This week in New York comedy is a mixed bag, but in a good way. Come to think of it, why does the phrase "mixed bag" denote something bad? Mixes are good. They're full of surprises. Show me a bag with ten of the same thing, and I'll show you a boring bag. The next seven days will feature comedy talk ... More >>
We now come to the third and final installment of our unprecedented, soon-to-be-award-winning series on Scott Stapp's astonishing memoir, Sinner's Creed. In the first two parts, we looked at Stapp's struggles with God and his context as an artist. Today, at the significant risk of ending on a dark n ... More >>
Christopher Haynes, a 38-year-old Manhattan man who the Daily News reports "works in finance," is the third person -- at least the third person -- to accuse Johnny Utah's of running amok with their mechanical bull, a dangerous, though not living, beast that has launched many a finance guy int ... More >>
Mason DixonBars with mechanical bulls lure underage drinkers? Shocker!The Lower East Side was a touch less rowdy this weekend. Have the nightlife revelers finally moved on to a new part of town? No, of course not. But two hot spots were shuttered by the NYPD for underage drinking.
OK, so that almost certainly is not Rihanna, though the location does in fact seem to be New York's own Johnny Utah's, and you can't even actually watch the video here because whatever Celebuzz is, they don't believe in embeds, but whatever, what if it were true? One commenter claims this vid ... More >>
...is South Brooklyn Pizza's application for a full liquor license for 159 Prince Street. The space, between West Broadway and Thompson Street, was described in its real estate listing as "perfect for florist, lingerie, or any boutique." One can begin to guess how neighbors of the former copy shop w ... More >>