That subway sax battle just got extended thanks to this newly surfaced clip. See how it all started here.
You’ve gotta see Vampire Weekend and cousin Steve Buscemi serenading NY’s Easter Parade via megaphone yesterday.
Here’s surveillance video of a female suspect fleeing the scene after pushing a man to his death on the NYC subway tracks in Queens.
It was a meme-makers dream: Paul McCartney wore Mom Jeans to a Bad Idea Jeans kind of concert, Kanye West rocked a black leather kilt and some meggings, Brian Williams raised Keith Moon from the dead and said “you can’t swing a dead cat” three times, Jon Bon Jovi looked like a Cool Dad *and* a Cool Mom from the ’90s, Roger Daltrey bared his greased-up veal tits while Pete Townshed did “research” on Sandy for a book, Alicia Keys wouldn’t rest until you put your cell phone in the air, Billy Joel made you ask, “That guy married Christie Brinkley?,” Michael Stipe looked like Skinny Billy Joel, Steve Buscemi and some local responders may have had a few too many, Leonardo DiCaprio couldn’t make it because he got stuck filming all the way … in Brooklyn, Adam Sandler’s parody of “Hallelujah” went over about as well as his role as Jill, and Chris Rock bombed because his opener was the very funny comedian, People Crying Because They Lost Everything in Sandy.
Surely this New York Post cover isn’t as unapologetically appalling as the NYC subway snuff film that graced the cover eight days ago, and this won’t get the same instinctual rebuke that cover did. But what’s up at the Post? When did they become Faces of Death? Go back to sex sells — this is ugly.
This DeLorean NYC taxi is AWESOME! Sadly, it’s not real. Here’s our cool, exclusive story on how this project came to be.
Get this: Not a single person — not one! — was reported shot, stabbed or slashed in NYC on Monday, according to police sources.