Eddie Hayes

Eddie Hayes

Edward Walter Hayes is an American lawyer, journalist, and memoirist. He is known for his role in settling the estate of Andy Warhol and representing several organized crime figures.
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Rex Reed: 'You Don't Hardly Get Them Kind No More'
Huffington Post - over 5 years
There are several obvious reasons to applaud the arrival of Lucky Guy, the splendidly thoughtful and robustly entertaining new play about the life and career of fearless Pulitzer Prize winning New York newspaper columnist and general all-around tough guy Mike McAlary, which just bounded into the Broadhurst in time to jazz up an otherwise anemic Broadway season. First, it's Nora Ephron's final play in an illustrious career that was unfairly cut short when she died of cancer on June 26, 2012 at the still-young age of 71. Second, it marks the triumphant theatre debut of Oscar-winner Tom Hanks, already one of the greatest movie stars on the planet, now proving his acting chops are just as impressive in person. Third, it's a play that grabs you by the throat, makes you laugh and cry, holds you transfixed for two hours, paralyzes you with excitement from start to finish, and leaves you cheering. I can think of no stronger motivation for getting off your duff and into the traffic t...
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Liz Smith: Broadway Bravos to Tom Hanks and Lucky Guy -- the Final Work of Norah Ephron. Courtney vs. Vance, Deirde Lovejoy and Peter Scorlari Heighten the Brilliance
Huffington Post - over 5 years
"But for many years I was in love with journalism. I loved the city room. I loved the pack. I loved smoking and drinking scotch and playing dollar poker. I didn't know much about anything and I was in a profession where you didn't have to. I loved the speed. I loved the deadlines. I loved that you wrapped the fish. You can't make this stuff up, I used to say. "I'd known since I was a child that I was going to live in New York eventually, and that everything in between would be just an intermission. I'd spent all those years imagining what New York was going to be like. I thought it was going to be the most exciting, magical, fraught-with-possibility place that you could ever live, a place where if you really wanted something you might be able to get it; a place where I'd be surrounded by people I was dying to know, a place where I might be able to become the only thing worth being, a journalist. "And I'd turned out to be right." This is Nora Ephron's preface in t...
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David Finkle: First Nighter: Tom Hanks Takes Broadway in Nora Ephron's Lucky Guy
Huffington Post - over 5 years
Tom Hanks lands on Broadway. The two-time Oscar-winner is headlining Lucky Guy at the Broadhurst. And as anyone who knows about theater behavior nowadays will easily predict, standing-room-only audiences can't wait to give their idol one of those all but obligatory standing ovations. Of course, they're not only leaping to their feet for Hanks' performance in Nora Ephron's charismatic play but for the entire list of movies he's made -- including Ephron's Sleepless in Seattle -- where they couldn't ovate him through the closing credits. When they stood then, it merely meant they were leaving the auditorium. Nevertheless, this rapacious standing-o is assuredly deserved -- more so than many of the hugely undeserving upright ovations that many performers and productions get when people pay so much for their tickets they automatically rise as testimony to themselves that the ticket price they paid was worth it. For his rousing response, Hanks is impersonating Mike McAlar...
