If you're not familiar with James David Manning, the pastor of ATLAH World Church at Lenox and 123rd in Harlem, his latest video, released through his website yesterday, will serve as a pretty good overview for his particular and rather eccentric brand of old-time religion. The video begins with Pa ... More >>
Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson is a man of many responsibilities. In the past six days, he's DJed five events, performed twice with his band, the Roots, taped four episodes of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, opened a restaurant that serves fried chicken he can't eat on his current diet, graded his studen ... More >>
American banks are on a massive crime spree. Obama and Romney hope you won't notice.
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Norm!For the past 30-odd years, he's been the man behind the bar at the Ritz Carlton on Central Park. His Facebook fan club has 122 members. In this world of mustachioed mixologists and bar pyrotechnics, Norm Bukofzer reminds us all what a bar should be. What is it like being one of the city ... More >>
The Times reports that Roger Stone associates have collected a million dollars in fees so far from Carl Paladino's campaign, adding a couple of companies to the list we published last week. It's an astonishing total, and a measure of Stone's shaping influence on the Paladino campaign, reaffirmed in ... More >>
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