October 10, 2006
--The two-year feud between former best friends Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie appears to be over. The Simple Life stars were spotted dining together on Caesar salads and penne pasta at the West Hollywood restaurant Dan Tana's on Sunday night. "They looked like best friends to me," a fellow diner said. "It seemed as if they had never gotten into a fight. They were laughing really loud and seemed more than happy to be together. There wasn't a slow moment in their conversation they chatted non-stop. They left hand-in-hand, smiling."
--The church where Adrienne Curry and Christopher Knight were wed burned to the ground.
--Tim Allen married his girlfriend of five years, actress Jane Hajduk, on Saturday in Colorado.
--The Kennedy family has given its approval to the upcoming Robert F. Kennedy biopic Bobby written and directed by Emilio Estevez. The film revisits the night Kennedy was assassinated at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles in 1968. Kennedy's widow Ethel says, "Our family is grateful to Emilio Estevez and the extraordinary cast of Bobby for remembering Robert Kennedy's life and his commitment to social justice, peace and equality. Hopefully the film will inspire a new generation to make gentle the life of the world." The movie opens on limited release in the US on November 17 and nationwide on November 23.
--Barbra Streisand played musical hotels over the weekend. Streisand stormed out of the Carlyle, where she was dissatisfied with her luxury suite, and moved to another posh inn.
--Candace Bushnell's (author of Sex and the City) has a new Sirius Satellite radio show that launches today at 5 p.m. and will feature Cynthia Rowley and Page Six's Paula Froelich.
--Blame Billy Bush for Eva's bruised ribs.
-- U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar and other speakers touted the legacy of Indianapolis Public Schools yesterday at the district's first hall of fame induction luncheon. Lugar said his time in IPS schools shaped him in many ways that help him serve in public office. The initial class of inductees are Sen. Maria Cantwell, Rep. Julia Carson, actress Vivica A. Fox (who was late because she boarded the wrong plane...genius!), businessman Eugene Glick, the Rev. Jeffrey Johnson of Eastern Star Church, late-night host David Letterman, Lugar, former basketball star George McGinness, former IPS administrator Alexander Moore, former basketball standout Oscar Robertson, record executive Max Siegel and author Kurt Vonnegut Jr. (Thanks for the tip, Aaron).
--"I've got so much saggy skin on my stomach." "I might fit into jeans but, trust me, I look really awful naked." --Victoria Beckham (who's feeling sorry for her???)
--It wasn't ecstasy! It was my vitamin B supplement! Sure, Jimmy...
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