Brian Stokes Mitchell and Michael Bloomberg - A host of stars were snapped upon arrival to the 2015 Actors Fund Gala which was held at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 12th May 2015
Michael Bloomberg and Diana Taylor - Photographs of various celebrities as they attended the Friends of Hudson River Park Sweet 16 Gala in Manhattan, New York, United States - Thursday 16th October 2014
'Avengers' star Samuel L. Jackson and 'Homefront' actress Kate Bosworth with husband Michael Polish were among the star-studded arrivals at the Museum Of The Moving Image's 28th Annual Salute in New York, which this year was honouring 'House Of Cards' actor Kevin Spacey.
Actress Shannon Richardson A.K.A. Shannon Guess will appear in court on Friday (5th July) accused of sending threatening and poisonous letters to U.S. President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Shannon Richardson has been indicted for sending poisoned letters to US president Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. The letters were not only threatening but contained ricin, a plant which is highly toxic. It is manufactured into a poison which can be lethal if inhaled or injected.
President Barack Obama giving a speech at Applied Materials, Texas.
The charges are two counts of sending threatening letters and one of making a threat against the President. It is possible she could also be charged for the manufacture or possession of a biological substance. Should she be found guilty she will face up to 5 years for each count - a possible 15 years for the charges so far.
Supermodel Heidi Klum and the Mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg are snapped arriving at the 8th annual Made In NY Awards. 40-year-old Heidi shows she's still got it in a knee-length Roland Mouret dress with animal print panels and a plunging neckline, showing off her enviably flawless figure, while Mr. Bloomberg looks more than happy to be posing alongside the leggy blonde.
With at least 22 people dead and 1 million without power in New York, Lindsay Lohan's outburst about Hurricane Sandy seems more ridiculous by the day. You may remember the actress telling followers last week, "WHY is everyone in SUCH a panic about hurricane (i'm calling it Sally)..? Stop projecting negativity! Think positive and pray for peace."
Mayor Michael Bloomberg didn't quite agree with Lindsay, shutting down the subway system in New York shortly before the devastating hurricane ripped through Manhattan and the East Coast, with at least 22 fatalities. Bizarrely, Lohan also began re-tweeting advice and details about the hurricane, including a New York Daily News piece that read, "Over 6,800 flight cancellations so far as a result of #HurricaneSandy. Read the latest details on our site." Though the worst is now over for New Yorkers, Mayor Bloomberg warned citizens today, "We expected an unprecedented storm impact here on New York City and that's what we got. So while the worst of this storm has passed, the conditions are still dangerous. Clearly the challenges our city faces in the coming days are enormous."
Almost 4,000 utility workers, some from California, are expected to arrive in New York this week to help turn on the power. We suggest Lindsay Lohan hires a new publicist ASAP, just somebody, anybody, to stop her saying stupid things.
Continue reading: Lindsay Lohan: The Worst Meteorologist Of All Time?
Barbra Streisand is now half-way through her triumphant homecoming, having performed to a sell-out audience at Brooklyn’s Barclays Centre for the first time last night (October 11, 2012). The screen, stage and studio superstar will head back to her home town’s new massive concert venue for a second time tomorrow (October 13), before hitting the road once again as she continues her already massively successful Barbra Live tour.
Whilst blaSting out the hits last night, there was no shortage of famous faces in the crowd, with Barbara Walters, Jimmy Fallon, Sting, Katie Couric, Woody Allen, Michael Douglas and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg all spotted in the crowd. And if that wasn’t enough, the upper echelons of the fashion world also made an appearance at the show, designers Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors being spotted in the audience.
Streisand's ex-husband, Elliott Gould, was also at the event, in support of his and Barbara’s son Jason, who accompanied his mother on stage. Barbra introduced Jason to the audience as her “pride and joy,” before performing ‘How Deep Is the Ocean’ together.
Continue reading: Brooklynite Barbra Streisand Returns Home For Two Sell-Out Shows