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March 26, 2010 | By Carol Wolper
There's no question about it: Chelsea Handler is smart and funny. But is that enough? "Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang," her latest collection of essays, follows the formula of her last two books -- zany, at times implausible, situations with a running commentary full of biting observations. We first encountered that formula five years ago, in "My Horizontal Life," when Handler took us on a spirited trip through her wild sexcapades. It didn't matter that most readers hadn't experienced anything close to the bizarre exploits Handler recounted: We could still relate.
February 28, 1994 | Associated Press
Chelsea Clinton turned 14 years old Sunday. Officials said several of her friends spent Saturday night at the White House. The teen-agers ate a birthday breakfast with the President, who went to church early Sunday and spent the day in the residence so he could be with Chelsea.
January 27, 1986 | Associated Press
Liverpool edged Chelsea, 2-1, Sunday and advanced to the fifth round of the English Football Assn. Soccer Cup. Goals by Ian Rush and Mark Lawrenson gave Liverpool a 2-0 lead by the 47th minute before David Speedie tallied for Chelsea in the 63rd minute. Chelsea, which is fourth in the English League First Division standings to Liverpool's third, was dealt a costly blow when its top scorer, Kerry Dixon, fell heavily early in the match and was removed on a stretcher with a groin injury.
July 25, 2005 | From Associated Press
Chelsea's Arjen Robben scored in the 13th minute to lead the English Premier League champions past AC Milan, 1-0, Sunday night in the first of a series of exhibition games in the United States. The teams played in front of 26,208 in Gillette Stadium. Italian powerhouse Milan will play the host Chicago Fire on Wednesday, and Chelsea will play D.C. United on Thursday in Washington.
February 7, 1999 | MIKE DOWNEY
A headline screamed, "LEAVE HER ALONE." It was the front page of the New York Post. I don't mean the headline was on the front page. I mean it was the front page. All of it. Except for a photo of President Clinton curling his arm around his curly-haired daughter, Chelsea. "LEAVE HER ALONE." I saw those capital letters and flinched. "Poor Chelsea," I thought. Somebody must have done something awful to her. Hassled her. Harassed her.
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