Who knew Ice-T was a role model? Ice Loves Coco, E!'s new reality show about the rapper/actor and his model/fashion designer wife, makes them look like such a perfect couple that you almost expect them to turn into anime characters and see little cartoon hearts popping above their heads as t ... More >>
Richard Belzer told me this at a party the other night.
Tarantino has long harbored a deep-seated love for Jerry, who was one of his icons when he grew up.
In fact, when Tarantino was asked by teachers to clean up the art room, he'd comically knock over the easel and do other shtick in emul ... More >>
Law & Order ends its 20-year run tonight. Throughout the show's long reign, phalanxes of honorable detectives have cleaned the New York streets of crime and debris while throwing out witty one-liners and re-enacting plotlines ripped from real-life headlines. Grabbing a cameo on the show has a ... More >>
A Benefit for Tuli Kupferberg
St. Ann's Warehouse
Friday, January 22
Nothing crystallizes the identity politics lurking somewhere near the core of pop music quite like benefit and tribute concerts, where donor acts reconstruct the beneficiary in their own image, often to revelatory - or, nearly a ... More >>
On January 22, St. Ann's Warehouse will be hosting a benefit concert to help pay medical expenses for Tuli Kupferberg, the anti-war poet and all around wiseass who co-founded local heroes the Fugs.
Whether because of their political activism (Kupferberg was arrested trying to levitate the P ... More >>
The National Football League has a large millionaire population which predictably contributes overwhelmingly to Republicans over Democrats. Yet this week we learned from rightbloggers that the NFL is in fact a wing of the liberal conspiracy.
Early this month Rush Limbaugh and Dave Checketts coll ... More >>
Events may have caught up with "Poor Baby Bree." While the good times were still rolling, Bree Benton's vaudeville act, with songs from the early 1900s to 1920s, seemed an odd but charming footnote in the city's phalanx of nightclub performers. But now that times are as hard as the Panic of 1907, a ... More >>