Mad as hell, and shilling brilliantly for the Armory art fair
Dr. DrewNow that the Casey Anthony case is over -- not guilty on all murder counts, guilty only of four misdemeanors -- will cable news be able to give it up? More specifically, will Dr. Drew? This case has become cable news' hillbilly heroin and it'll be hard for them to kick. The six-week ... More >>
Morgan SchweitzerGet ready to go to the windows and start shouting this evening, because at precisely 5:13 P.M. Carl Paladino will be making a "major announcement" on TV and it's going to be look out below. "I must make my witness," he was heard telling aides yesterday as he ordered them to b ... More >>
Did you hear the big news? New York's angriest, smelliest gubernatorial candidate, Carl Paladino, is going to be on the TEE-VEE tonight at 5:13 p.m.. What's going to happen? Nobody knows! We have some ideas.
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So far the New Depression's been a lotta laughs, but now we have to worry about collateral damage, because it's not just the unemployed but also innocent clubgoers who are suffering: the Times tells us about DJ lessons for the newly jobless. "I used to spin records 30 years ago," says one 51-year-ol ... More >>
The AIG hearings in Washington last week offered a target-rich environment for outrage, and rightbloggers took their shots at congressional Democrats and President Obama for exploiting the situation politically. Don Surber issued a call to "Quit Scapegoating AIG" for the bonuses of which Obama and t ... More >>
Days before City Councilmember Tony Avella (D-Queens) officially declared his candidacy for mayor on Sunday, he released a video in which he compared his position to that of Howard Beale in the 1976 film, Network. The character, a ratings-challenged news anchor turned anti-corporate crusader portray ... More >>