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  • Billy Davis and Marilyn McCoo head to Vegas!

    "SOMETIMES we are sitting around the house, and I'll say to Marilyn, 'You know, we need to get out more, see more people. Young people!" And she'll say, 'OK. Let's do that.' But, we never do! I guess we are pretty content with ourselves." THAT'S Billy...
  • 'Revenge pornography' made illegal in Britain

    Posting explicit images of former lovers online — so-called "revenge pornography" — has been made a crime in Britain. Queen Elizabeth II approved the new bill Thursday, a formality that is required before a bill endorsed by Parliament can...
  • Kendall Jenner steals spotlight at London shows

    Fashionistas struggled to stay dry and composed Sunday as driving wind and rain hit London Fashion Week, but the miserable weather wasn't the only thing that caused some to lose their cool. Reality TV star and model Kendall Jenner whipped up a mini storm...
  • African Americans were the first tour guides of Williamsburg area

    African Americans were the first tour guides of Williamsburg area
    Tourists in Williamsburg before the city's restoration was well underway were left on their own to wander about unescorted, except at Bruton Parish Church. There, they would be greeted by the African-American sexton. For nearly four decades, three men...
  • The forgotten prophetess

    The first domino -- Greece -- in the long row comprising the European Union is wobbling and about to fall, and could take the whole EU and its common currency, the euro, down with it someday. Maybe someday soon. The sweeping victory of an anti-euro party...
  • The Westminster Dog Show's bark doesn't deserve PETA's bite at Meet the Breed day

    The Westminster Dog Show's bark doesn't deserve PETA's bite at Meet the Breed day
    There are three things for sure in this world: death, taxes and that the sometimes-radical animal rights organization PETA will protest the Westminster Kennel Club (or just about any) Dog Show. For the last several years, People for the Ethical Treatment...
  • Helen Mirren returns to New York as queen of the subway

    Trust Helen Mirren to look regal while surrounded by rats, seat hogs and grime. The 69-year-old Oscar winner has been spotted riding the city's squalid subway system and offering a lesson in elegance along the way. She was photographed during one...
  • Prince Andrew of Britain publicly denies sexual abuse allegation

    Prince Andrew of Britain publicly denies sexual abuse allegation
    Britain’s Prince Andrew took the unprecedented step Thursday of publicly denying allegations that he had sex with an American woman when she was a teenager. Looking slightly nervous but saying he wanted to “go on the record,” the...
  • Queen Mary to open Ship Model Gallery, plans maritime museum

    Queen Mary to open Ship Model Gallery, plans maritime museum
    When the Queen Mary in Long Beach opens its new Ship Model Gallery on Thursday, look for a miniature Winston Churchill. The tiny former British prime minister appears with a top hat strolling on the deck of a 20-foot-long shipbuilder's model of the...
  • The return of Judith Regan! (New York shudders with delight and fear)

    "I WANT IT all and I would like it delivered," said that ever improving philosopher Bette Midler. And today I am going to give you another one -- "None of us know if we've bought our last brassiere," said Elaine Stritch shortly before she left the...
  • Check It Out: These teenage spies will steal your heart

    Surprisingly, the Newport Beach Public Library's young-adult collection has three different series about female, orphaned teen spies that take place in historic England. When I read "A Spy in the House" by Y.S. Lee, I was delighted and intrigued. In...