NYT reporter; WSJ alum; author of the memoir If You Knew Suzy. Her profession is her religion.
TBH me too. “Three people, including two who were present, spoke about a birthday party Mr. Kushner decided to attend with his children. He then requested the hosts’ Wi-Fi password so he could work in the living room. “
If it’s not one impossible assignment from the New York Times, it’s another.
"When Mike Bloomberg was the mayor, he was the ultimate power broker. He would call me up on the phone and say, “I need this and this and this, OK?” No one has called me to say that they need my help. Haven’t changed my phone number, but they can’t find me."
No big surprise here. Imagine “coronavirus,” “quarantine,” “social-distance” and “Covid-19” were runners-up.
Another plot problem with The Undoing that has just come to me. No kid ever puts anything in the dishwasher.
"The judge then announced that Mr. Weinstein would immediately be sent to jail to await his sentencing. But as court officers approached him, the producer seemed stunned and refused to move. Moments later, he was handcuffed and removed from the room, limping."
“There’s never been less demand for inaugural ballgowns in my 38 years,” owner of Saks Jandel told PEOPLE.