‘It almost destroyed me’: behind New York’s greatest nightclub, Studio 54

In a new exhibition, Studio 54 co-founder Ian Schrager goes back to the late 70s to explore the highs and lows of the celebrity-packed hotspot Ian Schrager has seen many things in his life, but nothing quite like this. The 73-year-old Studio 54 co-founder is freaking out on the phone. Its funny after 40 years! Forty years! he exclaims. Doing an exhibition on Studio 54? In a world-class museum? I dont think anyone would have believed that but they were too busy dancing. The sprawling exhibition documentary on Netflix and a co-founders were jailed for tax evasion in 1980. I was lucky enough to get a in 2017, by then president Barack Obama. Now, theres this exhibition. It was in …

Person Honors The Dog Heroes Of 9/11 That Are Often Overlooked In A Beautifully Sad Twitter Thread

The modern timeline is split into two: the world before the September 11 terrorist attacks in 2001, and the one after. Thousands of people risked their lives to rescue victims in the aftermath. But some of the heroes of that day remain forgotten nearly two decades on. Search and rescue dogs are some of the unsung heroes of 9/11, most of them now forgotten. However, these adorable yet determined animals were indispensable to the rescue efforts and saved countless lives. What’s more, they brought back a sliver of hope to a nation under attack and reeling from the horror. One Twitter user gave canines the attention they deserve in an incredibly profound and viral thread that once and for all …