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  • And watching these guys, including Max Greenfield's hilariously douchey wannabe ladies' man, rally to her cause is undeniably sweet.

    Matt's Guide to Tuesday Night TV: New and Returning Shows

  • At one point, Jackie takes a friend and Greenfield's camera on a tour of the not-yet-complete structure, cooing, "This is what $5 million of marble looks like," while showing a room with so many crates that it could be mistaken for the last shot of Raiders of the Lost Ark.

    Marshall Fine: Live From Sundance Film Festival 2012: Tuesday, Jan. 24

  • I'll say this up front: As of today, the average customer review for Robert Greenfield's Exile on Main Street: A Season in Hell with the Rolling Stones is about 2 1/4, with many one-star reviews citing arrogance, cliché, and a generally nasty tone.

    Guilty Pleasures

  • Greenfield's book isn't a blow-by-blow account of how each song was created -- who wrote what, who played that, etc. -- but a leer into a hermetically sealed universe of excess and entitlement, soap-operatically free of consequence until the gendarmes emerge to burst the bubble.

    Guilty Pleasures

  • The main problem with Life, though, is that too many of these tales have been told before, most evocatively in two classic on-the-road-with-the-Stones chronicles: Stanley Booth's The True Adventures of the Rolling Stones and Robert Greenfield's Stones Touring Party.

    Life by Keith Richards

  • Band of Outsiders suits, sold at Barneys and Bergdorf Goodman, have hang tags displaying Mr. Greenfield's name—right next to price tags that run into the low four figures.

    Fashion's New (Old) Thing

  • In Mr. Greenfield's terse summary, Wexler, who died in 2008, was a hipster, and Ertegun was hip.

    The Man Behind the Music

  • Capitalizing on Mr. Greenfield's late-in-life cachet, the company has recently embarked on a new venture, producing suiting under its own label to be sold online at Gilt Groupe, a designer clothing retailer.

    Fashion's New (Old) Thing

  • A variation on such phrases as "Ahmet stayed out all night again" or "he changed out of the suit he'd worn to the clubs and went right to the board meeting" occur countless times in Robert Greenfield's almost diary-like account of the glitzy life that Ertegun led before the founder of Atlantic Records died in 2006.

    The Man Behind the Music

  • It is an invaluable guide through the mine field I encountered on first viewing Mark Steven Greenfield's work.

    Jane Chafin: Breaking the Taboos of Blackface Minstrelsy

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