Haute Author Billy Gray
293 Articles from Billy Gray
Donald Trump and Cher are two of the more outspoken celebrities in the Twitter echo chamber, and they’re not mincing words when it comes to their digital feud.
Just when art world observers were beginning to fret about a suddenly lukewarm auction market, Mark Rothko’s work once again sold for dizzying figures.
Several new restaurants open in New York every week, and many of them don’t last a year. Five of 2012′s brightest young things are almost certain to buck the odds and remain prominent on the map for a good long while.
STK Meatpacking is celebrating its sixth birthday tonight, and proceeds from the party are going to the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
The penthouse apartment in architect Jean Nouvel’s distinctive 40 Mercer apartment building has just taken a price but to $14.5 million for $16 million. That gets you over 3,000-square-feet of sleek, contemporary apartment space. But the real draw here is the 1,600-square-feet of the great outdoors in prime Soho.
Two of the biggest musical acts in the world will co-headline a New Year’s Eve concert at the city’s most-discussed stage: Coldplay and Jay-Z are coming for the Barclays Center on December 31.
Mark Thompson took the reins of the New York Times today as a pedophilia scandal at his former employer, the BBC, continued to unfold across the pond.
On December 12 Madison Square Garden will host a benefit concert for the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
A decision by crosstown rivals the Mets, of all teams, might have Alex Rodriguez sweating it out this week.
Electronic dance music has made massive, unlikely inroads with the mainstream over the past year or two. But at the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival on Friday and Saturday nights, producers MeanRed will remind old school fans that their preferred genre still keeps it real and raw and teach E.D.M. newcomers a thing or two about house and techno’s flourishing underground.