Chris Martin is auctioning an electric guitar he played on Coldplay’s most recent world tour to raise money for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.The cliche rings especially true this weekend in Brooklyn. Despite the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy, Luna Park at Coney Island will open on schedule Sunday to kick off the 2013 season.
Today we’ve got the latest dirt on everything from the baby boom that WAS Hurricane Sandy, Perez Hilton announces his (totally random) fatherhood, and Lindsay Lohan believes she’s still completely innocent
Kanye West and Skrillex are two of many musicians, celebrities and designers participating in an auction for Sandy Relief.
The outpouring of help from across the tri-state area and across the country has been overwhelming since the tragedy of Hurricane Sandy struck the area. The latest comes from WAT-AAH!, a premium bottled water company for kids by kids.
Tonight (Monday, November 19th) at the Gramercy Theater at 127 West 23rd Street in New York City, some of the biggest names in EDM are coming together to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy with a night full of blips, beats and bros featuring The Crystal Method (DJ set), Tommie Sunshine, Drop The Lime, Run DMT, The Disco Fries and MORE!
Baseball cards aren’t that weird or strange of an investment… but what happens if you collect hundreds of Nike shoes? On ‘Ty Loves NY’ this morning, the crew took calls from the Tri-state revealing their odd investments that just might pay off.
Two sisters who spent nearly a week without power sing a parody of Taylor Swift’s “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”
She tells the crowd at her Atlantic City concert that “anything I make [from this show] is going right back into the community.”
Comedians Shawn and Marlon Wayans joined Ty Bentli, Lulu and Lala this morning on “TY Loves NY” to discuss how they will use their talent to help those effected by Hurricane Sandy. But before the duo could even chat about their good deed, things got a little personal between old friends Marlon and Lulu who have known each other for four-years.