No, it's not me asking that. I already know you do--and thank you, by the way! But interestingly, Creative Loafing posed that question in an editorial titled "Call For Snark: CL Is Looking For The Next Michael Musto Or Molly Ivins." Asks the piece:
Jeff Tidwell / FlickrShe may be pretty funny, but her cheeseball recipe is not.So it seems that this extended holiday weekend has, finally, wound down. And between all of those holiday meals, you must be exhausted from cooking. So don't worry. These are some recipes that won't make you want to bu ... More >>
In what makes for one of the kookier Page Six items of recent days, it appears that The Virgin Suicides author Jeffrey Eugenides got into a physical altercation last week with a "drunken lout allegedly obsessed with his own genitalia" on the train in New Jersey. Eugenides surprised people by show ... More >>
Inspiring words from Lincoln to Amway
Indie all-stars in adult comedy
Its current ad campaign certainly is no miracle.Miracle Whip has followed up its most recent "We Will Not Tone It Down" ad campaign, in which is promoted its faux feud with mayo-loving Stephen Colbert, with a new "Take a Side" ad featuring different (famous and not) people singing the praises ... More >>
Rebecca MarxRobicelli's apple cupcake shows its innards.Joe the Art of Coffee has a thing for selling other people's cupcakes: for years, Amy Sedaris sold her cupcakes here, and now, it looks like Allison and Matt Robicelli will be doing the same. The couple tell Grub Street that their creati ... More >>
Little businesses with a lot of soul
The take-offs here would make "Weird Al" groan.
Meshugene Men! Featuring Miss Amy Sedaris! Brought to you by the geniuses behind the New York Times Weekender parody! So what if you've already seen it, it's lunchtime and we've already posted 1,200 words.
Chi-town comics are first-rate
A glossy gets her Quinceañera
With midget clowns!
Talking with Amy Sedaris, the hostess with the mostess
Wet hot American bummer: Chris Adrian's post-flood Magic Mountain
Obscure objects of desire fill this East Village reliquary
The 45th Annual OBIE Awards