The Fall 2014 Issue
As many as 100,000 EDM fans will descend on Randall's Island this weekend for the return of Electric Zoo. Over three days, the mostly 20-something crowd will hear an impressive roster of DJs that includes superstars David Guetta, Armin Van Buuren, Paul Van Dyk, Victor Calderone, Kaskade, and Sasha. ... More >>
Just when you think it can't get any better, Roaniah Tuisosopo, the man who claims to be he sole perpetrator of the Manti Te'o fake girlfriend hoax, appears on TV with Dr. Phil. (The first part of the interview was aired Thursday, the second part runs today at the same time and channel. 3:00 pm CBS) ... More >>
Earlier today, we reported on the new information available about Guantanamo Bay, as some of the world's largest news organizations began publishing piles of previously classified documents about more than 700 prisoners detained there since 2002. The information was leaked to Julian Assange a ... More >>
Gotham gossip loses grip, fights off rabble. Rattled tattletales tell all.
David Paterson complains that he's a serious leader who gets no respect and today's Page Six in the Post offers one more clue why he's got that little problem: His latest best hang-around pal and political ally is none other than Bo Dietl, the self-inflated private eye to the stars whose idea ... More >>
It had to happen: now there's a cougar dating site. Cougar Life is for "Women in their PRIME: independent, sexy and wildly successfull" who "enjoy men that are youthful" -- and, of course, for those youthful men who like the idea. It's the brainchild of Claudia Opdenkelder, 39 years old (she told ... More >>
At the star-studded Walter Cronkite tribute at Lincoln Center today, Tom Brokaw leaned on the comedy, recalling a call he received from Cronkite. Didn't recognize the voice at first. "Who is this? It's Walter Cronkite, for God's sake! How soon they forget!" His stories about Cronkite's wife ... More >>
Violate some categories! A downtown poet-performer collects 25 years of art writing.
New York's literary community remembers two dominant, departed presences
George Mitchell has actually achieved something as a peace-maker, helping to effect the Good Friday Agreement that virtually ended decades of strife in Northern Ireland, so maybe he can knock some sense into the heads of those crazy Hatfields and McCoys over in the Middle East, to which President O ... More >>
Sally Hawkins just grins, while Greg Kinnear spills the Soup
Strafing the Palin record
Musto zings tenor and Lance sings bass. Plus gossip hot enough to roast a Friar.
Rex Grossman: Not the Lord's Quarterback PREGAME: I flipped over to the Animal Planet Puppy Bowl around 5:00, just to see what all the aww-ing was about…. and left it there until 6. Whoops. That thing is oddly mesmerizing, certainly more so than Jim Nantz and Phil Simms. I just hope I didn't miss ... More >>
What the 'Dirty Bomber' ruling means for you
Jose Padilla indicted at last
The death and life of network evening news; plus: Krugman's journey to prime critic of Bush
Why the "Dirty Bomber" case threatens everyone's rights
Capital-'R' Romantics and Secular Priests
Hillarys Performance: All Smiles, No Substance