Live from New York, it's a small army of disco-loving, French-speaking, fringe-sporting indie musicians who made late night television history! The 39th season of Saturday Night Live kicked off in spectacular fashion, with Our Lady of Quick Wit, Tina Fey, returning to her stomping ground to host an ... More >>
One of the most unexpected celebrities to emerge out of this round of mayoral campaigning is Dante de Blasio's excellent, much-photographed hair. Candidate Bill de Blasio's 15-year-old son starred in a campaign ad earlier this month, calling his dad, among other things, "the only one who will end a ... More >>
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One of our tipsters put together for us this portion of Monday night's Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta that features Mimi Faust talking about her mother choosing Scientology over her own children. In this scene, you see her dealing with what is still deeply felt trauma over being abandoned at only 13 years ... More >>
Bono's Peter Parker isn't the only thing that's crashing and boring
via All Movie PhotoWith the announcement of the upcoming Brooklyn movie theatre, we thought it best to try and help a burgeoning local business out. The six-screen cineplex will hopefully become an essential part of the neighborhood. So in honor of the scheduled completion of the new multiple ... More >>
Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara are the comic legends who in the 1960s defined sardonically hilarious husband-and-wife comedy banter, like a more realistic Sonny and Cher. And they're better at it than ever!
The last year in Broadway theater saw the appearances of names like Scarlett Johansson and Catherine Zeta-Jones not just on stages, but in the same award categories as their Loyal-to-New-York-Theater co-stars. The trending caused our own lead theater critic Michael Feingold to pen an epic scr ... More >>
The Limelight's born again, and so am I
Hot Tub Time MachineYou might say that most pieces in the New York Times are, at least on some level, about generational conflict. Sometimes it's a struggle between two generations, and it's about defining the state of our world. Other times, it's an internal struggle: Where are we going? Whe ... More >>
Remember the comedy team of Martin and Lewis? Hello? Well, brace yourselves for Martin and Baldwin! Yep, Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin will cohost the Oscars next year, and they should do pretty well, especially if no one tells them that Ben Stiller and Robert Downey Jr. unceremoniously turn ... More >>
Come meet Bill Simmons aka The Sports Guy in person at Professor Thom's on Wednesday, October 28th. Bill we be there signing copies of his new book "The Book of Basketball" which will be available for purchase at the bar. After you get your book signed, stick around for Friday Night Lights Se ... More >>
CR: Ray Mickshaw / FOXL-R: Danny Gokey, Adam Lambert, Kris Allen. The exhilarating moment of truth (for this week, anyway) has finally come. Will Douchebag Gokey's backroom-of-a-bar performances last night earn him the well-deserved boot? Will Kris Allen's Beautiful Bubble finally burst? Will Adam ... More >>
I told you so.
Beasties' fan-shot concert-vid experiment is so last year
Baxter actor Theroux on David Lynch and the art of deadpan
Bad-boy playwrights McDonagh and LaBute dish it out, and critics can't get enough
The year in TV: Another season, a smattering of reasons for tuning in amid all the mediocrity
A phenomenon in Chelsea: Men in tears, women in love
Debate parties are fun! Terminal 5 takes a nosedive. Theo and Sean wed.
Gay Hosts Undermine Talk Show Macho