Inaugural Balls are so last week. Next on the gala circuit is Governor's Ball, the swanky Academy Awards after party, featuring 1,500 of the Academy's closest friends. Yesterday Chef Wolfgang Puck previewed the menu he's been working on for the annual affair and spoke with Entertainment Tonight abou ... More >>
New York Republican Party Chairman Ed Cox has spent a good chunk of this election season kvetching about the amount of time President Barack Obama has spent hobnobbing with celebrities.But when Cox's horse in this year's presidential race parties with celebs, the chairman's outrage is nonexistent -- ... More >>
Jimmy Castor was a smart aleck; a wise guy; a clean shit-talker with so much joie de vivre you had to laugh even when his truth-telling smacked you upside the head. So when he died this past Martin Luther King Jr. Day at 71 near his home outside of Las Vegas, far away from the streets of Harlem he o ... More >>
Monday night the Republican Presidential candidate and frequent source/target of Photoshop japery Michele Bachmann appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon in an effort to promote both her autobiography and her appearance at last night's Presidential debate. As a rebuke to the Minnesota congresswoma ... More >>
People are in a bit of an uproar over this week's announcement that Nickelbackthe Canadian post-grungers whose seventh album, Here And Now, comes out later this monthwould be the halftime entertainment during the Thanksgiving Day NFL tilt between the Detroit Lions and the Green ... More >>
The ironically named Complex.com has actually broken things down for us and named the top 50 sci-fi films of all time, of which I'll serve you the top 10. Phone home, get your own list, and report it back to me. Here's theirs: 10. Metropolis (1927) So stylishly futuristic it even inspi ... More >>
Yesterday the internet was ablaze with praise for Ted Williams, a Brooklyn-born homeless man in Ohio with a special talent. His voice, as it turns out, is that of a male angel, deep and booming, perfect for voice-over work, which Williams said alcohol and drugs had derailed him from landing. Now two ... More >>
That's what Entertainment Tonight correspondent Diane Dimond thinks. Dimond's not buying the innocent act Hunter performed on Oprah yesterday--you know, how there was already trouble in the Edwards household when she came along and sprinkled her rancid pixie dust.
In a curious item today, "Tiger Hunt Spurs Tall Tales," the New York Post's Page Six scoffs at the "many rumors of [Woods'] whereabouts." "The least credible story," they assert, "is that he's shacked up with his No. 1 girlfriend, Rachel Uchitel, in Palm Beach, where they've been supposedly p ... More >>
Photo of Chaz Bono by Jason Bell, via PopnographyOut magazine's site provides a current photo of Chaz Bono in a sneak glimpse at the mag's Out 100 issue, which will name Chaz as a reinventing icon.
In honor of Michael Jackson, we're raiding our archives. Below, Elvis Mitchell's review of Jackson's straight-to-DVD Moonwalker, published in May of 1989. Psycho Shopper By Elvis Mitchell May 23, 1989 I recently had a truly astonishing viewing experience, catching "Moonwalker," the Michael Jackso ... More >>
We hear paramedics were summoned, and he wasn't breathing when they got to his house. Cardiac arrest. 99 out of 100 celebrity watchers are thinking "drugs." But you know both Michael Jackson and you are older than you used to be, right? We doubt MJ's the type to watch his cholesterol. We know ever ... More >>
Who says Montreal is cold? It's hot, baby.
"When my relatives came from India," says Suketu Mehta, author of Maxium City, "they would want to see two things: The Statue of Liberty, and Sam and Raj's appliance shop." We're standing in front of Sam and Raj's, which is still on 74th Street in Jackson Heights, Queens, where Mehta's relatives wou ... More >>
Today the Post’s front page features a smiling Barack Obama. The paper is endorsing the Illinois Senator in the Democratic primary on Tuesday. The tabloid’s reason? Well, much like the New York Times and its endorsement of John McCain for the Republican primary, it’s a case of "It’s not you, ... More >>
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