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Sarah Crow

Writer, natural redhead, semi-professional napper.
Sarah Crow has written 62 posts for Sarah Crow

The True Cost of Interborough Love

A less-discussed hurdle in the race to the altar (or the bedroom) is a problem unique to the five boroughs: the same-city long distance relationship. Before you begin to consider the hardships of taking two trains and a bus to see your sweetheart, ask yourself if you have what it takes. Licensed clinical social worker … Continue reading

Jenner Talks Kim, Kris and OJ Simpson on ‘The View’

Most of Kim Kardashian’s life is an open book –- from perfumes to shoes to her reality show, the celebutante allows millions of Americans to explore the many facets of her personal life each week. Many people speculated that her whirlwind courtship with NBA player Kris Humphries was little more than a publicity stunt, but … Continue reading

Former ‘Real World’ Cast Member Sues MTV Over Alleged Rape

MTV’s hit reality competition, “The Real World/Road Rules Challenge” may seem like little more than a booze-fueled party, but behind the scenes, things are not all fun and games. Tonya Cooley, a former member of the “Real World: Chicago” cast, claims that she was sexually assaulted by two of her castmates on “The Real World/Road … Continue reading

‘The View’: Madoff’s Daughter-in-Law Breaks Down Over Husband’s Suicide

Stephanie Madoff Mack’s appearance today on “The View” proved what millions of American already know: Bernie Madoff’s 150-year prison sentence may provide some solace to those victimized by the disgraced financier’s multi-billion dollar Ponzi scheme, but the emotional wounds caused by his crimes may never fully heal. Madoff Mack, the widow of Bernie Madoff’s son Mark, … Continue reading

Something Wiccan This Way Comes

Witches, warlocks, candles and spells are the stuff of Halloween and nights at summer camp for most of us, but for a select group of New Yorkers, it’s more than fun and games—it’s a lifestyle. They’ve been hunted, burned at the stake, and lampooned by others, and yet, each year, the pagan population around the … Continue reading

Sharon Osbourne: Don’t Call Me Grandma

Sharon Osbourne has already had plenty of family joy with her three children, Aimee, Kelly and Jack, and now she’s expecting a new addition to her rock and roll clan. Mrs. O, who returned to her CBS show, “The Talk” last week after taking some time off to have a few body tune-ups, excitedly announced that she’s … Continue reading

Hank Williams, Jr. Refuses to Apologize For Controversial Comments

Hank Williams, Jr., whose song  “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight,” has been played before ESPN’s Monday Night Football games for a decade, found himself at the center of an unexpected controversy last week when, during an appearance on “Fox and Friends,” the country crooner decided to compare our President to the most-loathed dictator in … Continue reading

Sharon Osbourne Returns to ‘The Talk’ with Huge Overshare

Sharon Osbourne made her return to “The Talk” today, and it seems she’s missed having a forum in which to air her personal business. The talk show host, who proved to the world that there’s very little she wasn’t willing to share during her stint on MTV’s “The Osbournes,” took her love of intimate admissions to … Continue reading

49 Essential New York Books

Much like beautiful women’s lengthy history of giving artists impetus to put brush to canvas, so too has New York, in all her gritty glory, provided inspiration for authors to put pen to paper. Whether it’s bloodstained prose about the life of the city’s most notorious criminals or a simple story of a girl getting terribly bored … Continue reading

A Gourmand’s Guide to the New York City Wine & Food Festival

New York is one of the premier travel destinations for gourmands around the world, and with good reason—with nearly 25,000 restaurants serving meals around the clock, there’s something to please even the pickiest palate. And for those of us who like doing a little good while we chow down, there’s only one event that fits … Continue reading

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