Why Does Everything Have To Make Sense? Have A Great Weekend, Anyway!


Wow! How quickly things can change. I was just in there on Monday... ... See the Rest

#PictureThis: Danny Lyon’s Amazing Color Subway Photos From Half A Century Ago


The images captured in these vintage photos by Danny Lyon were shot in 1966. You might know the Brooklyn-born Lyon from his book called The Destruction of Lower Manhattan. This year the MTA is staging an exhibition from Lyon called Underground: 1966, which was inspired by some advice from his mom when he returned to the city; "If you're bored, ... See the Rest

#Madonna: Bitch, I Released Six New Songs! Merry Christmas!


Madonna released six songs from her upcoming Rebel Heart yesterday and it may not have been entirely intentional. Following the leak of her album last week, she released half a dozen songs on iTunes and said on her website; "I was hoping to release my new single 'Living For Love' on Valentine's Day. I would prefer my fans to hear completed ... See the Rest

#FarewellColbert: Sometimes, Everything Makes Perfect Sense…

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The Colbert ReportGet More: Colbert Report Full Episodes,The Colbert Report on Facebook,Video Archive Stephen Colbert bid farewell to his mortality on Thursday's final episode of The Colbert Report — really, he killed death. This guy can do anything. He also gathered a few hundred of his closest celebrity friends for an eight-minute musical ... See the Rest

Quote Unquote: Margaret Keane (The Real Mrs. “Big Eyes”) Talks


Margaret Keane is 87 years old. She was recently in NYC for the MoMA premiere of Big Eyes, the new Tim Burton film about her husband, and the lies he told, passing her paintings off as his own, making them rich and famous. Walter Keane’s 1983 memoir The World of Keane was filled with lots of swinging 60s stuff in it, with three-ways and celebrities ... See the Rest

$44 Million Windfall: Italian Man (Unknowingly) Buys A Stolen Gauguin For $35

Paul Gauguin

An Italian retiree who had the good fortune to unwittingly purchase a stolen Paul Gauguin masterpiece has been awarded ownership of the painting. Known only as Nicolo, he went to a railway auction and bought two paintings for about $35. The paintings had been originally owned by Mathilda Marks, daughter of Michael Marks, the founder of Marks & ... See the Rest

#Meow!: New York Finally Has It’s Own Cat Café


You can pet them, photograph them, even take a cat home. Welcome to Meow Parlour on the Lower East Side... New York City's first cat cafe is now officially open! While you wait for a reservation to free up (the first available kitty-cuddling date is sometime in mid-February) you can look at this pussy-filled video. All of these little cuties are up ... See the Rest

What’s A Party Without Kim K?: Bruce Weber & Larry Kramer Honored By ACRIA

Kim Kardashian with ACRIA honoree, photographer Bruce Weber

Four hundred plus folks (including Paper's Mickey Boardman, Michael Stipe and Kim K) joined ACRIA to honor Larry Kramer and Bruce Weber at their Holiday Dinner in NYC for their biggest fundraiser yet, making nearly $750,000 to support ACRIA's lifesaving AIDS Research and Education programs. They also offered 50 special limited edition signed poster ... See the Rest