Susan Seligson wants you to know that she has big breasts. Really big breasts. “Massive boobs,” if you will: “fleshy torpedoes, exploding from my narrow shoulders, hovering ominously above my tiny waist.”
Ms. Seligson wants you to empathize with her, too. She wants you to feel the pain of ill-fitting bra straps digging into tender Read More
On Saturday, Feb. 17, the University Cottage Club, one of Princeton’s most exclusive eating clubs, threw its annual lingerie party. Around midnight, the club—which was founded in 1886—was packed with male and female students in various states of undress, and a girl in a black negligee was reflecting on how race and sex still play Read More
Rep. Anthony Weiner will take the gavel from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tomorow when the House debates the anti-war resolution.
Its a nice perk for the congressman who backed Pelosi’s preferred, but losing, candidate in the race for House Majority Leader.
It’s also a happening at a convenient time for Weiner to get himself in Read More
Here are a couple of City Council candidate Wellington Sharpe’s mailers, which someone familiar with the campaign told me are going out to about 10,000 households.
Beating up on the Brooklyn Democratic Party was certainly effective when the organization was led by the scandal-plagued Clarence Norman. Exactly how much Read More
My grandmother’s whereabouts remain largely unknown. Well, to me they do. Naturally, my parents know exactly where she’s buried, and I know that place is somewhere in the New York metropolitan area. I remember driving from the funeral home in White Plains, sitting in the backseat with a rabbi who spoke to me like I Read More
Inna Barmash and Lev (Ljova) Zhurbin
Met: March 1, 2004
Engaged: Jan. 14, 2005
Projected Wedding Date: August 2007
Mash-up marriage! Inna Barmash, lead singer of Romashka, a Gypsy band, plans to wed Lev (Ljova) Zhurbin, a classically trained violist and composer, at a yet-to-be disclosed location. Both are 28.
They met after the dark, Read More
After more than 100 years of existence, the New York Public Library is closing down. Movers have already begun the gargantuan task of emptying the main building, an ornate Beaux-Arts structure located on Fifth Avenue between 40th and 42nd streets. Within a few weeks, 86 branch libraries throughout the city will be stripped of their Read More
Former state Comptroller Alan Hevesi will be sentenced tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. for defrauding the government in connection with the chauffeur issue that forced him from office, according to a spokesman for the Albany County District Attorney’s office.
Hevesi won’t serve any jail time, which was a crucial part of Read More
In today’s Q poll of voters in Florida, Rudy Giuliani beats Hillary Clinton, who beats John McCain, who beats Barack Obama.
47 to 44 percent, Giuliani over Hillary Clinton;
47 to 43 percent, Hillary over John McCain;
42 to 40 percent McCain over Barack Obama
52 to 34 Read More
Sheldon Silver met earlier today with Eliot Spitzer in the capitol to discuss the comptroller situation, according to Silver’s spokesman, Skip Carrier.
The result: Spitzer still wants anybody but a legislator elected to the position. Silver still wants a legislator.
According to Carrier, the meeting was “cordial” but “nothing has changed.”
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