Um, you realize these people vote, right?
The '24' actor got into a barroom brawl, just like back in the day. And more in our gossip roundup.
The mayor's tourism campaign makes Spanish Harlem look somewhat enjoyable.
David Dinkins will back Thompson, but he won't say anything bad about Bloomberg, because he likes him a lot.
As if being a 6-year-old in Manhattan wasn't demoralizing enough already.
Two weeks after various conflict-of-interest allegations surface, the city finance chief has tendered her resignation.
Doesn't anyone in the White House know how to use Photoshop?
We will defeat this swine flu with our most human of faculties: reason.
Hizzoner is breaking spending records, but that's his right.
Aw. That's nice. We're sure he'll say that whatever actual Democrat opposes him this year in the mayoral race is even more outstanding. Right?
It's true what they say: No man is poor who has friends, and billions of dollars.
But they did spend a romantic evening together.
He's joined by Bloomberg, Quinn, and many more in a moving, optimistic press conference.
No one criticized him when things were going well, the mayor says, so no one should criticize him now.
The 'Times,' naturally, objects.
He'll now be on the Republican and Independence Party ballot lines. But why stop there?
First she was dumped by Samantha, and now she's been dissed by her idol. The trials of Lilo, and more, in our daily gossip roundup.
Nate Archibald will be in good company.
Hizzoner gets the nod from the Independence Party, inches closer to Republican line.
The 'City' star was spotted "getting smoochy" with Robert Buckley. Plus: Beyoncé buys a bling-y bra, and much to the tabloids' consternation, Jennifer Aniston is still not pregnant.