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Alyssa Milano

Alyssa Milano
Alyssa Milano turned childhood stardom into a lasting career. In the 1980s she played tomboy Samantha on TV's "Who's the Boss." Films such as "Poison Ivy II" sealed her sex symbol image. She returned to TV playing a witch in the Aaron Spelling series "Charmed" and had a recurring role on "My Name is Earl." Milano, who has dated Justin Timberlake, Barry Zito, and Carl Pavano, is engaged to agent David Bugliari.
Alyssa Milano turned childhood stardom into a lasting career. In the 1980s she played tomboy Samantha on TV's "Who's the Boss." Films such as "Poison Ivy II" sealed her sex symbol image. She returned to TV playing a witch in the Aaron Spelling series "Charmed" and had a recurring role on "My Name is Earl." Milano, who has dated Justin Timberlake, Barry Zito, and Carl Pavano, is engaged to agent David Bugliari. « Show less
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  • Crime & Punishment: Pep Rally Gone Wrong

    Crime & Punishment: Pep Rally Gone Wrong
    John Skok seemed poised to take a plea deal, accepting a year in jail for his part in a scheme that bilked a Montville woman out of her life savings, when the prosecutor brought the proceedings to a halt to accuse the defendant of being drunk in court. "It's been brought to my attention that you're under the influence," Assistant State's Attorney Lawrence Tytla said to Skok, 59, before the New London Superior Court. No word on how Tytla deduced this, but Skok (whose wife was already sentenced for the scheme) was given a breathalyzer test and it showed a blood-alcohol level twice the legal limit to drive. Tytla was worried the plea would be null if Skok entered it while intoxicated, but the judge reasoned that Skok, an alcoholic, "was able to function well while legally drunk" and thus could soundly weigh his legal options while sloshed, reports the Norwich Bulletin. He was taken into custody and allowed to take the plea at the next hearing.
  • The Stan Simpson Show: UConn Women, UConn UConn And MLB Spring Training

    Courant sportswriters John Altavilla and Dom Amore join Stan to talk about the UConn women and men's basketball teams. WTIC AM sportscaster Scott Gray gives a rundown of where the Yankees, Red Sox and Mets stand heading into spring training. For...

    Live Tweets From MLB's Spring Training

    Live Tweets From MLB's Spring Training
    Follow live updates from MLB's Spring Training with the Hartford Courant's baseball writer Dome Amore:

    White Sox trade Gordon Beckham to Angels

    White Sox trade Gordon Beckham to Angels
    NEW YORK — With a handful of infield prospects knocking at the door, Gordon Beckham had faced speculation since the start of the season that his White Sox tenure might be nearing an end. On Thursday, his departure became reality. The Sox...

    Orioles following in footsteps of Red Sox?

    The Sports Xchange By John Perrotto, The Sports Xchange Orioles following in footsteps of Red Sox? The Boston Red Sox proved last season that a team can win a World Series without anyone having a monster season. The Baltimore Orioles not only are...