September 18, 2012 |
Jennifer Aniston continues to explore the magic of the Internet, this time with the help of some unborn triplets, a grown son in Jimmy Kimmel and even Ryan Seacrest. But let's start with Smartwater. Aniston is the face of the high-brow agua, and in a newly released viral clip for the product pokes fun at her frequent placement in celebrity tabloids. Faux security footage from inside Jen's home, aired on a fake magazine show hosted by Seacrest, depicted a number of wacky scenarios in the commercial (watch below)
September 1, 2012 |
Oh, brother. If you're seeing double or even triple when looking out on high school football fields this season, your eyesight isn't betraying you. There are teams loaded with twins, triplets and brothers galore. At Westlake Village Westlake, three starting defensive positions are filled by the Ray triplets - seniors Devin, Brennan and Dylan. Two other starting spots belong to the Rothschiller twins, Jake and Kyle. At Calabasas Viewpoint, five sets of brothers are in the football program.
July 25, 2012 |
After the coffee. Before seeing if I can get Michael Buffer to tape my voice mail message. The Skinny: Early this morning MGM made an SEC filing that lays the groundwork for taking the studio public. Keep visiting Company Town for updates. Other headlines include the cast of "Modern Family" playing hardball in contract negotiations, Warner Bros. wants "Hobbit" triplets and a look at all NBC has at stake with the upcoming Olympics. Daily Dose: When pay cable channel Epix announced a deal with Netflix in 2010, it was widely reported as lasting for five years.
January 19, 2012 |
In America, a family with eight children is the premise for a reality television show. In China, where most couples are allowed to have only one child, it's a national scandal. The revelation last month that a Chinese couple were the proud parents of two sets of triplets and one set of twins launched a round of soul-searching about how the super-rich circumvent the one-child policy. It is a tangled case involving a wealthy couple, two surrogate mothers, a gaggle of nannies and, to top it off, a team of government bureaucrats scrambling to figure out how they all came together.
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October 21, 2011 |
For years, the Walker triplets were a fixture in their father's Pasadena barbershop. Nicole, Aubrey and Charles worked at Just In Time Hair Trends every weekend. Sweeping up the floors, answering the phones, greeting customers, running the cash register. "If you're black and you got your haircut in Pasadena, you knew about the Walker triplets," said Renatta Cooper, president of the Board of Education for the Pasadena Unified School District. "Everyone took an interest in them.
March 29, 2011
Nearly five years ago, Abbie Dorn, a happily expectant mother, went into Cedars-Sinai Medical Center to give birth to triplets. The babies were born healthy, but a series of devastating medical errors left Dorn profoundly brain damaged. She lives on, semiconscious, a paraplegic unable to speak but capable of blinking, moving her head, smiling. She is ministered to with a fierce devotion by her mother and father in their home in South Carolina, aided by a retinue of caregivers financed by part of an $8-million malpractice settlement.