris, is valued at more than $1 billion.
nytimes.com — Steve Harvey and Ted Harbert go way back - all the way to 1994, when Mr. Harbert, then president for entertainment at ABC, ordered a Harvey-led sitcom called "Me and the Boys." The sitcom failed, as most do. But in 2011, "when my name came across his desk, he remembered me," Mr. Harvey said this month, sounding appreciative still.
gofundme.com — The Good Fork humbly opened its doors nearly seven years ago, serving eclectic comfort food in a cozy dining room hand built by my husband and partner, Ben Schneider. Since then, we've created many great memories for our loyal patrons, neighbors, friends and family. As many of you know, Super ...
bloomberg.com — If Paul Krugman is right -- and he has a Nobel Prize that says he is -- then we should all be suspicious of the so-called Washington consensus. Which may tell you all you need to know about the Beltway's bipartisan obsession with the Washington Nationals.
bloomberg.com — Let me ask this in the simplest possible way: What in the name of God is the National Football League doing? Here we are, hurtling toward Week 4, and the NFL is continuing to lock out its referees. The league appears perfectly content to leave the job to a cast of bumbling replacements, who seem to be getting worse with experience.
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