Miley Cyrus’ team is “freaking out” over her oversexed performance alongside Robin Thicke at Sunday night’s MTV Video Music Awards — and he seems none-too-pleased about it either.
“Miley’s team is freaking about that performance,” a source told Us Weekly. “They saw the rehearsals, but those were really played down compared to the live performance.”
The new reigning queen...Read more »
Khloe Kardashian is desperately attempting to save husband Lamar Odom, who reportedly is addicted to crack cocaine, according to a new report from TMZ.com.
According to TMZ, the reality starlet is not giving up on her husband of four years, who allegedly has battled a drug addiction for the past two years.
Kardashian, 29, effectively separated from Odom, 33, after kicking him out of...Read more »
‘Madden NFL 25’ 3 stars
It’s only appropriate that Hall of Fame running back Barry Sanders is the cover athlete for “Madden NFL 25.” Not only did both Sanders and the sports video game juggernaut burst onto the pro football scene in 1989, Sanders’ image heralds a beefed-up running game in this year’s iteration from EA Sports.
This year’s primary addition to the tried-and-true “Madden”...Read more »
‘Warm Blanket’ Dent May 3 stars
Known for his Tin Pan Alley affectations and sweet ukulele skills, Mississippi-based indie-pop artist Dent May pivots to the decade of macramé and polyester on his third album.
“Warm Blanket” is both the title and the best descriptor for May’s soft-focus croon, channeled here in the service of the sort of unabashed, sensitive-guy sucker punches that solid-gold...Read more »
Authorities in Spokane, Wash., arrested a second teen Monday in connection with last week's murder of an 88-year-old World War II veteran.
Cops charged Kenan Adams- Kinard, 16, with first-degree murder and first-degree robbery of Delbert Belton, who was inside his car parked outside a lodge on Aug. 21.
"Good investigative work and follow up on dozens of tips led to the apprehension of...Read more »
There's no such thing as a safe professional football game. Buffalo Bills quarterback Kevin Kolb's concussion Saturday -- at least the third of his career -- could end his playing days. Many similar football injuries have been linked to life-altering neurological disorders.
But the National Football League has been slow to acknowledge the danger of concussions. Now comes word that league officials...Read more »
Diane Ravitch, an education policy expert and critic of charter schools and vouchers, threw her support to Bill de Blasio Monday.
Ravitch touted the public advocate's education proposal, which would be funded by a five-year tax increase on New Yorkers earning more than $500,000 a year, with approval from state lawmakers in Albany.
"I endorse his plan to ask the wealthy to pay a...Read more »
Stationed amid the industrial spaces and vinyl-clad row houses of Brooklyn’s Greenpoint neighborhood, the Captured Tracks record label has rapidly become one of the city’s most reliable sources for fresh music.
Founded in 2008 by Mike Sniper, its inception coincided with a fertile burst of young indie bands in similar orbits around the outer borough, and in the intervening years this productive...Read more »
‘Elementary: The First Season’ There have been a lot of takes on Sherlock Holmes in recent years, and the latest is CBS’ “Elementary,” starring Jonny Lee Miller as the famed detective. The series is set in modern times, but with two big changes: It takes place in the Big Apple and Dr. Watson is Dr. Joan Watson (played wonderfully by Lucy Liu). Miller’s Holmes is an incredibly intelligent master...Read more »
If you think it's too late in the season to pop up to Nantucket, that preppy, pretty windswept island 30 miles off the coast of Cape Cod, think again.
Now is actually the perfect time of year to visit this quintessentially New England town, located less than five hours (or one by boat from Hyannis, Mass.) from NYC, as the cobblestoned streets are still bustling and the beaches -- all of which...Read more »