“Dating And New York,” the most straightforwardly-titled film to hit theaters this fall, is supposed to take place over a number of months. But you wouldn’t be able to tell, because nearly every scene in this rom-com takes place in peak leaf-peeping season.
It’s a book I didn’t know I wanted, one that makes me wish that Mary McCarthy and Nora Ephron were around to write and direct a movie version.
“Most of Ayn Rand’s heroes laugh soundlessly, particularly while making love.”
Lipstadt, Smith and the New York Historical Society provide some of the weekend’s top Jewish cultural picks.
We gathered up some of the funniest, sauciest and wisest dating advice from a few of our favorite moms in pop culture.
We spoke with Nora Ephron’s longtime friend Richard Cohen about her courage as a young journalist, digging into her past, and Meg Ryan’s reaction when she first heard he was writing a biography.
Nora Ephron would have turned 75 today—and we’re celebrating all of the hilarity, wisdom and romance she’s brought into our lives with a few of her greatest quotes.
Jacob Bernstein argues in “Everything is Copy,” his loving but candid documentary about his cultural icon mother, Nora Ephron wasn’t just resilient: she had true grit.
Nora Ephron may no longer be with us (sob!) but her work lives on. ‘Portlandia”s Carrie Brownstein is set to complete an unfinished script by Ephron for adapated U.K. mini-series, ‘Lost in Austen.’