AOL's WalletPop site has revealed the safest neighborhoods in America's major cities based on neighborhood and FBI crime data. Guess what!? Bedford Avenue has ranked as one of those cozy locales, where your chance of becoming the victim to a crime is but 1 in 500 each year.
The Sex and the City 2 gals couldn't exactly be made to romp around the economic ravages of America.
That wouldn't be all that appealing.
So the sequel sends them to Abu Dhabi!
In a feverish stretch of the imagination, Samantha manages to get a job there and arranges to have all her friend ... More >>
Turnout is reported heavy in the Scott Brown-Martha Coakley Massachusetts special election that is expected to end the Democrats' supermajority in the Senate. Massachusetts secretary of state William Galvin expects between 40 and 55 percent attendance, unusual for a special election, despite incleme ... More >>
Syd LondonThe spread at the Cookie Takedown
The Cookie Takedown, brainchild of Matt Timms (he of the Bacon, Chili, Fondue and Cheese Takedowns), took place under the dangling chandeliers of Brooklyn's Bell House last night to the strains of stoner metal. "I bet people would prefer a DJ, but I ... More >>
Yes In My Backyard is a semiweekly column showcasing MP3s from new and emerging local talent.
Washington Heights freak-poppers Hollands are a cheery mix of folk, punk, and free-noise. Both frontman John-Paul Norpoth and violinist Jannina Barefield have laid down some sessions on various Akro ... More >>
The videotape of the confession of a young man who purportedly admitted to purposely setting a fire that left four of his neighbors dead is inaudible, and is going to be thrown out of court if the case goes to a jury trial, a Long Island judge ruled today.
19-year-old Caleb Lacey was a volun ... More >>