Kirsten Dunst and new boyfriend Garrett Hedlund certainly aren't shy about their budding romance.
The couple was spotted "canoodling" at Sheets Energy's after-party for the premiere of Dunst's flick "Bachelorette," which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
Also at the bash: Christina Hendricks, Chris Rock and Helen Hunt.
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It seems that trouble began brewing for Demi Moore weeks ago.
According to Us Weekly, Moore - who was rushed to the hospital Monday night, reportedly because of substance abuse issues - was out of control while partying at Hollywood's Beacher's Madhouse earlier this month.
"[She was] table-dancing while three guys sat there watching," a witness told Us Weekly. "She was... » more
Ron Paul can be bought -- or at least a 12" figure of him can.
Earlier this week, Revolution PAC unveiled a pair of limited edition action figures of the Republican presidential nominee, and you can have your Paul in one of two talking choices: "Commander-in-Chief" Paul, complete with his own mini-Constitution, and "Super Hero" Paul, sporting spandex and a superhuman physique.
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John Kerry's 2004 fight for the White House was brutal, but it was nothing like the beatdown he got on New Year's.
Sporting two shiners and a broken nose, the Massachusetts Democrat showed off a mangled mug this week, first at a White House ceremony Tuesday honoring the Boston Bruins' Stanley Cup title, then at President Obama's State of the Union, where his face made for some interesting... » more
New York City is more a popular tourist hotspot than originally thought.
Gotham attracted a record 50.5 million visitors last year, higher than officials original estimate of 50.2 million guests. The city had just under 49 million guests in 2010.
The visitors spent $32 billion during their stay -- also a record -- according to NYC & Company, the city's tourism agency. Most of the... » more
Picture this: Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal meet at net following another classic Grand Slam match - one victor, one vanquished. What comes next? A ceremony, of course, with a trophy for the winner (typically Nadal) and some kind of ignomious commemorative runner-up plate for the losing rival.
But there will be no such post-match event Thursday night at the Australian Open. For just the second... » more
The MTA will begin letting riders refill monthly and weekly MetroCards next month.
It's the first time straphangers can reuse the unlimited-ride cards, the agency said, and riders will be able to store an extra week or month on their card. The new feature was first reported by Second Avenue Sagas.
The change will impact nearly half of the agency's straphangers, who currently buy monthly... » more
U.S. President Barack Obama used his last State of the Union speech before the November election to paint himself as the champion of the middle class, by demanding higher taxes for millionaires and tight reins on Wall Street.
Taking advantage of the huge national platform of his annual speech to Congress, Obama defiantly defended his record after three years in office and laid blame for many... » more
Advocacy group Transportation Alternatives wants straphangers to rate their ride over the last few years.
They're asking riders, "Since 2009, has your commute on the NYC subway or bus gotten better or worse?" Riders should text the word "commute" to 30644 and say if their ride has gotten better, worse or stayed the same.
The group is conducting the survey to see how... » more
"Lady McCartney" has left the MTA board.
Nancy Shevell, who married ex-Beatle Paul McCartney in October, announced Wednesday that she was stepping down from the agency's board after more than 10 years.
"In my 30-year professional career, this has been the highlight for me," she told her fellow board members at Wednesday's meeting. "Thank you so much. I am so... » more