There’s some good economic news for residents of Nassau County. Sales tax revenues have jumped in Nassau County, and county comptroller George Maragos said they are up 5.2 percent compared to last year.
Tim Tebow’s evangelical personality and playing style have New Yorkers divided on Tebowmania. But this isn’t the first time in recent memory that a polarizing sports star has come to town and inhabited the back pages.
What’s that sound? Is that nepotism I hear singing…oh no, it’s Madonna’s daughter Lourdes.
Madonna is kicking off her New World tour on May 29 in Tel Aviv. She’ll be coming to the Bronx on September 6.
In front of some 110 million viewers on NBC and uncounted others online, M.I.A. flipped the bird and appeared to sing, “I don’t give a (expletive)” at one point, though it was hard to hear her clearly.
Madonna positioned herself as the queen of a new generation of pop stars at the Super Bowl halftime show — complete with throne — but didn’t have complete control of her show.
For fans of “the other” New York team, Super Bowl XLVI is about as bad as it gets.
Madonna promised that there will be no wardrobe malfunction during her halftime show. But that doesn’t mean the Giants aren’t hoping for something to come loose on somebody.
Bill Belichick and Rob Gronkowski have insisted all week that the Patriots tight end has been making progress. I guess they were telling the truth…or maybe they’re just playing games!
Madonna won’t explicitly say who she’s rooting for, but her spot-on salsa dance in honor of Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz may have revealed where her allegiance lies.
Jerry “Rello” Recco gave us his first update of the morning, and started it off in unique fashion.
Wednesday marked another day where the focus was on the high left ankle sprain of Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.
But will she be a hit with die-hard football fans?
How can the NFL top last year’s panned Super Bowl entertainment? They’ve reportedly turned to Madonna.
A celebrity jeweler says Courtney Love hasn’t returned nearly $114,000 worth of borrowed baubles, and the gem dealer is suing to get them back.