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The late, great Elaine Kaufman was honored Thursday night at the Table 4 Writers Foundation Second Annual Awards Gala, where she was remembered as the “original social media.”
EVA MARIE Saint’s conversation with Robert Osborne on TCM Monday night reminds us that sometimes show business and Hollywood can be just plain fun.
A pugnacious Bed-Stuy rapper who already took on Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar in rhymes last year took a new swipe at Brooklyn star Jay Z on Friday.
The only false note from this dark, riveting, heartbreaking and invaluable documentary on the Nazis’ Treblinka extermination camp lies in one corner of the packaging.
Someone is getting sick of dressing for wintry weather. Lady Gaga showed an uptick in crazy costumes while she was out and about in Manhattan this week.
Kentucky basketball has been a work in progress. When John Calipari signed what was being called the best recruiting class in modern-day history and then suggested the goal for the ’Cats this season was 40-0, he immediately put a target on himself and his team.
Gov. Cuomo and legislative leaders agreed in principle on nearly every issue. No details were formally released, but sources say Legislature hopes to enact the budget Monday.
A top official responsible for protecting 1 World Trade Center tendered his resignation Friday amid a flurry of security flops. David Velazquez, the assistant security director for the Durst Organization, resigned following a meeting with company heads, who apparently urged him to step down, sources said.
All Jenrry Mejia really needs to prove is that he can stay healthy, get deep into games and handle the load of a major league season. Friday night, he could not do that. The promising 24-year-old righthander, who has been plagued by injuries, left the exhibition game against Toronto in the bottom of the fifth inning after being hit in the arm by a hot shot.
Lady Gaga led the last dance at Roseland on Friday. Before a sold-out house of 3,200 fans, the club-friendly star performed the first of seven shows, fated to be the final performances at a hall that has endured in the city for nearly 100 years.
A Brooklyn law school student got a lesson in street justice from the NYPD after he complained cops chased a car from a bus stop — only to take the spot for themselves so they could buy food.
The violence began inside a home on Virginia Ave. at about 6:15 p.m., sources said.
After a four-year run of a cocky, smash-mouth, trash-talkin’ political offense in New Jersey, it’s shocking to see Team Chris Christie backpeddaling and faltering on defense.
Free agent running back Maurice Jones-Drew is coming back home to Oakland after signing a three-year contract with the Raiders on Friday. Jones-Drew returns to his native Bay Area after spending his first eight seasons with Jacksonville and starring in college at UCLA.
The Obama administration hinted at plans to allow shipments of portable air defense systems to Syrian rebels as President Obama sought to address Saudi Arabia's concerns during a two-hour meeting with King Abdullah.
Now Alec Baldwin may really want to leave New York. The hot-tempered star’s French-Canadian stalker, Genevieve Sabourin, was sprung from Rikers Island on Friday after serving less than six months of a seven-month city jail sentence for stalking, harassment and violating a restraining order.
Masahiro Tanaka appears ready for his debut in pinstripes. In his final exhibition tuneup, he struck out 10 and threw six scoreless innings in relief of Hiroki Kuroda in the Yankees’ 3-0 win over the Marlins on Friday night.
The quote of the week comes from Sigal Gal-Lynch, writing about her mother on Facebook:
When you’re running on fumes, sometimes you just have to empty the tank. That’s exactly what Jared Bonilla (Freeport PAL) did Friday night at Electchester Hall in Flushing, when a brilliant third-round performance carried the 141-pound novice past Jacob Castro (Unattached) in the semifinals and into the Daily News Golden Gloves championships.
JPMorgan Chase is asking a judge to sort out an issue related to the estates of the late “Law & Order” actor Jerry Orbach and his wife, Elaine.