Watching interactive talk shows is like playing Russian roulette. There's no telling who is going to call in and say something bananas on live television. (You also never know if Cher might have a thing or two to say about the state of affairs in Washington, but I digress.) NY1's The Call got the lo ... More >>
Michael Jackson: Immortal Madison Square Garden Wednesday, April 4 Better than: Ringling Bros. Cirque du Soleil's take on Michael Jackson's catalog, Michael Jackson: Immortal, is certainly ambitious. The twoish-hour set has a live band, aerialists and fireworks, flips and flops, a dancing sequined ... More >>
Go-Go Harder proves that New York is the best place to go, go, go
Stucco-covered Julius' may be the city's very first gaystropub. Why is the weather always hot as hell during Pride Weekend? Your best refuge -- before, during, or after the march -- is in a well-air-conditioned restaurant for a meal or snack (with a frozen cocktail or two, if you prefer). ... More >>
Brad WalshCarolina RamirezEvery Fashion Week we're in awe of how much models are put through. They're running around from show to show; they get their hair yanked, straightened, curled; they get touched on almost every part of their bodies by dressers, wear loads of makeup, and, probably the ... More >>
F2K10 is a countdown of the 20 worst songs of 2010. Track our progress here. Christina Aguilera hasn't had a great 2010 on the pop-star front. Her sprawling, android-inspired album Bionic was met with a mixture of confusion and indifference, although its 18 sex-soaked tracks did indeed show ... More >>
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown's in town, and she's not one of them.
Just how awkward will the awkwardly staged moment between Kanye West and Taylor Swift be? Will Eminem deign to smile? Which uncomfortable pop star will B.o.B choose to bring up on stage with him? And how will your hosts, Pitchfork's Ryan Dombal and eMusic's Sean Fennessey, make it to midnight withou ... More >>
George Carlin would be proud.The United States 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in New York has determined that the FCC's ban on even one small "patently offensive" expletive and other profanity on TV and radio violates the First Amendment. They stated that the current policy is "unconstitutional ... More >>
Shooting from the hips about Allen Ginsberg, Ron Galella, and other provocateurs
But only because the Golden Globes were crippled by the strike
And meet Mr. Hoptoit McNegropantsa Daily Show writer offers A Practical Guide to Racism
The trailer's exciting. If that's not your thing, then try Hairspray. It grows on you.
Post-porn performer Annie Sprinkle returns after eight years
Celebs made the legendary nightclub famous; ordinary people made it one of the all-time greats
Joining the anti-war surge on Washington? Plot your itinerary now.
Celebrities theatrically pleasure themselves on Broadway
Reagan leaves the building. He put a smiley face on cruelty, but at least he chose mammon over god.
Sun Burnin', Page Turnin'
Gay Hosts Undermine Talk Show Macho
Cosmic Profs Beat The Clock
Good Clothes at Good Prices
The Fall 2002 Fashion Shows
A Ramone Leaves Home
Turn Up the Volume and Play Me Another Ritual
An African American Reporter Comes to Terms With a Taboo Subject
Burritos, Burgers, Chili Dogs, and Vienna Sausages
The Reopening of a Brooklyn Roller-Skating Mecca
My Ongoing Love Affair With Those Twisted Awards
A Winter Movie Preview
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