April 17, 2013 |
Could this BE any more absurd? The Internet seems to really want a "Friends" reunion (and, hey, we don't blame them. We want to know if Joey still loves jam these days just as much as the next person.) Rumors that NBC was launching a new season of "Friends" took grip of the World Wide Web earlier this week (yeah, we're not sure how either) -- and it tugged right at our Central Perk hearts. And while it would seem easy enough -- after all, Courtney Cox recently guest-starred on Matthew Perry's "Go On," and Matt LeBlanc will be appearing on Lisa Kudrow's "Web Therapy" -- that is where the fantasy stops.
June 13, 2012 |
Kids, in the summer of 2012, your Aunt Lily had a baby. Well, her real-life counterpart, Alyson Hannigan, and hubby Alexis Denisof had one, anyway. The "How I Met Your Mother" actress and her husband welcomed their baby girl, Keeva Jane Denisof, on May 23. "They are all doing well," Hannigan's representative told People magazine. Hannigan kept the birth under wraps for weeks, but Tuesday tweeted a photo of her new bundle of joy's fist, giving the Twittersphere its first glimpse of the child.
November 8, 2000
State of Confusion: "Kind of embarrassing, [but] at a recent campaign rally, Al Gore's daughter . . . mistakenly referred to Seattle as the capital of Washington. It's Olympia. . . . George W. Bush was all over this. He said, 'Even I'm not that bad with geometry.' " (Jay Leno) Unexpected Guest: "In Washington, D.C. . . . Secret Service agents had to tackle a man who jumped the security fence and tried to get into the White House. . . . Police have identified the man as Ralph Nader."
October 17, 2002 |
Diamonds are a girl's best friend. Especially when those girls are Jennifer Love Hewitt on the cover of Rolling Stone or the vamps from the hit cable show "Sex and the City." The diamonds those ladies wear were set by Mia & Lizzie, a duo who give kicky designs to precious gems. So, if you don't have a Harry Winston budget but still want to sparkle like a celeb, pencil Mia & Lizzie's first-ever sample sale into your calendar. Items normally priced at $500 to $8,000 will be offered at 50% off.
May 7, 1999 |
Brillstein-Grey Entertainment has ended its television production arrangement with Universal Studios Inc. and struck a new joint venture with Sony Corp.'s Columbia Tristar Television Group. Under the settlement with Universal, which bought 50% of Brillstein-Grey Entertainment in 1996 for $80 million, the Hollywood studio will retain control of three programs Brillstein-Grey has on the air: "NewsRadio," "Just Shoot Me" and "The Steve Harvey Show."
December 24, 1990 |
The second annual Palm Springs Film Festival, opening Jan. 8, will be highlighted by the showing of seven films that are the official entries of their countries for best foreign-language film in the upcoming Academy Awards competition. The five-day festival will present more than 70 features, including three world premieres and 43 U.S. premieres. The seven foreign-language film entries are: Carlos Saura's "Ay, Carmela!"