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  • Sign here if you don't want to see Marshawn Lynch grab his crotch

    Sign here if you don't want to see Marshawn Lynch grab his crotch
    Today is Super Bowl Media Day, and I hope somebody asks Marshawn Lynch a very simple question.
  • Stan Irwin, celebrity manager and Las Vegas talent booker, dies at 94

    Stan Irwin, celebrity manager and Las Vegas talent booker, dies at 94
    When Stan Irwin was a struggling young comedian in New York, someone told him he should try out his act in Las Vegas. "Where's that?" Irwin replied. No matter: He signed on for an 11-day gig at a place called Club Bingo and stayed in town for...

    Defending Justin Bieber?! ... More platinum 'Buttah' for Barbra

    "THE STREETS of American cities are haunted by the ghosts of bookstores and record stores which have been destroyed by the greatest thugs in the history of the culture industry. Writers hover between a decent poverty and an indecent one; they are expected...

    Billy Joel's solid pop built to last

    Billy Joel's solid pop built to last
    Like a lot of rock stars of the 1970s, Billy Joel has lost some hair and perhaps added a few inches to his waistline. "I'm Billy's dad," the singer joked in the opening moments of a 2007 concert at the old Amway Arena. "Billy will be out in a little...

    Straw-up-the-nose illustrated need for humor in life of pharmaceutical saleswoman

    Straw-up-the-nose illustrated need for humor in life of pharmaceutical saleswoman
    Name: Kathy Ghearing Age: 67. Family: Husband Mel, two children and two grandchildren. Where do you live? Mount Dora permanently for four years. We've had a home down here for the past 14 years — we were snowbirds, somewhat. We'd come down...