I talked to Robin Williams once, about breasts.
In 1993, when he played a prim British nanny in "Mrs. Doubtfire," I went to interview him at his Pacific Heights house.
"It's great to be this blue-mouthed...
It was exhilarating to drop a bunch of 500-pound bombs on whatstheirname.
Just when Americans thought they could stop trying to figure out the difference between Sunnis and Shiites, we're in a new war in Iraq with some bad "folks," as the president might...
Enough with all the phony impeachment talk.
Onward to a real impeachment!
In the absurdist capital we live in, it would be good for all sides - in ways you may not have considered.
I can't wait to read the book W. won't write.
Not since Beyoncé dropped a new digital album online overnight with no warning or fanfare has there been such a successful pop-up arts project.
Roger Angell takes off his brown J. Press sports coat and blue cap, yanks out his hearing aids, stashes his cane, and sits down for a shave and haircut at Delta barbershop at 72nd and Lex., the same spot he's patronized for 40 years. "I don't see Henry Kissinger doing any interviews in a barbershop...
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