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Role of Kerry farm authority questioned . . . by its members! - The Kerryman
Google News - about 7 years
Another member, Mr. Eddie Hayes, pointed out that if they could make progress they would be setting headlines for agriculture. He said that Listowel should be the location for a farm centre, but they were as far away from that now as they were five
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Kerry Group profits drop - The Kerryman
Google News - over 7 years
Co-Op chairman, Mr. Eddie Hayes and his board of directors hit out in the annual report at the EEC, complaining of levies and static milk prices from Brussels. "It must seem at times that the EEC policy is to wipe out farmers such as we have in Kerry,"
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Rescued by New Rochelle Police, Mother and Two Daughters Narrowly Escape Death ... - Talk of the Sound
Google News - over 7 years
She reached New Rochelle police Sergeant Eddie Hayes. "It's divine intervention that I called 911," said Popper. "He kept telling me 'stay awake, stay awake' but I couldn't." First on the scene were three New Rochelle police officers -- Melvin Molina,
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Photo Flash: La Mirada's LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Talkback - Broadway World
Google News - over 7 years
On television Bob has been seen in My Two Dads, Major Dad, Empty Nest, Love & War, The Second Half, Brother's Keeper, Mad About You, Babylon 5, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Any Day Now and was Eddie Hayes in Rob Reiner's Morton & Hayes
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THE MEDIA EQUATION; The Big Tests For Letterman Are Still Ahead
NYTimes - almost 9 years
David Letterman walked onto the stage to a swell of welcome Friday night, just as he has for more than 27 years. He sheepishly basked in the routine adoration, but then asked: ''Are you sure you want to be seen with me?'' They do. Everyone apparently does. Since he acknowledged more than a week ago that he had had sexual relationships with women
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Richard Merkin, 70, Painter, Illustrator and Fashion Plate
NYTimes - about 9 years
Richard Merkin, a painter and illustrator whose fascination with the 1920s and 1930s defined his art and shaped his identity as a professional dandy, died Sept. 5 at his home in Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y. He was 70. His wife, Heather Merkin, said he died after a long illness. As an artist, Mr. Merkin traveled back in time to the interwar years,
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2 Plead Guilty in Bus Fraud Case
NYTimes - over 9 years
Two former City Education Department inspectors pleaded guilty on Friday to taking bribes from school bus companies in exchange for favorable treatment, including overlooking safety violations and falsifying records that allowed the companies to overbill the city. The former inspectors, Neil Cremin, 61, of Queens, and Ira Sokol, 70, of Brooklyn,
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More Details Are Provided In an Immigrant's Death
NYTimes - almost 11 years
In court documents filed this week, prosecutors in Westchester County provided more details about the death of a homeless Guatemalan man in Mount Kisco in April, saying that the village police officer who drove him to a remote spot and abandoned him also delivered the blow to the abdomen that ultimately proved fatal. The officer, George Bubaris,
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An Immigrant's Death And an Unlikely Suspect
NYTimes - about 11 years
At the end of a cul-de-sac in this hamlet in northern Westchester is a modest Cape whose deck is neatly planted with pink and yellow flowers. The owner, George Bubaris, a 30-year-old Queens native, had recently left behind the bustle of the city to start the next chapter of his life, with a new house, a new job and a fiancée. But Mr. Bubaris, a
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Police Officer Is Charged In Death Of Immigrant
NYTimes - about 11 years
A village police officer was charged on Thursday with second-degree manslaughter in the death of a homeless Guatemalan immigrant four months ago that had shaken this community of 10,000 people. The officer, George Bubaris, also faces one count of unlawful imprisonment and two counts of official misconduct, according to an indictment unsealed in
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The Fixer
NYTimes - over 12 years
Mouthpiece A Life in -- and Sometimes Just Outside -- the Law. By Edward Hayes with Susan Lehman. Introduction by Tom Wolfe. Illustrated. 288 pp. Broadway Books. $24.95. I MET Eddie Hayes once, when I interviewed him briefly in his one-man law office for a story about someone else, and ever since, I have made a point of holding on to his phone
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BOLDFACE NAMES
NYTimes - almost 14 years
The Right Stiff Anyone who covers parties very much in the United States soon becomes familiar with the Voice .... Accent doesn't matter .... It could be coming from any hotshot, at any sort of Event, though after a while you realize you're hearing it at the kind of party where your name has to be on a clipboard .... The sort of dark, brown,
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BOLDFACE NAMES
NYTimes - almost 14 years
You'll Never Cater Again In This Town GEORGETTE MOSBACHER and HARVEY WEINSTEIN held a bipartisan viewing party at the Palm on election night, and many of the partygoers arrived under the spell of the hallucinatory exit polls. When word came over TV that the voters in Philadelphia had managed to deliver the entire state of Pennsylvania to JOHN
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Wolfe's World
NYTimes - almost 14 years
Southampton! Summer watering hole of celebs! Land of the giant hedges! Of weedless lawns and those crushed oyster-shell driveways that crunch so nicely -- scruncha! scruncha! -- when you pull in in your Beemer, your Hummer, your Range Rover! Or wait a minute, what have we got here? A Saab and -- huh? you've got to be kidding! -- a Caddy DeVille,
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    CHILDHOOD
  • 1947
    Born
    Born on November 3, 1947.
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