Harold Camping--I mean the Mayan calendar--says the world be will as over as the macarena as of tomorrow, and here's what it's urgent that you do:
Don't take out your money and spend it.
Don't tell your loved ones of your warm feelings for them, and conversely, don't tell off those you d ... More >>
Yesterday at noon, protesters gathered at 59th Street and 5th Avenue (just across the street from the Plaza Hotel) for the Billionaire's March, a picket of the homes of five of New York's richest men: Rupert Murdoch, David Koch, Howard Milstein, Jamie Dimon, and John Paulson. Separate from ye ... More >>
This just in: if politics makes strange bed fellows, same-sex marriage makes them all the stranger. Kitty Lambert, one half of the first same-sex couple married in New York State just after midnight Sunday, will be joining Louis Marinelli on the National Organization for Marriage Equality Tou ... More >>
Goodbye to this graphic, retiring today. We'll miss you! (Not really.)Happy Same-Sex Sunday! As of this moment, same-sex marriage is legal in New York State. Right about now Kitty Lambert and Cheryle Rudd just said "I do!" in front of Niagara Falls. In the next 24 hours, the City of New York ... More >>
Kitty Lambert (left) with fiancé Cheryle RuddOn Monday, we reported that Kitty Lambert and her fiancé Cheryle Rudd will be the first same-sex couple to wed in New York State. The grandmothers of 12 will tie the knot before a crowd of thousands, in front of the specially rainbow lit Niagara ... More >>
C.S. MuncyBrian Brown (right), the President of NOM, marching with Sen. Ruben Diaz This whole week, we at Runnin' Scared are happy to bring you stories in our "Countdown to SSM" series, as we talk to New Yorkers leading up to the big day when marriage equality comes to all. Yesterday we share ... More >>
When the New York State Senate was torturing gay rights activists last month by putting issues dealing with Niagara Falls on their agenda before marriage equality, it seemed pointless. But maybe the two were connected after all!
According to a press release from New Yorkers United for Marria ... More >>
"Marriage is a wonderful institution, but who wants to live in an institution?"
You've all heard horrible stories about rambling, disconnected, unrehearsed, and even madly embarrassing toasts given at wedding banquets, sometimes ruining friendships and causing brides and gr ... More >>
Last time aroundAs the legislation session in Albany grinds on, and with the gay marriage vote still undecided, New York lawmakers approved Nik Wallenda of the storied Flying Wallendas to traverse Niagara Falls via tightrope. "I'm thrilled to death ... It is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportu ... More >>
It was a late night yesterday for advocates both for and against same-sex marriage equality, as the New York State Senate failed to bring the issue up for debate. However, before the Senate convened shortly after midnight, they did manage to bring up numerous important issues of the day, includin ... More >>
Last week, a bill that would allow Nik Wallenda of The Flying Wallendas to traverse Niagara Falls on a tightrope passed the Senate. The bill still has to pass the Assembly and then receive Governor Cuomo's approval. The Assembly could vote on the measure as early as today. If Wallenda is allo ... More >>
Clearly reaching for Daft Punk-ian heights. Pics by Chris, more below.Deadmau5/Erol Alkan/Afrojack
Friday, October 29
In the 1920s, the Roseland Ballroom was known as "the home of refined dancing," playing host to the likes of Louis Armstrong and Count Basie. These days, De ... More >>
Fabolous, the Brooklyn rapper whose Loso's Way is forthcoming in June, maintains a Twitter feed of such complicated brilliance and wisdom that we felt the need to interview it.
What up Fab?
Morning my twiggas.
As the rooster crows. What's on the docket?
hav a show n Niagara Falls 2day..
Ah, ... More >>
We know you're getting tired of hearing it, but knowledge is power, they tell us, so be aware that the state Department of Labor just put out new figures and guess what, everything's worse. New York City's unemployment rose from 6.9 in January to 8.1 in February. We seem to be tracking the national ... More >>