Today’s warmer weather is expected to bring out a record number of revelers with nearly a million spectators set to pack into Times Square.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has selected the pop superstar to push the crystal button that will help drop the famed New Year’s Eve ball and ring in 2012.
Jennifer O’Neill says she worked for more than a year as Gaga’s personal assistant during the pop star’s 2010 Monster’s Ball tour.
Editors and broadcasters were asked to cast their ballots for who had the most influence on entertainment and culture in 2011.
Here are the nominations for the 2012 Grammy Awards, to air on CBS Sunday, February 12.
One Little Monster could have something to be very, very thankful for this Thanksgiving—they could live it up Gaga style in the Lower East Side. The one-bedroom Lower East Side apartment that one Ms. Stefani Germanotta started her music career is on the market, and you could rent this prime real eastate for $1,850 a month.
Making her grand entrance to screaming fans, Lady Gaga turned the Upper East Side into her holiday playground.
Craig informed Al Dukes that Lady Gaga’s old apartment is for rent. He suggested Al rent it, so he can say that he has a place here in the city.
State Sen. Jeffrey Klein is proposing statewide legislation to expand second-degree manslaughter to include “bullycide.” The crime would be considered a felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison.
Today marks one year since the suicide of Rutgers freshman Tyler Clementi. The tragic anniversary comes days after an upstate teen was apparently driven to suicide after being bullied.
Living up to the reputations of older siblings is hard enough for normal folk, imagine what it’s like when your older sister is Lady Gaga.
Like many others who were in the city on Sept. 11, 2001, Lady Gaga has emotional memories of that day.
Hometown girl Lady Gaga will soon be visiting more animated surroundings: Springfield.
The most decorated artist in the music industry will be taking her knack for the over-the-top to Barneys on Madison Avenue to give Santa’s workshop a makeover this December.
At the Cooper Union, physics professor Robert Uglesich and some very smart high schoolers are spending their summer on a variety of projects.