I don't know if it was the heat or humidity covering much of the East Coast, but last week the media continued its pursuit of stories that have little or no meaningful substance.
Lindsay Lohan's lovely courtroom manicure was applied with an airbrush by a salon professional and cost more than your car payment. But don't despair -- you can re-create her passive-aggressive nails at home.
The World Cup, in all its global glory, reminds us each day: say no to racism. This week, a movie icon reminds us that racism is up and running (off at the mouth) and very much alive.
If LL hasn't been using, what exactly is she being educated about and treated for?
My biggest fear for Lindsay is that the drugs get taken away immediately. This is a terrible and dangerous idea. She needs to be slowly and carefully weaned off of painkillers.
In my JDate profile, I give a fairly specific age range. But not like those people who join and say they're only looking for someone ages 25-26 (???) ...
The great myth in the rehab community is that you can go in for a month, or jail for 90 days, and come out clean and sober. Lindsay, Paris, Britney -- there are no short cuts.
Did you realize that Lindsay was such a victim of the American "injustice" system that she is practically a martyr?
Think about this for a moment. By going to jail and rehab Lohan might actually be happier and healthier than by being a celebrity who's free to walk the streets. Makes some of our own lives not seem so bad by comparison, huh?
Taking my kids to see her films, Lohan struck me as having tremendous talent. Yes, she's done a pretty fine job of pissing that talent away in recent years, but I'm still rooting for her comeback. So here's looking at you, kid -- and not just on TMZ.
Something about Fred Thompson's life mirrors the greatness of America -- how ordinary men and women answer the call to service. He was willing to serve, of course, but not obsessed by the need for power.
Lohan incurred the wrath of Judge Marsha Revel last month when she skipped a court appearance; she was partying in Cannes and claimed her passport had been stolen.
Although Lindsay didn't get jail time this time, when she got treated differently from everyone else, she also didn't get justice.
Let's have some fun examining celebrity women to see examples of just how influence can work.
If you're looking for a little tabloid attention, for TMZ and Perez Hilton to turn their gazes toward the South of France, then Mick and Lindsay certainly come in handy.
When I was visiting with my Dad some time ago, he asked me a simple question I couldn't answer...'Who are the Kardashians and why are we keeping up with them?'