This child actor, seen here, made a name for himself in 1993 while portraying Dennis The Mennis in a hit movie featuring the late Walter Matthau. It appears he is still up to his usual shenanigans while riding the 4/5 train downtown!
Yes, Ben Shalom Bernanke is his full name. Don't believe me? Look it up on Wikipedia. Anyways, this is the "Fed Head" himeself, just chillin' and checkin' out some new books at Barnes & Noble. What are you reading, Ben? A book on finance or the economy!? LOL..probably..
In what might end up being the least accurate celebrity sighting in this blog, here is Bradley Whitford - star of the West Wing and the antagonist in the 1995 hit comedy movie Billy Madison!
Whichever individual it is - Ron or Stan, if there is a difference between them anyways - he seems to be enjoying a nice read! Maybe he's reading up on basketball strategies..or maybe about something naughty! LOL. (Photo courtesy of Mr. Patrick Nguyen)
A.K.A. Agnesë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu (her birthname, duh!), just walkin' down 2nd Avenue in Manhattan. Looks like she's taking a break from traveling to assist and minister to the hungry in Ethiopia, radiation victims at Chernobyl, and earthquake victims in Armenia. Well..I guess I'll let this little break from charitable work slide! Ha ha ha.
Isaac Hayes, strolling through Bryant Park.
I just read on Wikipedia that he allegedly passed away August 10, 2008. This photograph just goes to show how Wikipedia is an unreliable source of information and should not be cited as a source in college research papers.
Carmelo Anthony - one of my favorite basketball players and alumnus of Syracuse University - riding the subway in NYC. I guess it is true what they say about the NBA offseason: It's a good time to ride the trains in New York.
Also, 'Melo appeared a lot more Hispanic in person. Anyways, get ready for the '09'-'10 season, 'Melo!
Okay, okay - wait just a minute. I know what you're thinking: "That doesn't look like B.O.!" You have a point. But it's because he was trying to mask his identity. The hat pulled down over his face, the dark clothing. I mean, if I were the President of the United States and I was in a bodega just chilling, I'd want to conceal my identity as well.