Chris Noth blared back at a honking driver as he jaywalked - with son, Orion, in a stroller - across Third Ave., near Michael Sinensky's Village Pourhouse. - The A&E series based on Bernard Kerik's memoir, "The Lost Son," is dead, a network rep confirms.
The spokesman says the channel's execs passed on the project even before the former NYPD chief's arrest last week.
Adrian Grenier danced to the Afrobeat at the opening of "Fela"…
Oliver Stone loved Tommy Belesis' cameo as Shia La Beouf's boss in "Wall Street 2." Belesis, who by day is CEO of John Thomas Financial, also impressed Mayor Bloomberg, who congratulated the money man on becoming the Bronx Republican Party's Man of the Year at a Thursday fundraiser for Hizzoner.
Then again, Cara's Web site (carasantamaria.com) reveals she's also fond of piercing, fishnets and merry widows.
Bill confirms to us that he and Cara are serious but cautions, “Neither one of us believes in God or marriage, so I guess a big church wedding is out.” - Sean and Robin Wright Penn may have made up again, some friends believe.
Garcia and the real Saakashvili both schmoozed with business luminaries at the Silk Road Transatlantic gala opening of the Radisson Hotel in Tbilisi.
The guys toasted Hill's signing with Perrier at Mansion.
The pair did have lunch together recently with son Hopper.
But one pal doubts Robin, who plays an unappreciated wife in "I Love You, New York," will withdraw her latest divorce petition.
Joe Kernen, co-anchor of CNBC's "Squawk Box," just signed with William Morris Endeavor.
Ari Emanuel, John Rosen and Henry Reisch reeled in the "The Kahuna...
- Actresses are besotted by designer Georgina Chapman.