With a bit of London.
Alright, alright, this short video isn't funny, but it's pretty damn cool, and kinda beautiful, so come on LG-ers, take a deep breath and absorb some high[er] culture with us! Renown filmmaker Phillip Stockton set up a camera in chosen spots in New York City throughout the day and the night (time lapse style) then wove the footage together in a way that shows both times of the day (or night) at once. Confused? Just watch!
Paris side-swiped some garbage cans at the end of her driveway, giving her brand-new $400,000 Bentley a few scratched and a mean dent. Let's see how the heiress reacts!
David Letterman sat down with Paris Hilton and asked her about the only thing he finds interesting in her career, jail time. The results are awkward and priceless.
We are not quite sure what this is, but its somewhat cute and incapable of running away. The excellent pet for your favorite Socialite.
Mel faces Jail, New York faces heat, and Paris faces the press (and looks dumb). Philip Norris has the latest, and doesn’t have sex with boys!
"Synthetic Coke" was a vial of fake cocaine that was once available in "adult" stores. Here's a commercial for it from New York. Party!
Meet Ashley Youmans, the girl who cost New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer his job and $3000, not quite the happy ending he was hoping for.
One day you're with Joe Francis on a bus, the next you're getting paid to blow the Governor of New York, it's a slippery slope.
The year is 2040 and most of New York has been over run by a smelly gang of trailer trash bandits led by Kevin Federline. Only one man can stop him. His friends call him – TRUMPBOT!
Robbers On High Street have been kicking around the New York rock scene for a number of years now, but if you ask us they’re going to be a household name after the release of their latest record, Grand Animals, due out on July 24th. So yeah this is a sneak peek into what the album has in store, and you heard it at Live at LG first!
This is the raw footage of the New Orleans police beating. It's longer, funnier and bloodier than the original!
This week a new face is added to the LG news crew. Lou Berk, our crotchety newsman, speaks with Paris Hilton live from her Five Star Jail Cell.
An average of 11 people per theater when to see Paris' new movie this weekend. Those people were tricked by her Oompa Loompa PR man.
It's an annoying fact of life that most New Yorkers face; despite laws to the contrary, some New York cabbies just refuse to take you to your destination if it is not convenient to them. This age old dispute, along with the inebriated state of the fare, is allegedly what started this confrontation. What makes this showdown stand out from the many clashes that take place between cabbies and their passengers everyday, besides the fact that it got physical, is the sheer obstinance of both parties. The passenger just keeps getting back in the cab and cabbie just keeps on tossing! Props to the lady sweeping the side walk for being completely un-phased in true New Yorker fashion.