TMN Contributing Illustrator Danny Gregory first learned to swim in the canal behind the Lahore American School, to kill ticks at Canberra Grammar School, to snap bras at the Kibbutz Givat Brenner, to light a match with one hand at Princeton University, and to mount sheep at the Northwestern School of Taxidermy. He is the author of several books and the obligatory blog and lives in Greenwich Village (with his first wife and son), where he does not attend NYU.
Leaving New York for Ohio, even for a short time, is an exercise in real-estate envy and relaxation, except for all those drunk cowboys. Our writer continues his tale of pregnancy with a new episode about patience and gunfire.
You can have a successful career in your thirties and still pretend you’re 18, carousing at clubs and sleeping on a futon. But to have a baby at the same time? Our writer continues the Peanut with a new installment on adulthood.
Attention men: Want to have a child? Then you better come up with a plan for making sure you accomplish the vital first steps. Our chronicler of technical wherewithal brings us a new episode of the Peanut.
There are hundreds of wonderful books on motherhood for women; there are zero decent books on fatherhood for men. Our contributing illlustrator starts a new series, to continue here every other week, about fatherhood. Welcome to the Peanut.
Can watercolors change how you perceive a killer? Do murderers have a harder time sitting for portraits?
How much can you tell about a person from their yearbook photo, particularly when the yearbook is stocked with killers?
There’s no easy way to tour Israel on foot, especially when people are trying to steal your art supplies. Our staff illustrator returns to the land where his family’s been for more than 70 years.
This past Monday, 36,782 homeless people spent the night in a New York City shelter; the number who slept on the street is impossible to ascertain. TMN illustrator Danny Gregory brings us the stories of three men without homes.
Thank goodness for Sky Mall—that catalogue of oddball products supplied as entertainment for the passengers of most commercial airlines. But does anyone actually shop from it, or even know what its items are meant for? Danny Gregory and The Staff put together a test for its odder merchandise.
After a week of cold rain, most New Yorkers would kill somebody—anybody!—to spend some time on a tropical beach. Artist Danny Gregory just returned from the Dominican Republic, and brought back a book of drawings and watercolors.
The city loves a big trial, especially when a big name is under the spotlight. Our favorite artist Danny Gregory spent a day at Martha Stewart’s public trial and sent us some drawings from the courthouse.