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It's easy to forget that in the dark ages of the 1990s, if you decided you didn't want to talk to someone for a while, you could really and truly just drop out of contact.
The social contract between norms and celebs may be irrevocably broken now—because people keep stealing Edie Falco's bikes.
His assistant said, "We all had a marvelous day together, and when he returned to the hotel Jimmy [Gandolfini] went to the bathroom and that is where something happened."
"When I first saw the ending, I said, ‘What the f--k?&#8217. I mean, after all I went through, all this death, and then it’s over like that?"
A look at some noteworthy television this week: Art in the Twenty-First
Thanks to Product Shop NYC (who also reports that the New Year's
Failure hurts, so there are a lot of miserable producers right about
On Sept. 10 and 11, readings of Sarah Tuft?s play 110 Stories
A great all-star cast is participating in benefit readings this weekend
Gothamist has already ranted about Will & Grace being like the millennial
The best thing about the Gruner+Jahr vs. Rosie O'Donnell trial is that
One word: Boring. Okay, maybe seeing Edie Falco and Stanley Tucci
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