A popular Upper West Side restaurant was trashed by vandals who scrawled anti-Semitic graffiti on the walls — and cops yesterday were investigating whether a disgruntled ex-worker was to blame, sources said.
“It was like someone came in and went wilding. Vandalism is one thing, but it was a total defacement. They urinated everywhere,” said
Paula Deen’s rise to fame is built on scrumptious high-sugar, highly processed foods with a distinct Southern flare.
Her latest show, “Paula’s Best Dishes,” is a hit on the Food Network, and she also has several popular cookbooks to her name.
While no doubt tasty, the meals Ms. Deen promotes can easily lead
One of the world’s oldest and largest gay pride parades turned into a carnival-like celebration of same-sex marriage Sunday as hundreds of thousands of revelers rejoiced at New York’s new law giving gay couples the same marital rights as everyone else.
This year, the revelry went beyond floats, music and dancing. It included wedding
Someone might be in the market for a new PR team.
“Barefoot Contessa” Ina Garten has a new nickname — “Heartless Contessa” — in the wake of news that she repeatedly refused to meet with a 6-year-old boy named Enzo who was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
According to the reports:
The boy, who would