They waited outside the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals headquarters on E. 92nd St. with pure hearts: They were there to adopt chihuahuas. But there were 150 people and only 15 chihuahuas. Things got weird.
When we asked if you dropped by Tracy Morgan's Barnes & Noble reading yesterday in Union Square, we were feeling bad about staying home to watch 30 Rock instead. But, based on our reader reports, we made the funnier call.
Harlem, especially the Apollo, is the media's unofficial spot to get Black America's reaction to Michael Jackson's death. Matt Harvey dropped by last Friday and listened in on a conversation that was full of adoration and, yes, angry conjecture.
On Facebook, 439 people said they might drop by the Ed Sullivan Theater today to demand that CBS dump David Letterman for sexually assaulting telling a bad joke about Sarah Palin's daughter. Approximately 400 of those people are liars.