The author said Carrie Bradshaw's troubled romance with Mr. Big was an example of "why people should not base their lives on a TV show."
But the real-life Carrie Bradshaw insisted she's "never gonna be Team Aidan" — referring to Corbett's "SATC" character — as her mother would never approve.
Unfortunately, the once great New York Observer will no longer land in my mailbox every Thursday. Tom Allon is the president
Over the years, I've had the good fortune to interview many acclaimed authors. They answer questions with refreshing candor. Here are some of the most successful writers telling it like it is.
Carrie would approve.
And while Bradshaw was famous for spending thousands on designer footwear during the financially sound '90s and early 2000s
The fabulous single ladies of "Sex and the City" couldn't agree more. In an episode called "Bay of Married Pigs" from the
But just as the "Sex and the City" novel and TV show depicted, New York's smattering of great ladies -- and their female
Most writers have on their laptops at least one draft of a novel that is about 100 pages long. It's the sort of project that starts out strong and inspired but soon loses steam. And so it sits, until the Muse strikes again. And it often sits there for a long time.
Candace Bushnell talks with Nancy about how she hasn’t exercised her inner Samantha in a while.
Books we read are a telling of who we are. This summer, several noted authors have released new books sure to redefine and influence our thoughts, world views and opinions.
In 2002, Candace Bushnell's life was red-hot. The "Sex and the City" author's HBO series of the same name was in full swing
Can you discuss Carrie's relationship with her father, Tom (Matt Letscher) and why that dynamic was so important, both in
Giving "Sex And The City" a much-needed Gen Y makeover, The CW's upcoming series "The Carrie Diaries" chronicles the adventures
No word on whether SATC fans can look forward to an appearance by a young Stanford. The New York Post reports that Clifford
"Sex and the City" author Candace Bushnell and ballet dancer Charles Askegard announced Monday that they have filed for divorce
But City Ballet audiences will no longer see him in familiar roles such as the male in "Diamonds," from George Balanchine's
For more, click over to The Hollywood Reporter. Still unclear is whether there will be a show based on Bushnell's new series
HarperCollins has just announced two new YA books from Candace Bushnell, author of Sex and the City. After successfully introducing