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Sylvia's Engagement Update   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, November 09, 2004 - 06:40 PM
Posted by: kbade

Claude Pate

We now have some info about Sylvia's lucky fiancee. He's 32 years old and, like Sylvia, previously married. Indeed, marriage will make Sylvia a step-mom to a four year old daughter!

The couple met during Sylvia's six-week sabbatical from work, at B.B. King's Blues Club in Memphis, which is located right o­n Beale Street.

When might the ceremony take place? The current thinking seems to center around late 2006, perhaps o­n the anniversary of their first meeting [and the women all say "awwww..."]. That's plenty of time to save up for a wedding gift. I wonder whether a couple can register here... or even here?

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Tuesday, November 09, 2004 - 06:19 PM
Posted by: kbade


OKAY, SO LANCE TOOK ONE OF MY BAD JOKES AND RAN WITH IT... Guess I'll have to find a picture of myself where I look less like a shrimpy Scientologist... or should I just claim I look much better without the eyeglasses?

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PROFESSORS DAN DREZNER AND HARRY FARRELL study the impact of blogs on politics and policy around the world.

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HALO 2 will have first-day sales of about $75 million, "graphic testimony that the billion U.S. video game industry outsells the domestic movie box office..."


LILEKS shares my view of Steely Dan.

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MY LAW SCHOOL CLASSMATE TIM KNIGHT continues to clean house at Newsday.

LOU REED, the shins,The Flaming Lips and more on the Queen Mary. But the quintet that used to play The Love Boat would still sound like more musicians.

'TIS THE SEASON for Turkey and Gravy soda!

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Tuesday, November 09, 2004 - 03:52 AM
Posted by: kbade


THE INCREDIBLES and Robyn Hitchcock are up in the Reviews section...

IS AGENT MULDER ON THE PHONE? Somebody get Agent Mulder on the phone!

HARVARD UNIVERSITY: A JFK School of Government researcher casts doubt on the belief that terrorism stems from poverty, finding instead that terrorist violence is related to a nation's level of political freedom.

TARA REID suffers a wardrobe malfunction. There's even video. Not ot be outdone, Paris Hilton has a Basic Instinct moment.

BBC 4 is not only going to be showing decomposing corpses, but also couples having sex "while presenter Tracey Cox advises on their performance." Think the name helped Tracey land that gig?

VIRGINIA POSTREL plugs Steve's America: A Celebration of Steves. Sounds like the perfect holiday gift for the Steves in your family!

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Friday, November 05, 2004 - 06:28 AM
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YOU CAN EXPECT REVIEWS of Robyn Hitchcock in concert and The Incredibles to be up some time over the weekend...

COMEDY CENTRAL plans a weeknight series mocking "infotainment shows such as Entertainment Tonight and Access Hollywood and their fawning footage of celebrities, as well as the stars themselves. Oh, now I get it... those shows are serious...

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER deadpans about an "original comedic film" entitled Blended. At least ABC Family got a couple who haven't worked since Melrose Place to star in it.

REALITY TV doesn't get any more real than this.

TV CRITIC Kay McFadden suggests ways to improve election coverage, suggesting that journalists "get religion."

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Wednesday, November 03, 2004 - 05:22 PM
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WILCO had a series of five cool tour posters created by The Heads of State.

BUBBA THE LOVE SPONGE loses race for Pinellas County Sheriff.

FRANCE tougher than U.S. on terror suspects... in France.

PIRATE RAID on Governors Island foiled by Harbor Patrol, Coast Guard.

QOTD: "Critics are our friends, they tell us our faults." -- Benjamin Franklin.

JAMES LILEKS showcases his new book, Interior Desecrations: Horrible Homes From the Brass Age of American Design. Look and Laugh.

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MARION BARRY, former crack-smoking D.C. Mayor, wins a seat on the City Council in the District. That may be bad news for the Baseball Club Formerly Known As The Expos.

EMINEM denies lip-syncing on SNL, but his rep admits there was a recorded vocal track for Em to double. That was also one of Aslee Simpson's excuses.

THE PRESSURE IS ON THE INCREDIBLES and director Brad Bird to match the success of prior Pixar pic Finding Nemo. Though Bird's first movie, The Iron Giant, was more successful with critics than with the box office, but what you need to know is that Bird is the soul of Krusty the Clown and Sideshow Bob.

LOW CULTURE has some ideas for The Who.

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