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The sharing of baby photos is moving to a whole new level.
A billboard was mounted on Interstate 78 in New Jersey this week, as family members continue their frantic search for a Hoboken man who vanished 10 days ago.
Dove had planned to post billboards in New Jersey starting in July telling residents to embrace being called “The Armpit of America.”
At first glance it’s seemingly harmless advertisement for Dove, with a woman showing her underarm. But then you notice snarky punch line.
A New York State senator has called for the removal of a billboard that an atheist group has mounted in Times Square, which, in the group’s words, argues that Christmas is “better without Christ.”
Leathers is the new face of a dating site that aims to pair women with “sugar daddy’s.”
A billboard over a storefront church in Corona, Queens that advertised a strip club has come down.
Restaurants, amusement parks and hospitals all use billboards to advertise. Now, one couple has marketed themselves on the New Jersey Turnpike in hopes that they will find a child.
In a sight for sore eyes in Elmhurst, Queens, a potentially dangerous billboard was finally coming down Wednesday.
A deteriorating and potentially dangerous sign hangs over Queens Boulevard, and a neighbor has been complaining that no one has taken action to prevent a tragedy.
Each artist has sold more than a million copies of a new CD during its first week. Taylor Swift’s “Red” just topped out at more than 1.2 million copies sold during its debut.
“You know that feeling when you have it,” one man told WCBS 880’s Alex Silverman. He was referring to that feeling that makes you want to scale a giant billboard with a can of paint.
They may have national awards and a pair of Number One hits, but life on the road for the Eli Young Band still involves traveling on a cramped tour bus with too many guys and some “unique smells.”
The American Atheists group that had hoped to erect a billboard in Hebrew and English saying “You know it’s a myth… and you have a choice” ran afoul of a higher power: The landlord.