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December 13, 2006
Lindsay Lohan says she's been going to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings for a year, but hasn't talked about it because "it's no one's business." "I just left an AA meeting," People magazine quotes the 20-year-old actress on its Web site yesterday. "I haven't had a drink in seven days. Or anything," she says. "I'm not even legal to, so why would I? Her publicist, Leslie Sloane Zelnik, respond yesterday to a message from the Associated Press seeking comment. The king of New Orleans Sopranos' star James Gandolfini will reign as celebrity monarch Bacchus during the 2007 Carnival season.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2011
(Update : Looks like Michael Lohan doesn't have a place in Baltimore to promote "Celebrity Rehab 5" after all. Mosaic, where he had been scheduled to appear with Octomom Nadya Suleman abruptly canceled the event Tuesday, said spokesman and general manager Vincent Martinez. Goodlife Boys, which was promoting the event, also backed out Tuesday.) Michael Lohan will promote his stint on "Celebrity Rehab 5" with, what else, a party at a Baltimore club. Call it another success story for the addiction show and Dr. Drew Pinsky's counsel.  A rep for Lohan said the tabloid nuisance isn't actually in recovery because he didn't go on the show for alcohol or drug addiction treatment.
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By Janis Campbell | September 21, 1998
Lindsay Lohan says she's just a normal kid. But at 12, she has done some pretty exciting things.For starters, she played the starring roles (yes, two roles) in the movie "The Parent Trap."She plays Hallie and Annie, identical twins who were separated when they were babies because their parents got divorced. The girls don't know about each other until they meet at summer camp, where they cook up a plan to trade places and get their parents back together.Lindsay was picked from thousands of girls who tried out for the part.
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By Luke Broadwater | June 29, 2011
Just when it seemed that Lindsay Lohan (yes!) was entering a political debate (yes!) about the nation's economic policies (yes!) it turns out Lohan's new-found political views were just a paid advertisement (lowest of lows).  For those of you not obsessively monitoring Lohan's Twitter account (really, people, what else do you have to do while you're at work?) here's what went down:  On Monday, Lohan sent out this awesome anti-inflation tweet: "Have you guys seen food and gas prices lately?
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | May 12, 2006
Lindsay Lohan, despite all the tabloid troubles and rumors about self-abuse, remains a charming, vivacious and hard-to-resist screen presence. But Just My Luck suggests the bloom may be starting to come off the rose. Billed in some quarters as her first "grown-up" movie, Just My Luck is really nothing of the sort; it's just as juvenile as anything she's done previously. The only difference is that here, she gets to kiss a lot of guys. Here's hoping her oncoming "adult" persona constitutes more than that.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | May 11, 2007
Jane Fonda's last great performance - and one of the last before she retired - was as an alcoholic in Sidney Lumet's The Morning After in 1986. In Georgia Rule, the second movie in her highly dubious comeback, she does an about-face on her persona and her talent, playing a teetotaler and, what's worse, a pious bore. As Georgia, a righteous small-town matriarch, Fonda gets to embody clannish virtues already a feature of the next presidential campaign. Georgia Rule (Universal Pictures) Starring Jane Fonda, Lindsay Lohan, Felicity Huffman.
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June 30, 2007
Critic's Pick-- Lindsay Lohan (above) and Meryl Streep headline an all-star cast in Robert Altman's final film, A Prairie Home Companion (8 p.m., HBO).
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By Roger Moore | July 28, 2007
Any lingering doubts that Lindsay Lohan's judgment isn't all that it should be are answered with I Know Who Killed Me, forever hereafter known as the movie that came out the week her personal life may have hit rock bottom. It's an unintentionally hilarious disaster, a movie seemingly built on wickedly ironic prescience. What else would you call a film about a woman who loses a leg and is fitted with a rechargeable one that beeps, a movie starring an actress infamous for wearing (and ignoring)
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,Sun Movie Critic | November 23, 2006
Where were you on that terrible June night when Robert Kennedy was assassinated? More importantly, what did you think after you heard about it? Bobby is a lament of what might have been. It is not a history lesson; those looking to explore the events of June 5-6, 1968, should look elsewhere. It does not offer insight into the mind of his assassin, Sirhan Sirhan, or touch upon the myriad conspiracy theories that since have arisen. It does not delve into RFK the man, or look at the political climate or examine the times in which he lived.
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By NEWSDAY | February 20, 2004
Lola has been yanked out of her beloved city home by her divorcee mom (Glenne Headly) to live in a suburb with little to challenge the emotive talents of a girl (Lindsay Lohan) who has probably seen Liza Minnelli do Sally Bowles more than is healthy for someone her age. As a result, she makes up tragic tall tales about her absent father and shows up at school in eccentric getups that say, "Look at me." Carla, the high school's self-anointed It girl (Megan Fox), doesn't stand a chance against this Broadway baby when auditions roll around for the school play, an updated rock version of Pygmalion.
