Pauly D isn’t going to stop having one-night stands just because he recently fathered a child with one.
“Uh no,” he told Us Weekly when asked about his plans to put the brakes on having one-night stands.
But he will be careful in the future, emphasizing “protection" to the magazine.
Earlier this month, the former “Jersey Shore” star met his 6-month-old daughter, Amabella,... » more
Kelly Killoren Bensimon talks about life, fashion and kids with designer and New Yorker Tess Giberson.
New Hampshire-born designer Tess Giberson does it all on her terms. The working mother of two has a fashion pedigree most designers dream of. After graduating from Rhode Island School of Design in 1996, Giberson moved to New York with her boyfriend and began her career working at Calvin Klein... » more
Whitney Port is headed for the altar.
The "Hills" alum is engaged to beau Tim Rosenman, a rep for Port confirmed on Thursday. Rosenman worked as a field producer on Port's MTV spinoff series "The City."
The 28-year-old reality starlet turned fashion designer's big news comes about a month after former co-star Lauren Conrad got engaged to William Tell.... » more
Kim Kardashian is oh-so-proud of her oh-so-svelte post-baby body -- and she doesn't want anyone to think she didn't work her famous booty off to get it.
The reality starlet is slamming a cover story in the tabloid Life & Style this week claiming that she underwent $80,000 in cosmetic procedures to drop the pounds she gained while pregnant with 5-month-old daughter North West.
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"The Commons of Pensacola," film actress Amanda Peet's debut as a playwright, also marks Sarah Jessica Parker's first performance on the New York stage since the end of "Sex and the City" about a decade ago.
Parker plays Becca, a middle-aged actress whose father is a Bernie Madoff-like financier recently caught by the authorities, leaving him in jail and her mother Judith... » more
Philomena Two and a half stars Directed by Stephen Frears Starring Judi Dench, Steve Coogan Rated PG-13 Playing at Paris Theatre and Sunshine Cinema
"Philomena" is a deeply pleasant movie.
That's a weird thing to write when you consider that it's about an elderly Irish woman (Judi Dench) searching for the long-lost son who was taken from her while she lived in a convent... » more
Delivery Man Two stars Directed by Ken Scott Starring Vince Vaughn, Chris Pratt, Cobie Smulders Rated PG-13
A couple years ago, the East Village's Anthology Film Archives held a repertory series called "Auto-Remakes," which spotlighted directors who remade their own movies. It's a strange phenomenon but more common than you might think: Filmmakers ranging from Alfred Hitchcock to... » more
Thanksgiving is still a week away, but Lincoln Center Theater is already serving up a giant turkey in the form of Jack O'Brien's bloated, poorly acted and strangely conceived production of "Macbeth" starring Ethan Hawke.
Lincoln Center Theater's decision to do "Macbeth" now is questionable. Alan Cumming's streamlined version, in which he played virtually every character,... » more
'Romeo' to close a month early on Dec. 5
The Broadway revival of "Romeo and Juliet" starring Orlando Bloom, which received unenthusiastic reviews when it opened back in September and has done lackluster business since then, will end its run on Dec. 8 instead of Jan. 12, the previously announced closing date. Last week, it filled only 38.9% of the Richard Rodgers Theatre. Gypsy of... » more
Steven Assael: New Drawings
Stop by the Forum Gallery today to scope out a new exhibit of drawings by New York City artist Steven Assael, known for his figurative paintings and drawings. This exhibit showcases 23 drawings of contemporary men and women, individually and in groups. There will be a reception for the artist tonight from 5:30 to 7:30, and the exhibit will be on view through Feb.... » more