Looks like Bruce Willis's mining team from Armageddon could be employed again. In a relatively strange press release, according to the Wall Street Journal, a new, fittingly named company called Planetary Resources, Inc. has teamed up with none other than the high officials at Goo ... More >>
This week's Village Voice cover story asks, "After two full terms and change, what do you call Bloomberg's New York? In many ways, the mayor has been merely a caretaker." Mayor Mike's third term -- which he made possible by changing the rules -- will be over in a few years. "Soon, he'll be ju ... More >>
Donald Trump has been being ever so coy about a possible run for president in 2012. He's hyping the will-he/won't-he tension just like a natural-born salesman with a reality TV show, which we suppose he is. He's been on the morning shows, he's made the ridiculous public statements about the l ... More >>
"There are always exceptions -- black swans, lone wolves, whatever. And I'm one of those exceptions."
Pic by Barbara PowersAs the rest of the indie-rock throng find success by getting in the van, crashing on icky floors, and playing an endless string of shows from one coast to the other, the ... More >>
Al Sharpton filled ten minutes of NY1 air time last week refusing to endorse Andrew Cuomo, seemingly untroubled by Carl Paladino's bizarre e-mails.
Instead, he heaped praise on Councilman Charles Barron, who is running against Cuomo for governor on the Freedom Party ballot line (it's free o ... More >>
Recently the top Google Trend item -- with "volcanic" traffic -- was "Obama Deception Censored." The phrase relates to filmmaker and Infowars proprietor Alex Jones' claim that his movie Obama Deception had been "erased, obliterated, censored" from YouTube via a hacked password.
(He doesn't explai ... More >>
You almost have to feel sorry for Kristin Davis, a/k/a, the former madam of a prostitution ring that allegedly supplied bigwigs (including Eliot Spitzer) with call girls. Not only did her business go bust, she's now running into logistical troubles with her intended gubernatorial run. 'Cause, ... More >>