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By From Sun news services | October 24, 2008
Lindsay Lohan to have less exposure on ABC comedy 'Ugly Betty' Lindsay Lohan's guest-starring stint on Ugly Betty has been trimmed from six episodes to four. Everyone seems to agree on that. But then things get murky. The folks at Ugly Betty say Lohan was a diva on the set and clashed with America Ferrera, the show's star. A Lohan defender tells the New York Post's Page Six that Lohan was embarrassed in a rehearsal when Ferrera, as Betty, pulled Lohan's pants down - something the Mean Girls star didn't think was going to happen in rehearsal.
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By Kate Aurthur and Kate Aurthur,LOS ANGELES TIMES | July 21, 2008
HOLLYWOOD - During her 10 years as a famous person, Lindsay Lohan has worn a dizzying number of public masks. She began as a Disney tween queen and a box-office lure. That unraveled soon enough, as she became another wounded, doomed celebrity girl careening through the tabloid world: Lohan the despondent daughter of reckless parents, the on-the-set monster destroying her career and holding up expensive productions, the luckless dater whose boyfriends and hookups trash-talked her and did her no good, the cocaine-and-alcohol-fueled road menace who seemed rehab-resistant.
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By MICHAEL DRESSER | December 24, 2007
Restaurants have been good to us over the years. They've provided a setting for our magical moments - from first dates to proposals. They've acted as hosts for our anniversaries and rehearsal dinners. And the lamb chops have been tasty, too. In the spirit of this celebratory but perilous season, when highway carnage inevitably spikes, it's time to give back. So I'd like to present the restaurant industry - especially those upper-tier eateries that ply us with fine food and wine - with a gift-wrapped idea.
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October 16, 2007
After spending the summer in rehab, Linday Lohan is back in Los Angeles to shoot a movie, according to People magazine's Web site. The onetime party girl, 21, arrived over the weekend and had a low-key evening with friends Sunday, seeing the movie Elizabeth: The Golden Age and visiting a tanning salon. Lohan was due this week on the set of Dare to Love Me, the film for which she was preparing in July when she was arrested for drunken driving. Lohan's mother, Dina, says her daughter is eager to get back to work.
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By Roger Moore | July 28, 2007
Any lingering doubts that Lindsay Lohan's judgment isn't all that it should be are answered with I Know Who Killed Me, forever hereafter known as the movie that came out the week her personal life may have hit rock bottom. It's an unintentionally hilarious disaster, a movie seemingly built on wickedly ironic prescience. What else would you call a film about a woman who loses a leg and is fitted with a rechargeable one that beeps, a movie starring an actress infamous for wearing (and ignoring)
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June 30, 2007
Critic's Pick-- Lindsay Lohan (above) and Meryl Streep headline an all-star cast in Robert Altman's final film, A Prairie Home Companion (8 p.m., HBO).
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By ORLANDO SENTINEL | May 12, 2006
JUST MY LUCK Rating -- PG-13 for some brief sexual references. What it's about -- Lucky New York PR person loses her luck with a kiss, and tries to find the guy who stole her good fortune. The Kid Attractor Factor -- Lindsay Lohan chasing Chris Pine around New York. Good lessons/bad lessons -- Making out with a stranger is unlucky. And lucky girls may need to lose that luck to appreciate what they have. Violence -- A few socks in the mouth. In jail. Language -- More profanity than is necessary.
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May 31, 2005
In the News Lindsay Lohan's father is sentenced to prison Teenage actress Lindsay Lohan's father was sentenced Friday to up to four years in prison on guilty pleas to a variety of crimes, including driving while impaired and attempted assault, a prosecutor said. Michael Lohan, 45, was sentenced to 1 1/3 to four years for a series of incidents stretching over a year, Nassau County, N.Y., prosecutor Joy Watson said. The latest occurred in February, when he was charged with drunken driving after running his car into a utility pole on Long Island.
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By Michael Sragow and Chris Kaltenbach | May 26, 2007
Away From Her What It's About -- As his wife's Alzheimer's worsens, a husband struggles over just how hard he should fight to retain the life they once had. Rated -- PG-13 The Scoop -- Julie Christie and Gordon Pinsent are wonderful in this quiet, contemplative study of love and loss. Grade -- B+ Black Book What it's about -- A Jewish woman living in the Netherlands during World War II uses her wits and her wiles to stay alive. Rated -- R The scoop -- Dutch actress Carice van Houten gives an award-worthy performance in this relentless and relentlessly entertaining film from director Paul Verhoeven.
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