If you’d like to spend the afterlife throwing slobbery tennis balls, New York State would love to make that happen for you.
A new state regulation introduced this month allows pet owners to have their cremated remains buried next to their beloved furry friends.
Following a two-year debate, the 117-year-old Hartsdale Pet Cemetery in Westchester Read More
Over the weekend, NYPD officers shot and killed a man in Midtown. Today, they did the same thing to a dog near Union Square.
While we’ve been on the topic of Eddie Huang, we just received a call from the Baohaus owner about the peculiar gunshot he and his staff just heard outside of his East Village restaurant on 14th Street. UPDATED (see below).
Failure is no disgrace at the movies. Rain falls so often in every first-rate director’s life and career it becomes part of the territory, and comebacks are inevitable. But when a veteran cast of wasted champions goes down for the count before the director even yells, “Action!” disappointment doubles.
Nobody survives a train wreck like Lawrence Kasdan’s Darling Companion without Band-Aids, but Diane Keaton, Kevin Kline, Dianne Wiest and Sam Shepard might need sutures.
Cats and Dogs
NBC Chuck Scarborough’s dog Oliver is literally out in the world saving lives. Literally, protecting cats from coyotes. What are ABC anchors letting their cats and dogs do? Bet on sports. We see you, Walter Tapper. We see you, Daisy Stephanopoulos. We see you placing wagers on the World Cup and doing other things Read More
Jason Scott wanted to be clear: When it comes to cats on Twitter, his cat Sockington is like the Grateful Dead. Often imitated, never duplicated.
With more than 1.5 million followers and hovering around the 105th most followed Twitter account, @Sockington has become a formidable presence in social media—hence Mr. Scott’s presence Read More
The literary landmark Algonquin Hotel hosted a feline fashion show and birthday party on Thursday in honor of Matilda, the famous inn’s finicky house cat, now 13.
"I hope we get to see the cat’s pajamas," quipped one quick-witted attendee, as guests sipped $20 purr-tinis while cooing at the various costumed kitties in Read More
There’s an old philosophy in journalism that when you’re in a jam, or you’re at a loss for an idea, do a pets story! No matter what, it’s almost always a hit with readers (just like it is on the web). So just over a month after the Emily Gould cover story in Read More
Outside of bubbly Manhattan, millions of Americans are hurting after a brutal year of subprime mortgage woes. (President Bush tried to help last month by introducing a toll-free tip hotline for homeowners, but the number he gave was for Texas’ Freedom Christian Academy.)
And so today, the country’s largest animal protection Read More