Articles by Tom Dworetzky

Missing New York Beauty Salons: Here Beauty Never Shuts Up

Am I the only woman in the world who doesn't like going to the salon? Whether it's for a manicure, a haircut or a color, I actively dread the experience. Not because I dislike the procedures themselves, but because I can't stand having to spend hours of my life engaged in inane chitchat with the stylist.

Tripping the Night Fantastic

We all know that New York is called The City that Never Sleeps, but I don't think I ever appreciated just how true that is until I moved to London.

International Center Of Photography Features WeeGee, The Father Of Tabloid Coverage

The WeeGee: Murder is My Business exhibition includes a mix of raw imagery, crimes and news reports of the time; resulting in a truly graphic collection of photographs which pride themselves on being unshakable from the mind. Many of WeeGee's images, such as the Naked City, which is displayed at the center's museum in all its frightening glory- once inspired the early tabloid newspapers and are partly responsible for making tabloid journalism what it is today!

Lonely? Retire In New York

If you live alone, is it better to be in a city like New York and be surrounded by so many people so you can feel a part of something just by virtue of proximity? Or does being that close to...

New York Invades France

I just got back from a weekend in Paris. Yes, a weekend. Living in London, it's an easy thing to do to hop on the Eurostar and emerge on the other side of the English Channel two hours later. Timewise, it's just like traveling from New York to Philly. Well, sort of.

Say What? Vegas Out-Decibels New York

I used to think New York City was loud. It was especially bad around mid-town, where there was unending construction around Second Avenue and the lower 60s. But now I can only say, Say what? Vegas out-decibels even New York City.

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The Golden Globes are second in importance only to the Oscars in Hollywood's film award season, but their future status has been called into question by threats of a boycott over some of the HFPA's controversies

Changes Coming To Golden Globes

After questions about the award show's ethics, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has changed some rules and regulations.