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  • Palin closely guarded her public image, emails show

    Palin closely guarded her public image, emails show
    On a Saturday in July 2008, a letter to the editor on page B5 of the Anchorage Daily News caught Sarah Palin's eye. The writer, Judy Spry, complained that the governor "didn't even take the time to stop by" the annual Miss Alaska pageant held earlier in...
  • Boutique beauty products: These days a wider selection is available online

    Boutique beauty products: These days a wider selection is available online
    Beauty lovers, there's a whole world out there of websites brimming with pretty little pots, palettes, creams and bottles of fragrant concoctions. Sure, the mega-beauty websites – Sephora.com, Beauty.com, Ulta.com — have a wealth of products...
  • 'The Event' recap: All interdimensional wormholes lead to Arizona

     
    "The Event" is the "Super Soul Hits of the '70s" of serialized TV dramas. You know what I'm talking about, right? Think about when you're in Target or Wal-Mart, and you're walking along, and you see one of those displays......
  • Irrational nuclear fears lead to potassium iodide shortages in U.S.

    There is great fear in the world today about Japanese nuclear reactors exploding in a Chernobyl-level disaster. Citizens in Japan are scrambling to get ahold of potassium iodide, which can protect against radiation poisoning of the thyroid gland.  Here'...
  • Sarah Palin's hair gets own TV show

    Sarah Palin's hair gets own TV show
    Is there no end to the media's fascination with Sarah Palin?  She's not running for president, resigned from her last elected office and, increasingly, is only famous for, well, being famous.  But that doesn't stop us from watching. Palin's already...
  • Thursday morning talkers: Pressure builds on Weiner to resign

    On weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation. Articles  • His constituents still like...
  • 'Dr. Strangegov'? Twitter users suggest alternative names for Palin's movie

    'Dr. Strangegov'? Twitter users suggest alternative names for Palin's movie
    Today's news that a pro-Sarah Palin documentary will debut in June has the political world buzzing about a potential presidential run for the former governor of Alaska. The $1 million film, titled "The Undefeated," paints Palin as an "inspirational...
  • Sarah Palin abandons bus tour -- halfway through

    Sarah Palin abandons bus tour -- halfway through
    Sarah Palin has a habit of doing these kind of things, doesn't she?  Less than a month after she embarked on her touted nationwide tour of historical sites across America, Palin never seems to have gotten much farther than the East Coast.  In fact,...
  • Neil Young, 'Le Noise' and the threat of creativity

     
    During my recent interview with Neil Young and Daniel Lanois about their collaborative new album, “Le Noise,” I asked Young about one of the thematic threads running through several songs. My question had to do with songs that address opposing......
  • Levi Johnston assaulted with large words during interview

     
    The Ministry will now publicize the new MSNBC show "The Last Word" -- publicity being the most sensible reason host Lawrence O'Donnell would ask Levi Johnston the same questions Katie Couric famously tossed Sarah Palin's way when the former Alaska...
  • Several Senate races tighten; write-in Lisa Murkowski closes on Republican Joe Miller [Update]

     
    New polls show race snapshots as early voting begins in many states as soon as next week....