The hands-free Whopper holder is real, sorta. Chances are good that in the last couple of years, you've helped a junk-food maker or fast-food company advertise itself. That's because big food corporations are figuring out that they can...Show More Summary
There is no political correctness in my rant. Just facts. Without diversity, there is no hip-hop, even if you choose to call it that. Hip-hop is not a reality TV show. Hip-hop is not a pair of pants sagging. Hip-hop has founders, innovation, and purpose.
Cuomo's fight for women's equality cannot afford to overlook transgender women, who are especially vulnerable to violence, harassment, and discrimination in housing, employment, and health care. I hope that the Women's Equality Coalition will recognize the vulnerability of all women.
Preemptively stifle the pangs of jealousy you might feel clicking through NY Mag's seven-photo slideshow of the $85 million, 5-bedroom apartment at 15 Central Park West. Yes, the views are stunning, and the marble is probably imported, but the stately beige walls belie a sad utilitarian soul. Show More Summary
Louis C.K. has built an entire career on examining his fraught relationship with junk food and lackadaisical approach toward fitness in general, so it's with some sadness that we see this photo, taken by Javier Romero this morning near Houston and Broadway, of a fitter, exercise-embracing Louis riding a Citi Bike. Show More Summary
While the three men did not take questions at the June 11 press conference and only provided a brief statement, Josh Williams and Ben Collins are now offering their first interview following the event.
Mmm, the sweet smell of new gas. While the Office of Emergency Management is fixing a gas pipeline, it's going to use cinnamon as a masking agent for the awful smell. Enjoy the scent on West 134 Street near the Hudson River while you can: It's only going to last from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. Show More Summary
We're not saying that Ted Chaough someone is going to die in a plane crash before the series finale of Mad Men, but one the agency's clients, Mohawk Airlines, did crash in real life in the 1960s. In 1969, specifically, the upcoming year on the show. Show More Summary
"Food Network Star" feels like sloppy seconds this season -- for good reason. It's the latest reality competition show to fall victim to several reality TV "professionals."
Aside from a brief cameo in 1985's Teen Wolf, the Moon's personal brand has suffered tremendously since the late 1960s. Any millennial expert will tell you that your career can't survive long on the fumes of tidal constituency or the tours of aging rock stars. Show More Summary
There was something remarkable about seeing rappers pledge their support to a mainstream presidential candidate, especially given the history of antipathy between national politicians and hip hop.
Susi Dollnig's short film "Just Passing By" is a warm and casual glimpse of the lives of a handful of New Yorkers who sat down with the filmmaker at a cafe table she set up on different streets around the city.
So totally worth it. A report published this week in the Journal of Emergency Medicine (via Consumerist) relates the less-than-uplifting tale of an unidentified UVa student who drank a quart of soy sauce back in 2011 and started twitching. Show More Summary
It's happened to us all: One minute, you're rolling through McCarren Park, looking fly with your roller blades and neon spandex shorts, checking out hotties on the grass while 2 Legit 2 Quit bumps from your boombox. Next thing you know, you're on the ground, legs akimbo and boombox smashed on the ground thanks to that god damn pot hole. Show More Summary
It was Tuesday, June 4th, and the top young entrepreneurs in New York City were competing in the semi-finals of NFTE's Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge (YEC)....
Teachers are being told that while there is no official lesson plan design, they better follow the recommended one if they expect to pass the upcoming evaluations.
Last week, an out-of-touch reactionary conservative claiming to "represent the majority of citizens" preached about how Citi Bike has destroyed everything good and beautiful about NYC in an inflammatory piece titled, "Death By Bicycle"—a...Show More Summary
Kate Upton has gone from doing the Dougie at a Clippers game to being on the cover of two Sports Illustrated Swimsuit editions and the cover of Vogue. She's also trying to be more than a model, so she's been acting more—and now Upton is filming a movie with Cameron Diaz, launching numerous boob puns. [ more › ]
Glancing at the shows nominated for Best Musical for this year's Tony Awards, it is easy to mistake the list as being a Hollywood box office report.
Dinner with friends at De Andrea. Former Detroit Pistons center Bill Laimbeer (member of the famed Bad Boys squad) is largely considered one of the dirtiest athletes in the history of professional basketball: He threw elbows, feigned fouls, talked trash, and pissed off basically everyone outside of Michigan. Show More Summary