Sherie Rene Scott pulls off a remarkable high wire act in her Piece of Meat show at 54Below.
She mixes whimsy with passion, wit with sincerity.
In her scripted monologues, the humor comes off pseudo ditsy but very smart; smartass but sophisticated.
And then she can sit down and sing a soulful bal ... More >>
Lock your doors. Even if you live here. This story kind of blows our minds. In Brooklyn Heights, people apparently feel so safe that they don't bother, most of the time, even locking their doors, or their windows. Maybe we're paranoid. (Yes, we're paranoid.) But, come on! It's the city! (We h ... More >>
Julie Earle-Levine, viaIt might get stolen! New York's Daily Intel has the story of real estate and modeling agency big shot Paolo Zampolli, whose family of three Patek Philippe and Rolex watches were stolen from his Gramercy Park apartment. One belonged to his 10 month old son -- seriously, ... More >>
When you get arrested for a crime -- like, say, stealing 750 identities and over $500,000 of cash to be spent on "Tiffany & Co. jewelry, Rolex watches, and luxury goods from Louis Vuitton and Bloomingdale's" -- there is one thing you should never, ever, ever, ever say to cops if you want don' ... More >>
Who knew that Bernie Kerik, the bullet-headed tough cop now headed to prison, was such a whiner? A really good whiner too, as proved by the latest submission by federal prosecutors to the White Plains judge who will sentence Kerik next week to somewhere north of 27 months.
Prosecutors cite a ... More >>
Hedge fund swindler Mark Bloom barely made a ripple of news yesterday when he copped to scamming his clients out of $20 million. And why would he? This is the post-Madoff world, where $50 billion stolen from trusting investors is the new threshold for working up a real outrage.
But as he st ... More >>