The price has been reduced again - to $4.85M. Looks like Mommy-to-be is not planning on raising her kid in NYC. She has been trying to get rid of the place for a year now. For pictures and more info check out the NY Daily News story.
Posts for April 25th 2005
Kevin's ex warns Britney
Shar explains to Britney that a kid is not like a dog. Thanks Shar, you are so helpful, maybe you should write a parenting book for us. You have like 5 kids already right?
The Today Show is sinking
Remember the days when NBC won everything.....not anymore. One example is the Today Show. This was one of NBC's golden ratings timeslots - now they are losing steam and have fired and hired new staff to change things up a bit. Oh by the way, they also bash Ms Katie Couric in the article as a diva.
Donatella Versace admits to 18 years of a coke addiction
"I had so much fun," she says. "I had the best time of my life. You just feel more awake, more aware." Great. Thanks for the warning about how bad drugs are for you.
George Lucas knows how much his fans love Star Wars. To help keep the stories alive after the final movie in May, he has approved 2 new series. One will be a 3-D animated show based on Clone Wars and the second show will be more of a live action series. Long live Chewbacca!
NY Times reported this weekend that Arianna Huffington, a columnist and onetime candidate for governor of California, is working on a new project to gather great minds to create an interactive blog with celebrities and powerful minds in politics, sports, entertainment and more. Some of her contributors include, Walter Cronkite, David Mamet, Nora Ephron, Warren Beatty, Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., Diane Keaton, and Norman Mailer. The site is called, The Huffington Postand it will launch in early May. Stay tuned - should be an exciting addition to the internet.
Jennifer Connelly and Kate Winslet in Little Children
Reuters reports that Connelly is currently in negotiations to join the cast of this movie about suburbanites and their relationship with children. I think we should start talking about Oscar now.