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Rubber ducks have been immortalized in song. Now they’ve been inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame.
Stiller was set to play a man who grew up on the same day as Piazza and was classmates with him. Stiller grew to hate Piazza for many reasons and became determined to exact his revenge.
The dirty comic’s focus during his segment? Hating A-Rod. Victorino and Gomes, sitting alongside the former Howard Stern sidekick, cracked up as Lange ripped Alex Rodriguez incessantly.
An all-star lineup is slated to perform in Hackensack this weekend as a comedy tribute to original Saturday Night Live cast member Gilda Radner.
CBS says “The Price is Right” is planning a milestone birthday celebration for former host Bob Barker.
Tim Conway’s new book “What’s So Funny” chronicles the comedian’s half century of making us laugh — from McHales’s Navy to the Carol Burnett Show. And you know what? His wit is as sharp as ever.
‘The New Atlanta’ star Africa Miranda stops by to dish on all the drama of the new show’s explosive first season.
Born in Brooklyn and raised on Long Island, Reed fronted the highly influential band the Velvet Underground and experienced much success as a solo artist.
An actor on a popular HBO series who says he was stopped buying sunglasses because of his race at a Macy’s department store in the city has filed a lawsuit against the company.
In response to charges of racial profiling at Barneys, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said it’s a daily phenomenon for police officers to be called in by high-end retailers to investigate suspected shoplifting and credit card fraud.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation stopped by the 92.3 NOW FM NYC studios Wednesday with wish child Mark Guerra, a 19-year-old musician from San Antonio, Texas.
Elizabeth Hazan, 41, on Wednesday was able to get into a $2 million two-bedroom unit she once occupied despite a judge’s ruling.
Performers like Matthew Broderick, Harvey Fierstein, Kristen Chenoweth, Nathan Lane and Glenn Close are featured in the multimedia project.
Elle honored four famous females with their own covers of the magazine’s November issue for their annual “Women In Hollywood” feature, but one version of the edition is drawing a lot of attention.