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Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga
The artist named Lady Gaga was born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta on March 28, 1986. Lady Gaga's debut album "The Fame" featured the hit singles "Just Dance" and "Poker Face."
The artist named Lady Gaga was born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta on March 28, 1986. Lady Gaga's debut album "The Fame" featured the hit singles "Just Dance" and "Poker Face." « Show less

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  • More memories of Joan Rivers...Broadway and charitable doings around town... 'Thoroughly Modern Millie' -- Thoroughly BAD movie!

    "Most of the media industry's problems can be boiled down to simple math -- or is it physics? Whichever it is, it's not good. "On one axis, we can plot the dynamic force of advertising rates, cratering toward ground level. On the other, we see the...
  • Notes and notables

    Olympic ideals Get out your crystal ball and give it a good, long gaze. Try to picture Washington, D.C., in the year 2024. It sounds like a long time from now, doesn't it? But it's only a decade away. You can do it. Picture Washington in the summer of...
  • 30 years of explaining things

    A columnist's job is "to explain things," the late, great Tribune columnist Mike Royko memorably declared. The past three decades — from the rise of AIDS, crack cocaine, Ronald Reagan and Madonna to the era of Ebola, medical marijuana, Barack...
  • Some VERY REAL facts about the new iPhone 6

    In case you’ve been too busy “working” or “living your life,” allow me to recap some of the exciting announcements from today’s Apple event in Cupertino, Calif. (If you’re reading this on an iPhone 5s or lower,...
  • 'Gone Girl' Rosamund Pike covers Glamour's October issue

    'Gone Girl' Rosamund Pike covers Glamour's October issue
    Rosamund Pike, soon to hit big screens in "Gone Girl" with Ben Affleck and Neil Patrick Harris, is on Glamour's October cover. Inside she talks about, among other things, filming with her co-stars, including doing a steamy sex scene with Harris and...
  • Reg Henry: Focus on fashion really wears on him

    In honor of Fashion Week, which as I write is underway in New York City, let me describe how I prepare in the morning for another busy day at the word factory. After the ritual ablutions the shower, shave and shampoo I stand about in a state of undress...
  • 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' is barely tolerable, thanks to style alone

    Watch "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" with the dialogue muted, and it would make as much sense as the film does with full sound. The best reason to see it is certainly the stunning, unique visual style created by comic book legend Frank Miller and maverick...
  • A bounty of fall sonics, from Swift to Prince

    A bounty of fall sonics, from Swift to Prince
    The fall always brings a windfall of new music, and this year is no exception. Albums are expected by everyone from Taylor Swift to Shellac, and Jason Aldean to Aphex Twin. Prince is back in a big way, and the dream team is at it again — who else...
  • Rethinking Joan Rivers: Female trailblazers don't have to be nice

    Rethinking Joan Rivers: Female trailblazers don't have to be nice
    The outpouring of appreciation for Joan Rivers' barrier-busting wit has me revisiting my conflicted emotions about the 81-year-old comedian, for whom no one and nothing was off limits. So much of her humor gave oxygen to a topic I wish we aimed a little...
  • Bethlehem man writes song that revives career of R&B star

    Bethlehem man writes song that revives career of R&B star
    Jim Carolan of Bethlehem has been involved in music most of his life, mostly as a performer in blues bands and a singer-songwriter and in a management/licensing capacity. So how did Carolan end up writing a song that reignited the career of R&B/pop/soul...
  • Ice bucket challenge rules the warm summer days

    I hope, dear reader, you are not shivering too violently as you try to read this newspaper, since it is quite likely you have just had a bucket of ice water dumped on your skull. I refer, of course, to the Ice Bucket Challenge, that fundraising stunt...