Andy Rooney, the legendary "60 Minutes" commentator, died in New York Friday night at 92.
The producers of "Gossip Girl" are behind a new drama ABC ordered based on "666 Park Avenue," a book series whose tagline is, "Welcome to the Upper East Side, where the socialites are witches."
Dominique Strauss-Kahn called his encounter with a maid in a Midtown Hotel was a moment of "moral weakness," according to a report.
The school's landmark Foundation Building, at East 7th Street and Cooper Square, was transformed into a fancy hotel during a shoot for the series.
A TV show based on the life of bail bondsman Ira Judelson is currently in the works.
A poster featuring Stephen Colbert using Andy Warhol's famous soup can image recently appeared on Second Avenue.
The hit series used local landmark Veselka as a backdrop while shooting scenes in the East Village Monday.
A nudity scene aired on "NYPD Blue" will not cost television stations thousands of dollars after all, a judge ruled.
New Yorkers and New York-based shows alike took home trophies at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
Sandy and Brenda Frank threw drinking glasses at each other, prosecutors said.
Ex-con Antoine Ponder stopped to make himself a snack during a burglary last March, police said.
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