They said he always seemed like a “nice kid.” Okaaaaaaaaay.
The comedienne reveals a beneficent streak at a charity affair in the Hamptons.
The scourge of Times Square is getting his own reality-TV show. Meanwhile, a Cadwalader partner sues over the mold in his Hamptons house, and the ‘Times’ thinks we care too much about people’s personal lives (can’t imagine why), and more, in our daily roundup of industry news.
Where to eat tacos in the Hamptons, a new casual restaurant at the U.S. Open, and more, in our morning news roundup.
The best lemony cocktails and another restaurant ice cream cart, in today's neighborhood food news.
Let’s face it. Eli Zabar’s gourmet market in Amagansett is no roadside stand.
Learn what an eruv is! It's the controversial talk of (possibly anti-Semitic!) Westhampton right now. Then welcome an Iraqi refugee and an Ohio maid to the East End! And peep the mad antics of Agassi, Graff, Zabar and Chase (Chevy!) in our Hamptons weekend round-up.
The developer learns you can't fight the piping plover.
The Hollywood couple will be moving into bigger digs than originally planned at One Madison Park. Plus, the latest on Wall Street, in the Hamptons, and down at 30 Rock in our daily industry roundup.
Also Cartier sues DKNY, Viktor & Rolf will hit the Hamptons this summer, and Cindy McCain shows more cleavage.
Plus, David Paterson hits the East End, Seinfeld plays ball, and Jeff Corwin thinks the Montauk Monster is just a raccoon. All in our Hamptons roundup.
We caught him in the Hamptons, but he looked pretty Williamsburg to us.
A chip off the old block!
While celebs shopped like mad at the Super Saturday benefit in the Hamptons, Starbucks were closing, Molly Sims was late for her own party, 'SATC''s Jason Lewis ran on the beach, and all the scarecrows fell down!
Sweaty celebrities trying on dresses, hot men chasing a tiny ball while riding horses, and performance artists prancing through the woods with cardboard boxes on their heads.
The 'Times' takes on the very real perils of having to deal with two homes.
Also, Lacoste puts Coca Rocha on a polo shirt, Jillian Lewis previews her fall line, and Rachel Weisz wears crazy duds for 'Vogue.'
The municipality, which includes summer homes of many rich-and-famous New Yorkers, only has $900 in the bank.
The Hampton Bays Diner says that town authorities wanted to end its Hispanic Night.
A month of bad headlines about her brother's book and her friendship with A-Rod is finally getting her down.