"Smurfs 2," set to hit theaters on Wednesday, premiered in the city Sunday at Lighthouse International Theater in the Upper East Side. Spotted on the blue carpet: Christina Ricci, Lilla Crawford, Fatima Ptacek, Eric West, Fabolous with Emily B and his son, June Ambrose and her two children, Debi Mazar and kids, Yaya DaCosta and two little ones, as well as Hank Azaria and his family,... » more
It was a day of bargain hunting in the Hamptons at Super Saturday 16. The designer discount, which benefited the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund and was hosted by Kelly Ripa and creator Donna Karan, brought out a slew of designers and celebs.
“I keep telling my husband, I’m like, ‘Listen, I don’t want to hear it, this is all for a good cause!’” Ripa said.
Beth Stern proudly noted that she... » more
A Queens man was arraigned Saturday on charges of stalking CNN journalist Anderson Cooper for nearly five years, ending with an attempt to kick down the door to Cooper’s four-story West Village pad, according to published reports.
Alex Hausner, a 40-year-old self-described gay, Jewish white supremacist, was charged with felony first-degree menacing, misdemeanor harassment and... » more
‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’ It’s just a jump to the left. And then a step to the right. So put your hands on your hips — put on some bright red lips — and Time Warp down to Tompkins Square Park to catch a FREE screening of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” The night will kick off with a set from Jason Trachtenburg & The Pendulum Swings. So let’s do the Time Warp again. Let’s do... » more
“The Wolverine,” starring Hugh Jackman as Marvel Comics' sharp-clawed superhero, slashed its way to $55 million in U.S. and Canadian ticket sales to claim the box office crown in a summer that hasn't been kind to some other big-budget action films.
“The Wolverine,” which cost an estimated $120 million to make, stars Jackman in his sixth film as the ageless mutant, which is also featured in... » more
In what was likely an accident, Best Buy revealed the specs and images of the new Nexus 7 tablet early Wednesday morning, only hours before Google's own announcement about the device.
The tablet was made available for pre-order but was later not available for purchase and instead labeled "Coming Soon."
By then, tech sites all over the Web were saturated with details about the... » more
Fashion Week could be heading far out west.
The biannual gathering of designers, models, fashionistas and more may make its permanent home at the Culture Shed at Hudson Yards, according to Women's Wear Daily.
"In all likelihood, fashion week will come to Hudson Yards. It needs a permanent home," said Jay Cross, president of Hudson Yards, at a preview of the site, WWD reported.
Fashion... » more
The missing impresario of the popular Brooklyn restaurants DuMont, DuMont Burger and the recently shuttered Dressler was found dead in a family car parked in a Fogelsville, Pa, cemetery. It was apparently a suicide, according to press reports.
Colin Devlin, 42, of East Williamsburg, was reported missing Wednesday and his body was found Thursday, police said. Devlin was reportedly depressed... » more
Two polls released Thursday show Eliot Spitzer leading Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer in the city comptroller race, although the former governor’s lead varies in both surveys.
A NBC 4/Wall Street Journal/Marist College poll conducted Wednesday has Spitzer leading 49% to 32% among registered Democrats. But a Quinnipiac University poll of Democratic likely voters conducted between... » more
Former Yankees star Hideki Matsui is set to retire as a Yankee on Sunday, when he will be honored by the team with "Hideki Matsui Bobblehead Day."
Hideki, 39, played for the Yankees between 2003 and 2009 after 10 seasons of playing in Japan for the Yomiuri Giants. He went on to play for Los Angeles, Oakland and Tampa Bay, but recently signed a one-day contract with the Yanks' minor league... » more