Samantha Yanks previews the third annual Summer Art issue.
NEW YORK: Gotham magazine will celebrate its winter issue on Saturday with a brunch at the Arabelle Restaurant in theHotel Plaza Athenée. Celebrating cover model Sandra Lee, the brunch will be followed by a ribbon-cutting for the 29th annual Miracle on Madison Avenue event, which benefits the Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
FOOD Network star Sandra Lee, who had a double mastectomy in May, opens up about the experience in Gotham magazine. "It impacts a couple and a family," Gov. Andrew Cuomo's longtime girlfriend says. "No two individuals deal with something the same way or feel it at the same time. That can be a blessing, because you can be there for each other." She adds, "Andrew was strong when I was at my weak moments, and I like to think I was able to be there for him with a smile or reassurance that I was going to be OK."
After being a leading lady for almost two decades, Kate Winslet is ready to move her career in a new direction. The Steve Jobs star, who turned 40 on Oct. 5, is Gotham’s November cover girl, and she told the magazine that she’s looking forward to taking on roles that allow her to not only stretch her acting ability but also represent strong women.
Newly engaged ballet star Misty Copeland celebrated her Broadway debut in On the Town a few blocks from the Lyric Theatre at the Lambs Club last week. The location was appropriate since she’d stayed upstairs at the Chatwal Hotel to practice her lines and prep for the musical’s premiere. Gotham magazine hosted the bash, where editor Catherine Sabino toasted Copeland in front of her castmates and producers as well as Josh Groban, Taye Diggs, Joel Grey, and Star Jones.
Brava! The singer joins the dancer at a Gotham magazine party celebrating Copeland's Broadway debut in On the Town.
Of all her diverse roles over the years, Kirsten Dunst says she most identifies with everyone's favorite cheer-tator from Bring It On. Julianne Moore put the question to the Fargo actress in a new interview for Gotham magazine, asking her friend, "What movie role was the closest to your own character?" "When I was 16 and did Bring It On. I was that girl," Dunst, 33, said of character Torrance Shipman.
Kirsten Dunst is well acquainted with the craft of filmmaking, having starred in a slew of cult-classic films (here's looking at you The Virgin Suicides) since her foray into acting at age 1. Now, at 33, Dunst will be trying her hand at another aspect of cinema, rumoured to be stepping behind the camera for her directorial debut. Dunst has revealed in a recent interview with Gotham magazine, that she "might be doing that [directing my first film] next year," according to Page Six.
Kristen Dunst is ready to step behind the camera to direct. "I might be doing that next year" she says in the new Gotham magazine. "We're in the rewrite phase [of the script] and we have an actress. It's almost all together but I can't talk about it yet." Dunst, who was a child actress in movies like "Interview with the Vampire" says she didn't miss out on being a regular kid: "My mom always sent me to regular school, so I never missed out on the prom or field trips or any of that stuff."
Kirsten Dunst is ready to step behind the camera to direct. “I might be doing that next year,” she says in the newGotham magazine. “We’re in the rewrite phase [of the script] and we have an actress. It’s almost all together, but I can’t fully talk about it yet.” Dunst, who was a child actress in movies like “Interview With the Vampire,” says she didn’t miss out on being a regular kid: “My mom always sent me to normal school, so I never missed out on the prom or field trips or any of that stuff.”
Nominations were revealed this past week for the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards. Gotham Magazine Entertainment Editor Juliet Izon chatted about the nominees, some of whom had graced the cover of Niche Media publications over of the past year, for our Friday edition of Weekend Scoop.