Real estate developer Gary Melius was stepping into his Mercedes shortly before 12:30 p.m. on Monday at Oheka Castle, the sprawling Long Island estate Melius turned into a high-end hotel, when a masked gunman approached and opened fire. According to police, a family member rushed Melius to Syosset ... More >>
When Arthur Ashin performs as Autre Ne Veut, he becomes a self-professed "freak," and not necessarily in the sexy way. Clutching a microphone for dear life with just a few people manning beats and background vocals behind him, he scrunches up his face and bawls like a newborn id into the personal sp ... More >>
Superheroes, sequels, and TWO Conans! Summer has arrived.
Who says there are no new angles to the Barry Bonds perjury trial? Kimberly Bell, who is said to have "dated Bonds" - I love that term; it always conjures up a couple at a malt shop or at a high school football game - "until an ugly breakup in 2003," testified that Bonds threatened to cut of ... More >>
Plus, camping out at Burlesque
Variety reports that Yankees record home-run hitter Alex Rodriguez will be fielding a role in the new Justin Timberlake-Mila Kunis movie, Friends With Benefits, about two friends who take to the sheets to cope after ending disastrous relationships. Though the plot of the film may be predictab ... More >>
Knight in verbal armor
Frank Micelotta / FOXShakira goes country, kind of"Picture this:" says Ryan Seacrest. "Rascal Flatts and Shakira." I'm picturing it, I'm getting up, I'm turning off my TV. Sigh. If only that were an option. Instead, I can't actually look away from the trainwreck that is another results show ... More >>
Chattering with Emmy winner Leslie Jordan, plus sounding off on Broadway.
New York "personifies man-made inspiration," waxes Tim Gunn philosophically, gesturing from his rooftop perch down to the humming city below. The Project Runway contestants, the brave remaining nine, blink back at him warily, and justifiably -- they're about to receive quite the hippie-dippie ... More >>
Constrained and restrained, the Donnie Darko director's latest is a hollow package
Since calling out The House Bunny yesterday for its subliminal skateploitation, I've been feeling remiss that I didn't also acknowledge the movie's saving grace, Anna Faris. (Even worse, I spelled the actress's last name wrong). The consistent theme among House Bunny's reviewers is that the movie is ... More >>
Siddown and shuddup! It's da Kollege of Musical Knowledge.
The art of staging a poet's life and loss is hard to master
Our take on the Victoria's Secret TV extravaganza
Why peroxide rot is, like, officially over
Hanging with Ego Trip, the Wiggle Tour, and minimal pasta
Snails driving your PC again? You might try noodling with the paging file.
Prime-time pride, manly girls vs. girly girls and fear of a black dream team
Riggins and Eason Break Their Legs
Millennium Movies Get a Second Chance
On-Screen Heroines Inspire Women to the Martial Arts
Moviegoers Avoid Big-Budget Pitfalls
'Ally McBeal' Uses Ancient Oriental Secret
Indie goddess keeps her eye on offbeat fare.
True Confessions of a Celebrity Skin Editor
Definitely honor-free will be Joseph Fiennes for Shakespeare (sorry, but the Bard didn't look like Rob Lowe).
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A Revival Tries To Make History of Its Own