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  • Once they were all schleppers, now they're Miss Mazeppas -- stripping in the movies

    "YOUR GOAL was to be an actress, not a cheap stripper." "My sister is the actress, mother. And I'm not a 'cheap stripper.' I'm the highest paid in the business." "You won't be ready for vaudeville when it comes back." "Huh! No, I'll be dead!" So it...
  • War looms, and we dance on the precipice with Miley and the Kardashians

    "GOD CREATED war so that Americans would learn geography," said Mark Twain. IT'S DIFFICULT to write about silly popular culture when it seems we are on the verge of yet another war or "conflict" or "preventive" measure -- now in Syria. Well, there is...
  • Time to go Anthony Weiner

    Dear Anthony Weiner: Just go. Don't bother to explain. We've already heard enough. Just go. Don't write a book about it. No tree should die for that. Just go. Don't do a sit down with Oprah. She just had that couch cleaned. Just go. You want to...
  • Cher: She is 'Closer to the Truth' than ever!

    "I don't have a thing to wear. Don't drive up. I must see you see you! Love, Cher." This was the handwritten, personal invite from her to the celebratory party at TAO cafe on West 16th Street last week. It made me laugh because the last two lines are...
  • 'Running Wild' follows Dayton O. Hyde, cowboy conservationist

    'Running Wild' follows Dayton O. Hyde, cowboy conservationist
    Dayton O. Hyde is a cowboy Renaissance man. He's an award-winning author whose books, such as “One Summer in Montana," reflect his passion for the American West and its wildlife. Last year, Hyde, 88, published his first book of cowboy poetry,...
  • Want To Start A 'Neighbor Brigade' In CT?

    Want To Start A 'Neighbor Brigade' In CT?
    Quite awhile ago, I clipped an article out of People Magazine because I was intrigued by one of it's features in the "Heroes Among Us" section.  The story profiled the creator of a group called the Neighbor Brigade.  When Pam Washek was fighting cancer,...
  • State Officials Ignore Ethics Office At Their Peril

    Connecticut government officials often fail to seek ethics opinions in advance of doing something that lands them in hot water. Connecticut has an excellent Office of State Ethics to help officials deal with potential conflicts of interest, and to...
  • Foley: The Point Is Setting A Higher Ethical Bar

    Foley: The Point Is Setting A Higher Ethical Bar
    It appears I struck a nerve on WSFB's "Face the State" last week. If you missed the videotape, I was asked by host Dennis House to provide some examples of the Malloy administration's lax ethical practices, something I brought up during the Sept. 10...
  • 5/3/2013-Centerfold

    5/3/2013-Centerfold
    Why would People magazine pay for Gov. Malloy's trip to the White House Correspondents Dinner in the first place? I'm looking at past issues. Is his wife having a baby? Has he invented something that will make our lives easier? Is he getting a divorce?...
  • Shirley MacLaine's Daughter Sachi Parker Has Her Say

    Shirley MacLaine's Daughter Sachi Parker Has Her Say
    People would often come up to Sachi Parker to say she must be so lucky to have such a wonderful mother, Oscar-winning actress Shirley MacLaine. But they only know a part of the story. Like her outspoken movie star-author-activist mother famous for her...
  • 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...
  • Longtime political commentator Jack Germond dies at 85

    Longtime political commentator Jack Germond dies at 85
    Jack W. Germond, the portly, cantankerous columnist and pundit who covered 10 presidential elections and sparred with colleagues on TV's "The McLaughlin Group," has died. He was 85. Germond died Wednesday morning at his home in Charles Town, W.Va. of...