Three former Church of Scientology officials tell the Voice that for years -- at least between 1991 and 2005 -- church leader David Miscavige kept a close watch on Tom Cruise with the use of a man named Michael Doven, who served as Cruise's personal assistant.
For much of that time, 1991 to 2001, C ... More >>
This morning's New York Post made it a lot easier to set up your office "Who's going to end up owning the Mets once the Wilpons have to repay their Madoff money?" pool, by running a helpful list of rich guys who, it claims, are in the running to buy at least a share of the Amazin's. Less help ... More >>
This season, we've seen a new trend on the run-a-way, and they're no longer toting ski masks and youth, but rather oxygen tanks and elegantly scripted threat notes. The New York Post reported today that a "Geezer thief" raided a Midtown store with a cane in one hand and a handgun in the other ... More >>
New York mag reports that Tracy Morgan is packing up his shark's den and settling somewhere in the West 50s. We think being Morgan's new neighbor could be enthralling -- or endangering -- depending on how your sense of humor handles jokes about getting people pregnant behind a middle school. ... More >>
APThere's an old gray-hair robbing banks out in California, and earlier this week he struck again. He waits in line with the patience of one who has all the time in the world, what with retirement, then shows his handgun with a gentlemanly, old-world flourish and passes over a (we presume han ... More >>
In the late innings of last night's Mets win over the Cubs, Keith Hernandez, the former all-world first baseman whose baseball commentary has earned him Emmys, once again exposed his dinosaur politics.
A shot of the Empire State building, lit up in green, suddenly appeared on the ... More >>
Do you remember where you were 15 years ago today? Wherever you were, you probably woke up, like me, to the startling revelation that "There's no baseball today!"In fact, as we'll never forget, there was no baseball for the rest of the year -- none in fact until April of 1995. A ... More >>