August 8, 2016
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A few years ago, a firefighter in Sacramento, California, Mike DeBartoli, noticed his hands cramping up. He figured it was a symptom of the job.
On Sunday, I went to my local Queens bakery at 9, 11 and 2, and each time, I sat across from a friendly, open 18-year-old.
A squirrel chomped the leg of a senior citizen sitting on the porch of a retirement home in Deltona, Fla., last week. A TV station there, WESH, reports that the victim ran inside, furry felon still attached, whereupon it bit two or three more seniors.
We don’t kill off our retirees just because they’re not working anymore, so don’t worry about our future robot overlords killing off us humans.
"In 20 years, they can tell it to their therapist.” That’s a line parents hear – and say – a lot.
The law professor stood at the front of the classroom and introduced Nick, his 30-something son, saying, “I’m very proud of him.”
Let’s face it; clowns are creepy. In a way, this current craziness has finally brought that fact out into the open, the way the word “frenemy” finally gave us a way to talk about something we all recognized but hadn’t acknowledged.
Mummified_Tut: Crooked Cleopatra is an eating machine. Check out before-and-after hieroglyphics. #MissPiggy
Religiously observant Muslims and Jews convened in Manhattan last week to discuss an item of vital interest to both: Headscarves.
Your friend or niece or roommate is getting married, and you’re invited! To Hawaii. And you live in Maine. And so do the couple. What is the deal with these weddings set several time zones away from friends and family?
Does every cloud have a silver lining? Or are plenty of them filled with rain that slicks the highway and jackknifes the tractor-trailer?
To everything there is a season, especially if you’re a household pest.
The trailer for Halle Berry’s new movie shows beautiful Berry and her boy playing Marco Polo at a busy playground on a sun-dappled day. “Marco!” says Berry. “Polo!” chirps the boy, who looks to be about five.
As kids start leaving for college, it’s nice – or maybe just weird – to know that at least one university is offering a new class this fall: “Adulting.”
New York has become the first state in the country to ban sex offenders from playing Pokemon Go, thus solving a problem that did not exist: Predators preying on kids via Pokemon.
Just a few weeks after the terror attacks of 9/11 Gilbert Gottfried took to the stage of the Friar’s Club and explained he had to leave early to catch a plane to California. “I couldn’t get a direct flight. We have to make a stop at the Empire State Building.”