The long, hard truth
By Ryan Weyls Charlie Sheen's "Violent Torpedo of Truth" show became such a violent barrage of heckling at Radio City Music Hall Friday that Sheen fled the stage barely an hour into his promised 90-minute set. That much was expected. But even more than what Sheen would talk about, the questi ... More >>
And it was a riot. I can't find a link, so I'll have to just relate the dizzying highlights to you. About Chris Brown's disastrous GMA interview, I said: "Well, I can understand getting mad when an interview doesn't go the way you expected. I mean, I thought we were going to talk about my ... More >>
Andrew Lloyd Webber sold $5.6 million worth of French wine at Sotheby's Hong Kong, including a 1982 case of Château Pétrus for $77,564. [Wall Street Journal] Emilio Estevez finds comfort and inspiration in his backyard vineyard, Casa Dumetz, where he often writes dialogue. [NY Times] Herb ... More >>
As we prepare for the eighth anniversary of 9/11, the horrible event is being put to strange uses. In Southern California, playwright Faye Hollins-Moore and composer Kent Horner are set to debut a 9/11 musical, Secrets in the Sand. Plot: a young American soldier debates re-enlisting. On the ... More >>
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