Susan Sarandon's Manhattan Apartment Burglarized Police believe the burglar used a ladder from the top of a neighboring building to gain access to the roof of Sarandon's West 15th Street building.
De Blasio Announces Star-Studded Inaugural CommitteeGabrielle Fialkoff was named the inauguration chairwoman. Fialkoff, the president of a jewelry company, served as finance chairwoman for de Blasio's successful runs for public advocate and mayor.
Celebrities Lead Crowd Of 3,000 In Albany Protesting Hydraulic FracturingIt’s the one political hot potato Gov. Andrew Cuomo dodged in both his budget proposal and his State of the State speech -- to frack or not to frack.
Actress Susan Sarandon Says Government Is Tapping Her PhoneThe Oscar-winning actress recently made that claim during a panel discussion with filmmaker Michael Moore at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Whoopi Goldberg Joins Design Jury For AIDS Memorial Park In Greenwich VillageThe memorial is planned for a triangle across the street from the former St. Vincent's Hospital in Greenwich Village. The property is now owned by Rudin Management.
Some Business Owners Ramp Up Distaste For 'Occupy Wall Street' ProtestersOn Monday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said “Occupy Wall Street” protesters can stay and have their say as along as they're law-abiding. But also expressing themselves were the business owners around Zuccotti Park, who are angered.
'Occupy Wall Street' Movement Gains Momentum, Attention And Controversy The movement has been getting support from some unlikely places and has spawned questions about what protestors are actually trying to achieve.
Police Arrest Hundreds Of 'Occupy Wall Street' Protesters On Brooklyn BridgeThe Brooklyn-bound lanes of the Brooklyn Bridge were shut down for hours after participants of "Occupy Wall Street" took their demonstration right on to the car lanes Saturday.
Protestors Continue 'Occupy Wall Street' Demonstration In Zuccotti ParkZuccotti Park is protest city. Demonstrators have been pouring in since the "Occupy Wall Street" began over a week ago.
NJ Hall Of Fame Goes From Virtual To PhysicalUntil now, the 3-year-old Hall has honored inductees, including Einstein, Sinatra, and Springsteen, but its exhibition space has been restricted to the Web.