I was never big on Altoids — they’re a bit too chalky, a little too fresh, perhaps. But I would be chewing the hell out of those things if they made me $25,000 richer, as they did the four individuals (one of them a New Yorker) whom the New Museum has named the winners of Read More
The Arquette siblings are many things, but shy is not one of them. That hold especially true for colorful sister Alexis, whose cross-dressing fabulosity puts her back in the headlines from time to time. Now, it seems, she is even willing to spill the beans on 48-year-old sibling Rosanna’s rumored relationship with Paul Read More
Barbara Walter’s negative comments about Heather Mills on Monday’s The View took on some considerable weight today. In the episode, Ms. Walters called Paul McCartney’s ex-wife “so impossible” and “not a very nice woman.”
As it happens, Mr. McCartney’s new lover, Nancy Shevell, is Ms. Walters’ kin. Cousins, in fact. During the Read More
We checked in today with celebrity life coach Patrick Wanis, Ph.D., in order to hear his expert opinions on what Hollywood people should be doing with themselves right now.
Again this week in the romance department, rumors and announcements surrounding novel couplings have proven their power to flabbergast outsiders. Last time we checked in Read More
Heather Mills may want to just disappear sometimes, but one wouldn’t know it from her recent press march. Ms. Mills, 39, a onetime nude model and the erstwhile spouse of Paul McCartney, went on the Today show this morning with a bad case of logorrhea. (“I fell in love with a man, not Read More
WHICH TABLOID reported a false rental price for an ex-Beatle’s ex?
Today’s Page Six reports:
Heather Mills can thank her ultra-rich Hollywood pals for her quality time in the Hamptons this past weekend–she had the use of a stunning oceanfront home in Amagansett and didn’t pay a dime for it, Page Six has learned.
Forgive my uncharacteristically murderous mood, but I’ve just come from a new musical about a neurotic, woebegone girl from Buffalo who finds it very hard to give up smoking. Pardon me while I untangle my duct tape. Am I alone in thinking this isn’t the best choice Michael John LaChiusa could have made right now? Read More
The early commercial success of George Harrison’s latest and, I’ll presume, last album, Brainwashed (Capitol)-it debuted in the Billboard Top 20-may prove that even in the midst of widespread Eminemania and Avrilidolatry, an audience still exists for guitar-based pop in the hallowed 1960′s-70′s tradition.
Then again, it may only prove that nothing sells quite like Read More
It was an article of faith in my preadolescence that Ginger Baker, drummer, junkie and founder of the rock trio Cream would never outlive the 60′s (or the early 70′s at the outside). I met and interviewed him this past April, alive (though looking like one of those leering skeleton figures in a medieval woodcut), Read More