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Hurricane Sandy

  1. Adam Sandler Tells Hurricane Sandy What’s What Adam Sandler took the stage at the Hurricane Sandy 12-12-12 benefit concert last night to belt out this parody version of Leonard Cohen’s […]
  2. good causes
    Your Madison Square Garden Sandy Benefit: Paul McCartney, Kanye, SpringsteenPlus: Bon Jovi, Billy Joel, and the Who.
  3. gangnam style
    If There’s One More Gangnam Style Parody You Should See, Make It This OneWhat hath Psy wrought?
  4. art
    Chelsea Gallerists on Hurricane Sandy’s Damage and Their Reopening PlansA portrait of the flood.
  5. Louis C.K. Hosting Two Hurricane Benefits in Staten Island November 17th American hero Louis C.K. will be headlining two benefits for Hurricane Sandy next week, Gothamist reports. The shows will both take place on […]
  6. last night on late night
    Pattinson, Stewart Talked Twilight EndPlus: Jason Sudeikis crushed raw eggs on his head, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
  7. the aftermath
    Saltz: Glimmers of Optimism at the Chelsea GalleriesLast Wednesday all seemed lost. By Sunday, the mood was, “We’ll be back.”
  8. philanthropy
    Jersey Shore Cast Raising Money for Sandy AidMTV has scheduled a Restore the Shore special.
  9. coming together
    NBC Stages Hurricane Sandy Benefit ShowEveryone from Christina Aguilera to Bruce. 
  10. ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ Producer Michael Schneider Discusses the Show’s […]“It has been incredibly challenging for our staff and crew and Jimmy, but at the same time absolutely exhilarating… We planned for a year to […]
  11. art
    Saltz’s Devastating Tour Through Chelsea’s Ruined Art GalleriesThese oft-attacked art havens, now ruined by Sandy, must be saved.
  12. hurricane sandy
    By the Way, Alec Baldwin Dropped by NYUThis is why he’s the best Baldwin.
  13. good causes
    Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Billy Joel to Perform for NBC’s Sandy BenefitAlso: Sting, X-tina, and Jimmy Fallon.
  14. Louis C.K. and Bill Hader Promise ‘SNL’ Will Happen No Matter What in New […]Here’s host Louis C.K. and cast member Bill Hader in a series of promos for this weekend’s new SNL. The two promise they’re doing the show “no […]
  15. Letterman Producer Rob Burnett on Doing the Show without an Audience“Ultimately we made the decision that in times of crisis, television tends to continue. We thought, well, there will be news channels on, there […]
  16. regularly scheduled programming
    In Case You Were Wondering, Yes, SNL Will Air This WeekendIt’s the Louis C.K. episode.
  17. reality check
    Hurricane Sandy Was the Attack on NYC that Blockbusters Never Prepared Us ForAfter years of being accustomed by Hollywood to the idea of loud, explosive Death From Above, this disaster seeped in from below.
  18. blast from the past
    How Hurricane Sandy Brought Back the Old David LettermanFor one night, he tried again.
  19. Jimmy Fallon and David Letterman Did Their Shows Without Audiences Last […] Hurricane Sandy caused Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, and Jimmy Kimmel (who picked the wrong week to bring his show to Brooklyn) to cancel […]
  20. crickets
    Jimmy Fallon’s Monologue Completely Bombed Tonight [Update: Letterman’s, Too]Mostly ‘cause there was no audience.
  21. hurricane sandy
    Unsurprisingly, Netflix Viewing Is Up Right NowWeird time to be celebrating a 20 percent increase over last week’s numbers.
  22. your happy place
    Twenty-Seven Movies and TV Shows to Stream That Will Distract You From SandyJustified, The Philadelphia Story, A Fish Called Wanda, The Love Boat: These are just some of the things to watch to keep your minds off the storm.
  23. rain delay
    Hurricane Sandy Cancels Kimmel’s First Brooklyn-Week ShowThis is why New York loses shows to weatherless L.A.
  24. hurricane sandy
    Hurricane Sandy Brings Out the Shirtless Horseman (to a Local News Report)You can’t stop a jogger!
  25. box office zilch
    Weak Weekend Box Office Not Entirely Hurricane Sandy’s FaultCloud Atlas was sort of a flop. 
  26. hurricane watch
    Hurricane Sandy Stops Production on New York City Sets Winter’s Tale, 666 Park Avenue, and Gossip Girl have stopped filming.