A short rant, if I may.
I read with interest the October 24 edition of “Evening Hours” in the New York Times which
reported on events around the city benefiting the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, the Korean American Community Foundation, the Frick Collection, the Norman Mailer Center and the International Fine Art and Antique Dealers. Lots of pictures of people in evening gowns and tuxedos.
Then, in the middle of the page, there was mention of a “dinner” at the Pierre hotel where people were celebrating “50 years of women’s advances since the birth control pill.” There was no mention of who was having the party.
Was not that dinner hosted by a particular organization? Or did a bunch of folks, including Cybill Shepard, just happen to be in the neighborhood and decided to party for the night?
I know exactly what is going on here. Even the liberal New York Times felt they shouldn’t stir things up by mentioning that the party was hosted by the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League.
Shame on you, New York Times…