You know how you get another million people talking about your already popular TV show? You stage a sick little prank in the nation’s largest city, film the mayhem and throw it up on Youtube. […]
The marketing team for the new movie, Devil’s Due, is taking to the streets of New York City to freak out the locals. This viral stunt is the biggest non-Seahawks news being talked about today, […]
Joel will perform one concert there per month “for as long as his fans continue to want to come, which should be a long time.”
“For all those that didn’t get to see Kill ‘Em All, Master of Puppets, we have all those props and there’s a story line to give it longer legs so it’s just not a concert footage film.”
A Rabbi in Westchester County is accused of impersonating a New York police officer on several occasions.
Tourists are pretty easy targets if you’re looking to pick on somebody — and New York is full of them. Watch carefully and see the prank develop.
JACK’s tip of the day: Listen to your flight attendants and put away those damn cell phones… or else! A group of students in New York City learned this lesson the hard way this week […]
How long could Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi play incognito at a New York market before being recognized? Not that long. Sambora recently played at New York’s Chelsea Street Market during a weekday afternoon to […]
Earlier this week (November 13) Beatles fans in New York and Los Angeles were treated to mobile Beatle “pop-up shops.” The “shops” were customized double decker buses, which made several stops. The buses served to promote the release of the Beatles’ catalog on 180-gram vinyl LPs. The stores sold the LPs collectively as a box set, as well as individually; Beatles CDs and other merchandise was also on sale. In each city, a unique commemorative shirt from the event was sold (and sold quickly to eager Beatles collectors).