Sunday night, the biggest sports-entertainment spectacle of the year, Wrestlemania 29, returns home to the New York/New Jersey area that birthed the event almost 30 years ago. While fans are flying in from all over the world to see such colossal match-ups as John Cena vs. The Rock and Brock Lesnar v ... More >>
This week's column is a cozy chat with R&B star Deborah Cox ("Nobody's Supposed To Be Here"), who's definitely supposed to be on Broadway.
In fact, she's costarring in the current revival of Jekyll & Hyde as Lucy, the hooker with the heart of gold and the lungs of steel as she belts out song after ... More >>
Paul Williams is the elfin guy with the shag who cowrote "Evergreen," starred in Phantom of the Paradise, won Grammys and an Oscar, and guested on The Tonight Show 50 times.
And he's still alive.
Stephen Kessler's documentary Paul Williams Still Alive proves it by actually catching up with the sin ... More >>
Our readers send us the most wonderful things. By e-mail and snail mail, our far-flung correspondents put in our hands Scientology's tasteless fundraising mailers (which we use in our recurring Sunday Funnies posts), they send us over-the-top glossy Scientology magazines, and of course they send us ... More >>
After returning to New York to open her East 11th Street business Extensions by JILL in March, hair colorist and stylist Jill Hammelman had a promotion: refer a friend and get 20 percent off. It worked, tripling business, she told us. But she was "completely surrounded by women." Now, she's engage ... More >>
While we wait for this Sunday's showdown between the Steelers and the Packers, we're feeling nostalgic for the big games of our past.
We've been spoiled lately with some pretty exciting Super Bowls. But we remember a time not so long ago when the ultimate championship tended to be something ... More >>
Heidi Montag has appeared on the reality show The Hills and performed some dance music. She is best known, though, for her various plastic surgeries, including spectacular breast implants, which she has craftily used to retain media attention.
Montag's lifts and load-ins have been covered in natio ... More >>
It took braver men than us to sit through the entirety of the "Hope for Haiti Now" telethon--our taste for artist self-martyrdom/self-aggrandizement is minimal, and since we have no desire to talk to George Clooney or Stevie Wonder personally on the telephone by way of giving money to a desperatel ... More >>
At first blush, it looks like a pretty damn edgy move for the White House Correspondents' Association to choose Jay Leno, the current supervillain of late night, to speak at their dinner this year. They even announced it on the day of Conan's last show.
You forget, this is the White House C ... More >>
Well, that's that. According to the terms of the contract, Conan gets $44 million and has to lay low for eight months, and then can go back to TV, unless he's wised up by then and taken our career advice. In the meantime, America's Sweetheart, Jay Leno, will take over The Tonight Show (insert ran ... More >>