When Ashley Madison, OkCupid of adultery, released stats suggesting that family friendly-seeming Park Slope might have more cheating spouses -- especially dads -- than elsewhere in New York, people reacted the way people tend to react to this kind of news.
Of course, some (wrongly) blamed wives fo ... More >>
Of course, you've heard of (but certainly never used!) the website Ashley Madison, tagline "Life is short. Have an affair." After all, it's "the world's leading married dating service for discreet encounters." And of course you've heard of Newt Gingrich, Republican presidential contender, man ... More >>
Friday, December 9
Better than: Dinner and a movie.
Not to make Robin Thicke's sold-out show at Highline Ballroom a race thing, but no one got to make the joke about a white R&B singer with a smoking biracial wife singing to a largely black audience before he did. ... More >>
What's that URL again?Noel Biderman, the CEO and founder of married-person dating website Ashley Madison (tagline: "Life is short. Have an affair."), like any observer of powerful men in America, was not all that surprised by Anthony Weiner's obsession with cyber sex, but he does appreciate t ... More >>
Let's hand it to Spirit Airlines, the budget travel company, for making a real stretch to capitalize on current events. Instead of leaving cheating website Ashley Madison all of the post-Anthony Weiner glory, Spirit connected a New York congressman to purchasing air travel with only one under ... More >>
Last week, an old friend we hadn't spoken to for a long time announced on Facebook that she was getting a divorce. She didn't do so by writing a message. Rather, she simply changed her relationship status from "married" to "single." (She also dropped her husband's last name for her maiden nam ... More >>
Barrios and his lyin' eyes.So, our Chilean miner with the mistress -- Yonni Barrios -- whose wife and "lady on the side" found out about one another while he was stuck underground (and whose wife subsequently failed to meet him on the day of his ascent) has been offered a $100,000 endorsement ... More >>