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Al Hirschfeld

On the Shelf: John Lahr's "Joy Ride: Show People and Their Shows" and Al Hirschfeld's Century

Steven Suskin | Posted 09.11.2016 | Books
Steven Suskin

While I haven't recently reread Lahr's assorted profiles of musical theatre people, I remember how he incisively caught the essence of his subjects.

Curtis M. Wong

Legacy Of The 20th Century's Most Prolific Caricaturist Celebrated In NYC | Curtis M. Wong | Posted 05.21.2015 | Arts

To his legions of admirers, Al Hirschfeld was a prolific artist and a visual journalist who chronicled a century's worth of Hollywood legends, Broadwa...

Zany GOP Origins of the Trillion Dollar Coin

John Tepper Marlin | Posted 03.18.2013 | Business
John Tepper Marlin

If the U.S. Treasury issues a trillion-dollar palladium coin and then sells it to the Federal Reserve System or deposits it as cash, maybe the debt ceiling would be legally bypassed via the Treasury's authority to issue collectible coins.

Sweet Bye and Bye

Howard Kissel | Posted 12.23.2011 | Arts
Howard Kissel

Sweet Bye and Bye has always been a legend. Its parentage was extraordinary -- Perelman and Hirschfeld wrote the book, Ogden Nash the lyrics and Vernon Duke the score. If Broadway operated like the Preakness that pedigree should have been surefire.