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Oh, Hello on Broadway
Nothing like the impending loss of a rent-controlled apartment to inspire creativity.
19 Lingering Questions About
Pretty Little Liars
That We Need Answered
So, uh, why did Noel Kahn even return?
It Looks Like Tidal Accidentally Released Rihanna’s Album … Then Took It Back
Blake Lively Made Out With a Giraffe
A little girl-on-girl action.
Solange Broke Out in Hives After Her Wedding
Male Gaze: Adam Levine’s Sexy Swagger
He’s 90 percent of the reason we watch(ed)
Adorable Great-Grandma Helped Son-in-law Run Drug Ring From Harlem Apartment
At least she got along with the son-in-law.
Alaskan Town Has Cat for Mayor
His name is Stubbs and he’s been the mayor for fifteen years.
Fox Is Spoofing
With a Dating Show
, and there are spinning chairs.
Congress Somehow Manages to Become Even More Unpopular
Just get it over with, John McCain.
Stallone Is Making a
If every future headline uses the phrase “
Road,” don’t say you weren’t warned.
Toms Shoes Founder Might Have Different Political Views Than Many People Wearing His Shoes [Updated]
He’s apparently a Focus on the Family supporter.
Pirates Had an
Even though nobody was paying attention to them.
New York Finally Gets No-Fault Divorce
New York has brought its divorce laws into the 21
BBC Presenter Decides to Admit That He Killed a Guy a While Ago
But it was a mercy killing, so it’s cool, kind of.
New York May Soon Stop Referring to Asian People As ‘Orientals’
Yes, this is just happening.
Senate Democrat: Paterson Is a ‘Coke-Snorting, Staff-Banging Governor’
This is where we’re at now.
Paterson Instructs Treasurer to Stop Paying Senators
He may or may not actually be allowed to do this.
Paterson’s Threats to Senators Working? They’d Never Admit It
But it just might be.
Senate Democrats Hold a Brief, Meaningless Half-Session
They didn’t even try to vote on anything.
Democrats Have Been Locked in Senate Chamber Since Six This Morning
So, that’s happening.
Marriage-Equality Scourge Ruben Diaz Has Gay Brothers, Best Friend (and a Soft Spot for Liza)
The state senator who has pledged to fight against same-sex marriage until the end has a lot more ties to the gay world than you’d suspect.
Paterson Reaches Out to Squabbling Senate, Orders Them Again to Convene (Updated)
Which they will, in some form, on Wednesday.
Senate Republicans Enter Chamber, Proceed With Their Own Agenda
The Democrats, meanwhile, remain silent on the sidelines.
More Madness in Albany: Democrats Lock Themselves in State Senate Chamber [Updated]
And Pedro Espada is sneaking the press in to watch!
Power-Sharing Deal Gains Momentum in Albany
Governor Paterson’s threats worked, after all.
The State Senate Has Accomplished at Least One Thing Since Last Week
Making sure that they get paid.
Albany Will Get to Ethics Reform at Some Point
Competing plans put ethics reform on hold.
Indoor Version of Brooklyn Flea Hits Dumbo This Weekend
More like a store and less like a ‘happening.’”
Are Harlem’s Restaurants Worthy of Frank Bruni’s Attention?
With a new restaurant and a private dining establishment coming, maybe it’s time to turn our attention uptown?
Revolt at Republic; Defining Organic Milk
Plus: late-night ramen in Williamsburg, and Perbacco’s petition, all in our morning news roundup.