No woman, no matter how powerful, is immune from unprompted body appraisal, it seems—in a new interview, the New York senator says colleagues on Capitol Hill told her things like ‘you need to be beautiful again.’
Continue reading Senate Pigs Called Her ‘Porky’
From ‘Dirty Dancing’ to plain dirty: Sullivan County—100 miles from New York City—once had over 500 resorts. Today, all that remains of these Jewish holiday centers is a constellation of derelict buildings.
Continue reading The Ghost Hotels of the Catskills
Osama’s family business has bought into the Carrara quarries, which supplied the marble for some of Christianity’s greatest icons—and for the Freedom Tower in New York City.
Continue reading The Bin Ladens’ Michelangelo Connection
The New York Post claims (again) that music’s First Couple, Beyoncé and Jay Z, are no longer crazy in love and about to split up. Here are the biggest reveals from their doozy of a story.
Continue reading The End of Beyonce and Jay Z?
The sixth season finale of The Real Housewives of New York featured Aviva Drescher slam her prosthetic leg on a table, then throw it across the room. A new dramatic peak for the genre, or stinky nadir?
Continue reading ‘The Real Housewives’ Loses a Leg
The ridesharing app’s drivers have variously been accused of rape, kidnapping, and abuse.
Continue reading Can Rudy Giuliani Rescue Uber?
New York City is now the first place in the country where poor, detained immigrants facing deportation will have the right to free legal council.
Continue reading NYC Lets immigrants Lawyer Up
The Rat Information Portal (RIP)—an interactive public map—and other digital tools will help guide amplified rat extermination efforts in New York City this summer.
Continue reading Crowdsourcing NYC’s War on Rats