Out of Comptrol
Ex-Gov. Eliot Spitzer resigned because of a prostitution scandal and Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer wants to make darn sure everyone remembers it.
The two city comptroller candidates squared off this morning for the first time in a televised debate and it certainly wasn’t a friendly occasion. Notably, Mr. Stringer tore into Mr. Spitzer for Read More
A WABC weatherman’s manhood was injured during a testy tussle with his estranged wife, court documents have alleged.
Channel 7 Meteorologist Bill Evans claims that his wife, Dana, scratched his testicles during an epic brawl on May 4 at their Greenwich, CT home, according to an affidavit obtained by The New York Post.
Mr. Read More
Crimes and Misdemeanors
Back in November, New York’s local WABC-TV weatherwoman Heidi Jones told police that she had been attacked and almost raped by a Hispanic man in Central Park, who then later followed her home and tried to assault her again outside her apartment. The event had taken place in September, Jones claimed, but she had waited to tell the police until the man had shown up again at her building to harass her.
One Woman's Opinion
Mark Green, Observer columnist and former Air America president, has started a weekly talk show on 77 WABC radio featuring Arianna Huffington and Mary Matalin.
The show is called Both Sides Now and the idea is for the two idealogically opposed, though very respectful, women to have it out on different issues and Mr. Read More
Many of Don Imus’ former guests appear ready to return when his new show debuts on WABC AM on December 3. But what about his former advertisers?
Steve McClellan of Mediaweek recently dug into the question. Along the way he found some former advertisers who said they Read More