Little White Lies 2.5 stars Directed by Guillaume Canet Starring Marion Cotillard, Francois Cluzet, Jean Dujardin Not Rated
It seems like each new month brings another movie about friends gathering in the same house for a reunion, or a vacation, where past hurts and other forms of dysfunction take hold.
"Little White Lies" offers a French take on the formula, prominently features... » more
Sleepwalk with Me 3 stars Directed by Mike Birbiglia, Seth Barrish Starring Mike Birbiglia, Lauren Ambrose Not Rated
Mike Birbiglia's "Sleepwalk with Me" is the big-screen treatment of the comedian's semi-autobiographical one-man show about his struggle with sleepwalking and the clarity it forced upon his professional and personal lives.
The movie retains the spirit of the... » more
Yankees pitcher Ivan Nova will miss his next scheduled start as he undergoes tests today to determine the cause of tightness in his right shoulder, according to published reports.
Nova, 25, told reporters yesterday he started feeling the tightness as he pitched to the Chicago White Sox's Alexei Ramirez, during Tuesday night's loss. Manager Joe Girardi didn't rule out putting Nova on the DL,... » more
A state court declared an MTA tax unconstitutional Wednesday, handing a victory to municipalities outside of New York City, but threatening to blow a massive hole in the cash-strapped agency's budget.
The lawsuit argued that the Payroll Mobility Tax, created in 2009 as part of a state bailout for the MTA, "unfairly burdened" employers, with the tax charging them 34 cents for every $100 of... » more
About two dozen people gathered Wednesday to ask the city to reconsider whether 186 Spring St. - which holds a significant place in the history of gay rights - deserves landmark status, which would prevent its possible demolition this year.
Queens Councilman Daniel Dromm, along with Andrew Berman, executive director of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, State Sen. Tom... » more
In a city of 8 million people seemingly living on top of each other, it's hard to believe that anyone has more space than they know what to do with.
But that's exactly the "problem" some lucky New Yorkers have - particularly those living in the big, open lofts prevalent in downtown Manhattan, Long Island City, Williamsburg and some parts of the Bronx, according to a few interior... » more
New York's women have got the power.
Forbes Magazine Wednesday released its annual list of the World's 100 Most Powerful Women -- and a dozen have New York ties, including Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who came in at No. 2.
Among the women who have either lived, worked or grew up in New York City on the annual list include Lady Gaga, who came in at 14, and famed fashion designer... » more
New York Cardinal and president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops Timothy Dolan will give the benediction at the Republican National Convention in Tampa when presumptive nominee Mitt Romney accepts the presidential nomination a week from today, according to The Associated Press.
Romney announced the Cardinal's appearance in an interview on "The World Over Live" television show on... » more
A transit cop accidentally shot a homeless man while trying to arrest him on Tuesday night for allegedly swiping cash off an outdoor table at a Harlem restaurant, police said Wednesday.
Cops joined two men who were chasing Richard Pearson after he allegedly stole $40 from a table outside Picante Mexican Restaurant at about 10:15 p.m. Tuesday, police said.
When Pearson eventually stopped... » more
When it comes to New York City, political pundits say President Barack Obama has locked in the vote, but that doesn't mean Mitt Romney can have a take at the Big Apple's piggy bank.
The GOP Presidential candidate has been surging in fundraising in New York, and is on the way to exceed his predecessor, according to campaign finance records.
Romney has raked in nearly $11 million so far... » more