All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘New York Post’

Terry Keenan, Former Fox Anchor, Dead At Age 53

Terry Keenan, a former Fox News and CNN news anchor, has died at the age of 53. Keenan, who was currently serving as a columnist for the New York Post, died suddenly on Thursday, October 23 from a massive cerebral hemorrhage, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Keenan’s career in television news started in 1986 when she landed a job with …

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Cindy Adams Remembers Joan Rivers

Cindy Adams, of the New York Post’s Page Six, wrote and amazing piece about long-time friend Joan Rivers. The lovely words from a woman who knew Joan Rivers so intimately were a great comfort to a nation who is still mourning the loss of a national comedic treasure. Cindy Adams has seen Joan Rivers at her highest and at her …

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Cindy Adams Reveals Joan Rivers’ Final Days

Last week the world lost yet another legendary comedian. Joan Rivers died on September 4 following complications from vocal chord surgery. As expected, celebrities and comedians took to social media, giving their condolences and sharing their fondest memories of Rivers. The flood of grief was heartfelt, though impersonal and probably a bit more maudlin than Rivers would have wanted. However, …

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Jon Gruden Talks New York Giants Personnel Problems

In a conference call with reporters this past Tuesday to promote ESPN’s Monday Night Football opener, Jon Gruden talked at length about the Giants woes on offense, and in his mind, it’s about the personnel rather than the system. “I’m more concerned with the personnel right now and the question marks that they have on the offensive side of the …

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Lotto Winner Finds Ticket While Raking Leaves After Hurricane Sandy

Marvin Rosales Martinez’s year just got a lot better.Martinez recently told the New York Post how he became a lottery winner by accident.Martinez,a landscaper in Long Island,was picking up some leaves after Hurricane Sandy when he found a million-dollar lottery ticket.He told the Post that while picking up and blowing leaves with a co-worker,he noticed the ticket in-between the wet leaves.On …

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Man Pushed In Front Of Train; Pic Makes Cover Of Post

In tragic and horrifying news out of New York today, police are searching for a man who was caught on camera pushing a man to his death onto subway tracks. The incident occurred around 12:30 on Monday; the victim, 58-year old Ki Suk Han, fell onto the tracks and was unable to pull himself up before the train hit him. …

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New York Post Celebrates Super Bowl Win

What do you do when your team wins the Super Bowl? You would usually jump in a celebratory “hooray” and then go on with your business. The New York Post sees things differently. It wants the world to know that their city won the Super Bowl tonight. How did they do that? They covered their entire front page in New …

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Oodle Grabs New York Post Deal

The online classifieds at Rupert Murdoch’s Big Apple tabloid are getting a makeover, in an impressive little win for Oodle.

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NY Post: Buy Sites, Not AdWords

The New York Post’s been a bit down on giving Google money for paid search lately. It may not be surprising to you that the NYP might be a little one-sided on this issue, even unnecessarily snarky, but there is, at least, an interesting concept presented: buying sites with good natural rankings to avoid AdWords altogether.

Read More Suffering DNS Issue

Attempts to visit the New York Post’s website are being redirected to another domain,, and the Post’s technical company doesn’t want to talk about it.

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