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NASCAR driver Danica Patrick hasn’t been shy about shedding her fire suit to show some skin for sponsor GoDaddy.com and the “Sports Illustrated” swimsuit issue.
Bikini photos of her litter the Internet, and a new scantily clad pic she’s featured in will be making jaws drop for days to come.
Only thing is, she’s the one in blue jeans and a windbreaker.
The 30-year-old Patrick and...Read more »
Every now and then a celebrity of sorts turns up at the Americana Shopping Center in Manhasset – Sofia Vergara shopping for engagement rings at London Jewelers, Leonardo DiCaprio dining at Toku – but one of the last people you might expect to find there? Graham Nash, the legendary rocker from Crosby, Stills and Nash, who paid a visit to the uber-chic menswear boutique -- The Mens Market (at Hirshleifers)...Read more »
Oscars 2013: 'Argo' nabs best picture, Daniel Day-Lewis wins 3rd best actor, Jennifer Lawrence best actress
The 85th Academy Awards ceremony was one of the more compelling shows in recent memory thanks to a pretty even split among the nominees. There weren't any notable shutouts, and, with "Life of Pi" getting the most wins at four, there weren't any sweeps, either.
Scoll below for the live blogging as the drama unfolded.
12:02 a.m. Seth MacFarlane and Kristen Chenoweth take us out...Read more »
Because I'm just too impatient for Throwback Thursday, I'm deeming today "Throwback Tuesday," in honor of this YouTube gem: a really fabulous montage of stars who appeared on game shows before they were famous.
Who knew Sally Field was on "The Dating Game," or what "Sex & The City"'s Cynthia Nixon was like at eight years old? (Spoiler: She was pretty sassy.)...Read more »
On the prime-time soaps episode of PBS' “Pioneers of Television” series, Larry Hagman notes that he approached “Dallas” as a cartoon. The man did — and does, in the current season — play his J.R. as much for laughs as to move the plot. Hagman never takes himself too seriously, which allows the show to reflect societal flaws without being preachy. I find this more truthful than the more melancholic...Read more »
For those unsated by the 2011 trailer for Peter Jackson's forthcoming "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," good news: A new trailer was released Wednesday.
The 3-D film won't be in theaters until Dec. 14, but the trailer reaffirms that "The Hobbit" will look as gorgeous as its "Lord of the Rings" forebears.
Andrew Lesnie, who shot the "Rings" trilogy,...Read more »
With the majority of soaps, the viewer can see what's coming. And there's a comfort in that, like walking into a Target and knowing where the paper towels and toothpaste live. “Dallas” is certainly not exempt from this, but the first season concentrates more on established tropes than predictable story lines. We know the paper towels are there, but have no idea where they're stashed.
Rebecca...Read more »
Nice guys (and gals) don't always finish last.
Finishing first, though, sometimes requires letting some niceties go.
Look at Allyson Felix. Whoops. Make that Olympic Gold Medalist Allyson Felix, winner of today's 200-meter race.
The 26-year-old from Los Angeles got her first individual gold medal in dramatic, come-from-behind fashion to pass the field and hold off Jamaica's Shelly-Ann...Read more »
Death took many forms during the episode before the season finale, “Family Business,” from laugh-out-loud funny to metaphorical.
Tommy Sutter was responsible for the former, threatening his fake sister Rebecca with a bullet while twisting the head of a stuffed monkey she'd just gotten for her unborn twins. Whether that came from a moment of improvised genius or a scriptwriter with a good sense...Read more »