21st Annual Quilt Show: 'Cool Quilts' As the weather continues to get colder, take a moment out of your weekend to warm up and stop by the Lefferts Historic House to view its annual exhibit of quilts. You won't be able to escape the cold completely, though, as this year's showcase centers on blue and green hues, winter landscapes and other chilly concepts. The exhibit is open to the public Saturdays... » more
Not Fade Away 3 stars Directed by David Chase Starring John Magaro, Jack Huston, Will Brill, James Gandolfini Rated R Opens Friday
"The Sopranos" creator David Chase makes his big-screen directorial debut with a much different New Jersey story in "Not Fade Away," which depicts the travails of an aspiring Garden State band during the 1960s.
The flick zeroes in on the... » more
New York has long been an object of affection for the Hollywood set, a place where the A-list can slink under the radar, evading the gaze of too-cool New Yorkers with little more than a pair of oversized sunglasses.
Now boasting nine pro sports teams, with the addition of the Brooklyn Nets this fall, the pro-athlete is set to become an increasingly common sighting on the city streets, as more... » more
The first $50 million raised from last week's 12/12/12 benefit concert is now filtering out to victims of Superstorm Sandy, organizers said Wednesday.
The Robin Hood Foundation will distribute the money to hundreds of organizations in the tri-state area that are helping victim, and organizers said more money could be on the way.
"We are forever grateful to the unlimited generosity... » more
This is 40 3.5 stars Directed by Judd Apatow Starring Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Albert Brooks, Jason Segel Rated R
Paul Rudd had a succinct way of introducing a clip from "This is 40" when he appeared on the "Late Show with David Letterman" this week: "This is [co-star] Leslie [Mann] and I talking about just being 40."
That description doesn't only fit the... » more
If you're a regular No. 7 train rider, you're in for a long winter.
The MTA is shutting shut down service on the line between Queensboro Plaza and Times Square every weekend from Dec. 28 through March 25, the agency said.
The shutdowns will begin at 11:45 p.m. Friday and last until 5 a.m. Monday each weekend, during which crews will perform signal, tunnel and track maintenance in the... » more
The Mets' newest prospect is already in hot water, as he was caught tweeting and then deleting an anti-gay slur.
Noah Syndergaard, 20, tweeted "nice crocs --- lol," at a friend last week and subsequently deleted it, according to published reports.
Syndergaard was acquired with catching prospect Travis d'Arnaud and other players this week, in a deal that sent Cy Young Award... » more
The man accused of pushing a Queens man onto a subway track was indicted Tuesday by a Manhattan grand jury.
Naeem Davis, who admitted to pushing Ki-Suck Han onto the subway tracks as straphangers watched in horror, was formally indicted for second-degree murder of the 58-year-old man after shoving him following a heated argument.
The incident caused national outrage after the Post ran... » more
It's been nearly two months since Superstorm Sandy hit New York, but the discussion of how to protect the boroughs from Mother Nature will last longer.
The City Council announced Tuesday a set of hearings starting in the new year that will look at how various city agencies handled the storm and what they will do in the future.
In addition, Council Speaker Christine Quinn and other council... » more
Security guards at Kennedy Airport have halted their planned strike that was set to hit during the height of the traveling season, according to published reports.
Workers with Global Elite Group Inc. and Air Serv Corp. approved the strike for Thursday, saying they had issues with their training and had been forced to perform plane searches with low-quality equipment, possibly enabling security... » more