HOME & GARDEN
April 28, 2010 |
Former Vice President Al Gore and his wife, Tipper, have added a Montecito-area property to their real estate holdings, reports the Montecito Journal. The couple spent $8,875,000 on an ocean-view villa on 1.5 acres with a swimming pool, spa and fountains, a real estate source familiar with the deal confirms. The Italian-style house has six fireplaces, five bedrooms and nine bathrooms. firstname.lastname@example.org
HOME & GARDEN
June 22, 2006 |
THE evening reception at the Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams store on 3rd Street in L.A. was so packed, it was difficult to cut through the crowd, let alone see the exhibition that had brought them all together: a viewing of Tipper Gore's photography, for sale. "You know, her husband is here," one guest whispered. And indeed, the former vice president was in the upper gallery, posing for pictures and shaking hands.
May 14, 2006 |
WHEN Al Gore lost the presidency in a disputed election, it hurt -- more than he ever was willing to show, more perhaps than he could show. He told his friends and supporters that it was "liberating" to be out of politics. Privately, he expressed his feelings sparingly: "It was a difficult blow ... " It was his wife, Tipper, who suggested a palliative. Dig out the old slide show, she told him, and get back on the road.
November 22, 2002 |
The light was beginning to wane in the Century Plaza Hotel late Tuesday afternoon, and Al and Tipper Gore, the ex-vice president and presidential candidate and his always-present wife, were late. Late for everything. Their plane from New York had been delayed, and in half an hour they had to be in a CNN studio with Larry King, across town, to plug their new book.
October 3, 2002 |
Delivering his second sharp criticism of the White House in 10 days, Al Gore said Wednesday that President Bush's economic policy was built on "Enron accounting," and he called for a reassessment of the administration's economic blueprint.
March 19, 2002 |
Al Gore whisked off his whiskers to show support for his wife's possible Senate bid, he told his students at Fisk University in Tennessee. The 2000 Democratic presidential nominee grew the beard after losing to George W. Bush. He shaved early Sunday, associates said, before wife Tipper decided not to run for the seat being vacated by Republican Fred Thompson. She called his sacrifice "really cute."