Motherhood changes everything.
Child-free women who never gave much thought to education funding become fiercely concerned with “innovation zones” and teacher-student ratios once baby arrives. A city once prized for its sparkling nightlife loses allure when the walls of a small apartment close in with a colicky little one at 2 a.m.
For Mother’s Day, we asked first-time moms — affluent...Read more »
Well, that sucks.
“Vampire Diaries” co-stars and off-screen lovebirds Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder have broken up after three years together, Us Weekly reported Thursday.
Dobrev, 24, and her hunky co-star, 34, are “consummate professionals” who will keep up their working relationship — and their friendship — a source told the magazine.
“[They] will continue to work together...Read more »
Jessica Alba’s ideal Mother’s Day would consist of some relaxing, some pampering and spending time with her family.
“A nice breakfast with my kiddos and a little mommy pampering during their nap, like a massage or mani/pedi with my mom, and an early bedtime is my dream Mother’s Day,” the actress told us in an email about Sunday’s upcoming holiday.
“Weirdly, though, every day with my...Read more »
Designer Phillip Lim is slated to debut a collection at Target this September, the mass retailer announced Thursday.
The fall collection will contain more than 100 pieces of men’s and women’s apparel and accessories — including bags, shoes and travel accessories. Prices range from $19.99 to $299.99 for clothing and $19.99 to $59.99 for accessories. Items hit stores...Read more »
Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O’Donnell sitting across the aisle from each other at Broadway’s “Kinky Boots”
Bethenny Frankel eating lunch outside with daughter Bryn at Dos Caminos in SoHo
Josh Lucas and wife Jessica Henriquez having tacos at La Fondita in Amagansett
Spotted a celeb around town? Email the details to Julie.Gordon@am-ny.com. ...Read more »
On Your Toes 2.5 stars
This has been quite a week for the late George Balanchine, whose work was already performed by NYC Ballet over at Lincoln Center.
“Nikolai and the Others,” the new play about the creation of Balanchine’s 1940s ballet “Orpheus,” opened Monday, and Encores! is reviving the 1936 musical “On Your Toes,” which Balanchine originally choreographed, at City Center through...Read more »
‘Bountiful’ While “Orphans” and “The Testament of Mary” have posted early closing notices, the producers of the revival of Horton Foote’s “The Trip to Bountiful” announced Wednesday that the production will extend through Sept. 1. Star Cicely Tyson scored rave reviews for her performance.
With ‘Orphans’ closing early, Alec targets critic The Broadway staging of the drama “Orphans” was originally...Read more »
Neil Patrick Harris is coming back to the Tonys.
The Emmy Award-winning actor is set to host the 67th annual Tony Awards on June 9for the fourth timew, organizers said Thursday.
Harris, star of CBS’ “How I Met Your Mother,” hosted last year to huge acclaim, and he said he thrilled to be back.
“It’ll be more impressive than ever – if my math is correct, it will be 267 times bigger...Read more »
Stories We Tell 3 stars Documentary by Sarah Polley Playing at the Angelika and Lincoln Plaza Rated PG-13
All movies are personal in one way or another for their makers. You simply can't devote the energy and resources required to complete a feature film without pouring at least a smidgen of yourself into the process.
But Sarah Polley's "Stories We Tell" isn't your everyday...Read more »
Aftershock 2 stars Directed by Nicolás López Starring Eli Roth, Nicolás Martínez, Andrea Osvárt Rated R Playing at the Village East, Cinemart and elsewhere
"Aftershock" is a horror movie set during the 2010 Chilean earthquake, and you wish director Nicolás López hadn't bothered cross-pollinating genres. This is a disaster flick masquerading as a sadistic scare movie, a film crying...Read more »