After playing a number of roles in marquee films such as “The Help,” “Fruitvale Station” and now “All I See Is You” and “Marshall,” the actress is in the midst of figuring out her next act.
The event raises funds for New York’s homeless.
An exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York highlights the societal implications of Sixties fashion.
The architect and Alexander Gray unveil the addition of Betty Parsons’ “African Dawn” to the luxury brand’s New York flagship.
Colson Whitehead, Tom Brokaw, Michael Chabon, Carla Hayden and Robert Wilson were the literary titans honored at the gala.
Kusama’s disorienting “Festival of Life” exhibit opens at David Zwirner’s West 19th Street Gallery.
Gloria Steinem, Haim, Seth Herzog, Ana Gasteyer, Alysia Reiner and a multitude of fashion executives were in attendance.
The cast opens up about bringing a female touch to the sensitive subjects of the film.
The film is “an obsessive love story.”
The Lunchbox Fund, founded by Topaz Page-Green, works toward feeding children in South Africa.
Chef Greg Proechel’s vision results in a seasonal menu that is largely simple but far from boring.
The film tells the story of a couple who live life to the fullest in the face of a life-threatening disease.
The film tells the story of two elderly neighbors who seek to unburden themselves from tragedy.
The film tells the story of the former FBI Associate Director’s efforts to leak information during Watergate.