As gay men and lesbians get closer and closer to the mainstream they've often traded in their image as the queer radicals who started the Stonewall Riots for the milquetoast assimilationists who want to get married and have kids and put HRC bumper stickers on their cars. That doesn't mean we're still not queer…
In the textbook definition of classy, Irish science experiment Sinead O'Connor got married to her fourth husband while sitting in the back of a pink Cadillac at the wedding chapel on the Vegas strip that Britney used when she was married for 48 seconds to some dude.
You thought after your 18th birthday you'd grown out of having sex in the back of the car. Not so for 71-year-old senior citizen Rita Daniels who was arrested for getting it on in the back of her Buick with a guy she picked up at a bar.
Did you hear? Hurricane Irene is going to slam into New York City like Lindsay Lohan slamming into the sidewalk in front of a nightclub. It's going to be horrible! But we're sure you can make it through if you prepare adequately. Here's how.
If I were an annoying New York doorman or the guy at the bodega who tries to make lames jokes all the time, I'd ask, "Is it hot enough out there for you?" But I won't do that. I'll just show you pictures of the street melting into a giant sink hole.
Six Flags New Orleans (formerly known as Jazzland) was completely flooded by Hurricane Katrina. Almost six years later, it remains closed, a victim of both humans and the elements. Here are some photos of what it looks like these days.
We've spent so much time talking about hatred on public transportation today, let's take a moment to consider the things that we love about it, okay? Here are a couple of cute subway-related videos that will make you go, "Awww."
Know what's worse than someone yelling on the train? Someone yelling on the train and making a complete ass of herself. Here is a self-identified "educated" woman yelling at a Metro-North train conductor who told her to pipe down. It's pretty incredible.
The Internet has changed the way that we all live our lives. It's also invented a whole host of ways to suck all of your time away. Here are some of the best.
With so many season finales airing this week, you might think that Americans turn off their TV sets after Memorial Day weekend and only turn it back on again in September. But this is America! All we care about is TV (and food)! Here are some of the new shows—and returning favorites—that will make lying in…
As technology marches on, it brings with it a whole new set of maladies. Just as keyboards have given rise to carpal tunnel syndrome, another innovation has created an ailment just as awful. Let us warn you about Netflix Streaming Syndrome.
A thirtysomething investment banker and his friend got bored one night so they decided they'd take a cab from New York to Los Angeles. How much would it cost them for the six-day journey? $5,000.
Anyone who lives in New York—or just follows New Yorkers on Twitter—knows there was lots of thunder and lightning last night. For all of you who didn't see it, here's the Empire State Building, that indefatigable symbol of the Big Apple, getting shot with electricity three times during the storm. They say lightning…
Here's a video in which a TSA agent gives an adorable six-year-old girl a full pat-down, while explaining her actions to her mother who is standing nearby. This is ridiculous to say the least.
On Friday night, 28 people were trapped in an elevator at the 181st Street subway station for more than an hour. Now we can all live through their ordeal.
A man in Los Angeles jogging down the 405 in nothing but a pair of socks was arrested yesterday. Apparently he was stopping cars and trying to engage with the drivers. I don't know about you—and I'd have to see the front view—but I would definitely roll down my window to talk to this guy.
We've all done it before: hit the wrong button or pressed "send" too early and dispatched an email with disastrous results. Here are the most common gaffes and what to do the next time your electronic correspondence lands you in the doghouse.
Catholic bishops have approved an iPhone app that walks the faithful through the confession process (though they must consult a priest for absolution). The app is called "Confession," an improvement on the original name, "A Priest in Your Pocket."