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  • Miss America contestant shows off her tattoos in swimsuit competition

    Miss America contestant shows off her tattoos in swimsuit competition
    On the 30th anniversary of what would become one of the the most landmark events to ever happen to Miss America, the Internet is buzzing again about one of its contestants. 30 years ago, Vanessa Williams became the first black woman to win the pageant,...
  • 'Today' show's Jenna Wolfe, Stephanie Gosk welcome a baby girl

    'Today' show's Jenna Wolfe, Stephanie Gosk welcome a baby girl
    NBC's Jenna Wolfe and Stephanie Gosk, who came out as an engaged couple when they announced in March that they were expecting, have welcomed a new baby girl. "Fell madly in love w Harper Estelle tonight," "Today" anchor Wolfe tweeted Wednesday night...
  • Dobby Gibson

     Dobby Gibson
    What do you think of when you think of Chicago? I think of that great, golden era in my 20s when I lived in Andersonville, on the North Side, in a dark garden apartment full of spiders that flooded whenever it rained. I had just published my first poem,...
  • Suzy Gershman dies at 64; breezy 'Born to Shop' series author

    Suzy Gershman dies at 64; breezy 'Born to Shop' series author
    In the mid-1980s Suzy Gershman was having lunch in Beverly Hills with three friends — all ladies who loved to shop — when she hatched the idea: She would write a shopping guide that would make her readers "feel as if we've met for lunch and I'...
  • Jerome Horwitz dies at 93; developed potent anti-AIDS drug AZT

    Jerome Horwitz dies at 93; developed potent anti-AIDS drug AZT
    Jerome Horwitz, a medical researcher at Wayne State University in Detroit, had spent more than a decade developing a drug he hoped would work against cancer. But the compound failed to help the lab mice he tested it on, so in 1970 he "dumped it on the...
  • Carol Burnett talks family, and belts out the Tarzan yell

    Carol Burnett talks family, and belts out the Tarzan yell
    On Saturday afternoon at the L.A. Times Festival of Books, I was sitting cheek-by-jowl with hundreds of sweaty book lovers in USC's Bovard Auditorium. But for a moment I could have been in a New Jersey living room in 1975, watching "The Carol Burnett...
  • Taylor Swift buys $4.9-million mansion near Kennedy love: reports

    Taylor Swift buys $4.9-million mansion near Kennedy love: reports
    Ah, young love. Taylor Swift revels in it, writes songs about it and, if the real estate rumor mill is to be believed, recently dropped $4.9 million on a Cape Cod mansion so she can be closer to it. Specifically, to Conor Kennedy, 18, the grandson of...
  • Blake Shelton Dishes on the Secret to his No-Secret Marriage

    Blake Shelton Dishes on the Secret to his No-Secret Marriage
    Blake Shelton brings his baby blues to the cover of the new issue of People magazine and inside opens up about how much he really trusts his wife Miranda Lambert. The country star and coach on The Voice tells the mag the secret to his marriage is... there...
  • Weekend Preview: Rocky Horror, Adam Lambert and Kinky

    Weekend Preview: Rocky Horror, Adam Lambert and Kinky
    Quick, what do a “Rocky Horror Picture Show” reunion, Adam Lambert and the Mexican electronica band Kinky have in common? CAN WE BE FRANK? If you are one of those people who struggle to understand the allure of “The Rocky Horror...
  • Emo Philips is still ... Emo

    Emo Philips is still ... Emo
    It may surprise those who remember Emo Philips from his white-hot 1980s days to learn that Downers Grove's favorite son is still performing stand-up comedy and, at 56, still doing it the same way: as a sort of querulous, bowl-cut man-child squeaking out...
  • Frank Bank dies at 71; played 'Lumpy' on 'Leave It to Beaver'

    Frank Bank dies at 71; played 'Lumpy' on 'Leave It to Beaver'
    Frank Bank, who as Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford served as the dim-witted foil to "Beaver" Cleaver and brother Wally on the classic TV comedy "Leave It to Beaver," died Saturday. He was 71. A spokesman for Hillside Memorial Park in Los Angeles confirmed...
  • Michelle Obama, daughters catch Beyonce while in town

    Michelle Obama, daughters catch Beyonce while in town
    First lady Michelle Obama, in town to spotlight school career programs, took a side trip with her daughters to a Beyonce concert at the United Center Wednesday night. A motorcade carrying Obama and her daughters, Sasha and Malia, was escorted into...