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The Manning brothers are at it again. No, not on the football field, but in a brand new music video.
It was truly ladies’ night out at the Lower East Side rock venue Arlene’s Grocery on Thursday night.
You don’t have to go to the Great White Way to see great musical theater.
Heather Quinlan, a New York native and lifelong Mets fan, is working on a documentary film profiling the team’s 1986 championship season.
CBS 2’s Dana Tyler interviewed Zak Resnick, who plays the role of the successful yet struggling musician in “Piece of My Heart: The Bert Berns Story.”
The couple married Saturday before family and friends gathered at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port on Cape Cod.
A late actor best known for portraying a New Jersey mobster and a former governor remembered for raising taxes are among the newest members of New Jersey’s Hall of Fame.
Good news New York! Late Show with Stephen Colbert isn’t going anywhere.
Classic cult-movie director John Waters called up the WCBS-FM Star Phone to talk with Scott Shannon about his latest project, a book chronicling his cross-country trek via hitchhiking—yes, hitchhiking!
“My friend David Letterman, whom you may have heard announced that he was retiring in about a year, is just taking advantage of this last year to do quirky things that he always wanted to see on the show and he mentioned ”MacArthur Park’ can we do something with that?’ From there it just sort of mushroomed,” Paul said.
“At first all my idols were basketball players and, and athletes really…and then I started watching movies but I didn’t want to be an actor I wanted to be the character,” Michael said. “So like I wanted to be Rocky, I wanted to be John Travolta in ‘Saturday Night Fever’.”
He was found dead of natural causes at his home in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles Saturday evening, Los Angeles police officer Alonzo Iniquez said early Sunday.
The world’s most famous feline was back in the Big Apple today, and it was awful.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has body-slammed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s humorous attempt to sell a pension-reform plan.