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Author Archives: PENELOPE GREEN
For years Murray Moss ran one of SoHo’s toniest stores with his longtime partner, Franklin Getchell. The two men have written a memoir of fin-de-millennium excess (blowtorched Steinway, anyone?).
When thousands of women get together on social media, wryly invoking the suicidal author Virginia Woolf as their muse, what could possibly go wrong?
Twenty-five years ago the idea that an openly gay and very butch woman could become a pop idol was seismic. Now she can just make her music.
Also a civil rights activist and educator, she championed African and African-American art, building a collection and then rebuilding it after a fire.
Confounded by work, politics or just too much digital activity, anxious New Yorkers are turning to crafts as a balm and a corrective.
A Martha’s Vineyard retreat helped the writer Jenny Allen heal from the breakup of her marriage to the cartoonist and playwright Jules Feiffer.
The actress best known for “Precious” and “Empire” sheds guilt and discomfort with her new memoir, “This Is Just My Face: Try Not to Stare.”
A new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art opening Monday gives a view of the life of Sara Berman, who was the mother of Maira Kalman, the irreverent artist, book author and illustrator.
The longtime fashion editor has written a memoir, wherein she examines her glamorous, Hollywood-tinged childhood and a checkered career at Condé Nast.