At least, we assume he can't time travel.
Because "we're in America."
A California-based company recently introduced a 'Sex and the City' themed blow-up doll called "Sarah Jessica Porkher." Great pun, right? They don't all work so well.
His supporters are planning a display that can only be described as cocky: raising $1 million online in only one minute.
They're downing coat hangers in Coney, resenting the gentry in Fort Greene, and freezing the teardowns in Prospect Heights. That and more in our daily borough news report.
A sick new trend is sweeping the Sixth Borough. What are the implications for New York?
How big of a Madonna freak are you? Big enough that you would be thrilled to have the chance to wager your hard-earned, depreciating American paycheck on a four-foot, 80-pound globe made of plaster, marble dust, and recyclable polystyrene because Madge rubbed her 50-year-old butt against it?
The Barneys creative director and author of 'Eccentric Glamour: Creating an Insanely More Fabulous You' answers those 21 questions we're always asking.
Will the Mets play Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" all year long? One can only hope.
Richard Gere has put his apartment in Julian Schnabel's Palazzo Chupi on the market, private-equity execs come down to earth, Sam Zell continues to be wacky, and Jeff Zucker and Harvey Weinstein fight like a couple of queens over 'Project Runway' in our daily roundup of real-estate, finance, media and law news.