According to a nationwide Business Insider poll released last week, New York ranks first in rudeness among all the states. All right! We're No. 1! Let's go Yankees!
Wait a minute -- that's an insult.
We all know that when people from everywhere else say "New York," they mean the city, not the state, and they direct particular venom toward Manhattan. They complain about the...Read more »
Leonardo DiCaprio walking into BBar & Grill and then leaving a few minutes later
Rachel Zoe picking up beauty products at the mobile Birchbox Beach Cart in Southampton
Rosario Dawson at Gemma, acting “super nice” to a fan asking for a photo
Spotted a celeb around town? Email the details to Julie.Gordon@am-ny.com. ...Read more »
Even though the summer season is simmering to a close, there are still plenty of opportunities to catch the last waves of summertide feasting. Head out to destinations like the Rockaways and East Village restaurant Back Forty for fantastic crab boils, or Brooklyn’s Red Hook Lobster Pound for fresh picked lobster meals. End your summer with the endlessly enticing flavors that these places offer.
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The 21-year-old motorcyclist who wiped out on the Belt Parkway in Sheepshead Bay Sunday was remembered Monday as a plucky, helpful, caring and hard working woman who cherished the gleaming Yamaha motorcycle that skidded at the Knapp St. exit and tossed her to her death.
"She had that bike for about a year. She really loved it," said Felix Miller, 43, a bartender and chef who...Read more »
Seven-time All-Star Tracy McGrady, a shooting guard renowned for his exceptional athleticism, announced on Monday that he was retiring from the National Basketball Association (NBA) after 16 years in the league.
A two-time scoring champion who played a small role for the San Antonio Spurs in the playoffs last season, McGrady averaged 19.6 points, 5.6 rebounds and 4.4 assists per game in a...Read more »
Justin Timberlake won big on Sunday at MTV's annual Video Music Awards, taking home the top prize for video of the year for "Mirrors" and a special achievement honor, and also led a much-anticipated onstage reunion of the boy band 'N Sync.
Hip-hop artists Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars were among other top winners, with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis taking...Read more »
When Larry Page became CEO of Google in 2011, Steve Jobs offered him some advice: "Figure out what Google wants to be when it grows up. What are the five products you want to focus on? Get rid of the rest. ... They’re causing you to turn out products that are adequate but not great."
Page took this criticism to heart. Over the last two years, Google has shuttered countless side projects,...Read more »
Fall brings college freshmen from all over the world to New York City — an amazing place to learn. With the city as a second campus, students get the kind of college experience that’s not available in the suburban sprawl of many college towns.
But the tricky part about going to school here is that the excitement of New York City can quickly take up all your time and drain your wallet. Here...Read more »
Ty Segall is known for two things: an incredible work ethic that found him releasing three albums in 2012 and face-melting live shows full of guitar pyrotechnics. While his work ethic hasn’t changed, his latest album, “Sleeper,” is a departure, full of quiet, acoustic songs.
amNewYork spoke with him.
Why did you choose to make such a mellow album? It wasn’t really a choice. There wasn’t...Read more »
Despite having a renowned scholar for a dad and a respected gang member for a brother, MK Asante still wasn’t protected from the gritty, drug-infested, gang-ridden violence of “Killadelphia, Pistolvania” in the ’90s.
On the outside, Asante’s a smart kid, growing up in an Afrocentric home in Philadelphia in the shadow of his dad: professor and author Dr. Molefi Kete Asante.
But Asante...Read more »