Nontrivial pursuits, 1990s edition
Mötley Crüe w/Poison, New York Dolls Nassau Coliseum Wednesday, July 20 Better than: Attending an 18-year high school reunion with a cash bar, albeit one mitigated by the DJ having a music library nearly identical to yours back in the day. An extremely partial list of pop-cultural event ... More >>
Dr. DrewNow that the Casey Anthony case is over -- not guilty on all murder counts, guilty only of four misdemeanors -- will cable news be able to give it up? More specifically, will Dr. Drew? This case has become cable news' hillbilly heroin and it'll be hard for them to kick. The six-week ... More >>
Rob Roth Here's a candid shot of me reading Mary Jo Buttafuoco's new book, Getting It Through My Thick Skull, which I devoured like sour candy! I even adored the subtitle, "Why I Stayed, What I Learned, and What Millions of People Involved with Sociopaths Need To Know."
Having lascivated painfully over Miss New York in his Brooklyn Paper, Editor Gersh Kuntzman decided it was time you put his own tuchas on the hook, and today chronicles his stint as a nude model for the "Drink and Draw" life class in Bushwick ("$15 and all the Pabst Blue Ribbon you can drink," which ... More >>
At last we have a celebrity nude of historical interest. It is announced that Amy Fisher, who years ago regaled us in the Long Island Lolita case that introduced the world to suburban lout Joey Buttafuoco and spawned a TV movie in which the star-crossed lovers were played, hilariously, by Alyssa M ... More >>
Toasting the final hours of the sweet club you were too busy to appreciate
John Lennon is another mindless look at the dark side of celeb worship
Tristan's annual roundup of toothbrush vibrators, anti-porn ribbons, and a kinky kingdom
Transcontinental Tabloid Turmoil
An Unlikely Group of Prisoners' Relatives Battles the Rockefeller Drug Laws
The Badass New York Enforcers Aim To Keep the Wussy Skaters In-Line
On the nature of nymph mania
Governor Rockefeller started the war on drugs in 1973. His laws have packed prisons, cost billions, and failed to stop the drug trade. On the 25th anniversary, there's new momentum for change.