According to the New York Post, wealthy summer residents of Sagaponack, in the Hamptons, are very upset that they were without power (REAL power, not stupid old generator power) for so long following Hurricane Irene. They are so upset that they have made calls to "representatives, senators -- ... More >>
abhijittembhekar/flickrDrink your apples.It's always sad to see fruit stands at the farmers market become less and less diverse as the weather cools. Sure, New York apples are great, but they're just about the only tree fruit we're likely to see for the next six months. They'll even invade ou ... More >>
Talk about the least servicey kind of journalism, ever. Following in the wake of their crosstown rivals, the New York Daily News has gone ahead and had their reporters infiltrate a bunch of bars with fake IDs, and then expose them as the kinds of places young people can get into with fake IDs ... More >>
Chatting with Alison Arngrim, eavesdropping on Jennifer Coolidge
According to Madison Park News, Sagaponack, a -- yes, you guessed it -- Hamptons-themed restaurant opened today in the former Prey Bar & Lounge space on 22nd Street off of Fifth Avenue. On the menu: lobster rolls, Long Island corn, and, sigh, cupcakes.
Your guess is not as good as mine. But go ahead and try.
Cazwell's 20-minute bashes.
Riding the Elle train with the perky Broadway star; tall tales from Philippe Petit
The trailer's exciting. If that's not your thing, then try Hairspray. It grows on you.
Architects color the skyscraper green
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