Month: November 2016

Plating the Town Red

“REALLY, WE HAVE about 80 percent of regulars…ah, one second, please.” Alireza Niroomand, the general manager of SoHo’s Sant Ambroeus, pops out of his seat. With a gazelle’s shuffle, he crosses the marble floor of the restaurant and intercepts a young Dorothy Dandridge–type on her way out. He teases her about her new boyfriend, with …

The Clinton Legacy

Although it seems incredible, I suppose it was inevitable: 16 years of the Clintons is now almost a certainty. Years that I fear should just about do away with the good old U.S. of A. Now, we all know how the first eight years of Clinton rule lowered the bar to an all-time level. The …