The king of fashion is dead(ish), long live the new king.
Daniel Handler is finally trying to make the world a less unfortunate place.
“Growing up in the dusty streets of South Africa, I never dreamed that I will one day have…two things really,” Trevor Noah cracked Monday night on his debut show. “An indoor toilet, and a job as host of the Daily Show.”
It’s hard to get past this nugget out of Hillary Clinton’s much ballyhooed interview with “Girls” creator Lena Dunham: The woman who wants to be President of the United States asks where she can find the video of Lenny Kravitz’s junk falling out of his split pants.
On September 24, as Pope Francis was performing Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Rabbi Arthur Schneier, founder and president of the Appeal of Conscience Foundation — who’d been knighted by Pope Francis in 2015 — was presiding at the organization’s 50th Anniversary Dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria. Recapping his decades’ long interventions and negotiating accomplishments, Schneier recalled his own journey as a survivor who had lived under both Nazi persecution and Communism.